Looking for something to do this weekend? Tickets still available for Norfolk’s Symmetry festival
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Symmetry Festival, an annual independent music and arts festival, kicks off today and will see Sennowe Park in Guist transformed into a haven for artists and music lovers alike over the weekend.
Covering a variety of styles and genres, the Symmetry Festival features a mixture of well known artists and local talent performing across six different stages.
Headline acts for 2016 include drum and bass duos Ed Rush and Optical and Mind Vortex as well as DJ Dillinja, comedic rap group Goldie Lookin Chain and Ska/Dub group The Sporadics.
As well as live music and DJ sessions, there will be many other activities and events taking place over the weekend, including a series of workshops, live art displays, table tennis, circus skills, arts and crafts, archery and cinema.
A range of amenities will also be available at the festival, including a convenience store, cash machines, showers, first aid, an information centre and a welfare centre.
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Festival goers have several accommodation options to choose from, with luxury green yurts on offer, as well as new recyclable cardboard tents for which prices start at £34.99.
Tickets for the event are still available and can be purchased online at the festival website or direct from Soundclash Records on St Benedicts Street in Norwich.
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