A touring 90s festival, billed as the biggest event of its kind in the UK, is heading to Norwich for the first time.

Save the Rave will be in Earlham Park on Saturday, August 3 2024 and the all-day outdoor music festival will run from 12noon until 10pm.

The event is for over 18s only and there will be a "huge line-up", which is yet to be announced.

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Attendees can also expect pop-up gin and prosecco bars, street food trucks and plenty of 90s anthems.

A spokesman for Save the Rave said: "Remember when rhythm was a dancer and groove was in the heart? When tie-dye and centre partings were acceptable? It was when the Ibiza scene exploded.

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"The decade's biggest floor fillers include tracks from Fatboy Slim, Ultra Nate, Faithless, Baby D, Livin’ Joy, The Chemical Brothers and lots more." 

Book tickets to the event at linktr.ee/savetheravefestival

The Look-A-Like Festival with tribute acts is also planned for Sunday, August 4, which is family-friendly and runs from 12noon until 10pm, with tickets available on Skiddle.