Reepham Festival has paired up with Norfolk's Break Charity.

The partnership means that the main stage at RFestival 24 will be named The Break Stage, and as the principal charity partner of the festival, Break will not only be there on the day, but will receive a donation from the festival's charity fund.

The organising body behind festival is a community interest company with charitable objectives, run entirely by volunteers.

The money left over from the festival will go towards supporting charities and good causes in the community.

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Festival director, Tom Crisp said: “We’re thrilled to have formed this partnership with one of Norfolk’s foremost charities.

"Break’s work with young people is hugely important and we are proud to name our main stage The Break Stage."

Break Charity works to improve lives of young people in care, nearing care, and out of care.

Break Charity recently revealed that its next fundraising sculpture trail in Norwich will involve the 'Big Five', forming a GoGoSafari Trail in summer 2025. The charity hopes the festival will provide a chance to promote both its work and the trail.

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Break fundraising manager, Sarah Bunn, said: "The festival is a wonderful family event and aligns with Break’s ethos as a charity supporting young people in and leaving care, being a family to support them when they need it, for as long as they need it."

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On August 10 there will be two stages showcasing live music for nine hours. August 11 will see an additional five hours of music at the Kings Arms public house in Reepham Market Place.

On August 10, headliners The Hoosiers are set to close the day on The Break Stage.

Tickets, available to purchase on the festival's website, cost £40 per adult, with U16s tickets at £1.