Love Island winner Kem Cetinay set to join best mate Chris Hughes at Truckfest East 2017

Love Island winner Kem Cetinay is coming to Norwich for Truckfest East. Picture: ITV Picture Desk

Love Island winner Kem Cetinay is coming to Norwich for Truckfest East. Picture: ITV Picture Desk - Credit: Archant

The hit reality show may be over - but fans can still get their Love Island fix at Truckfest East as organisers confirm winner Kem will join co-stars Chris Hughes, Dom Lever and Jess Shears.

Fresh from his victory on the ITV2 show with partner Amber Davies, Romford hairdresser Kem Cetinay is set to be one of the highlights at the Norfolk Showground event on August 19 to August 20.

MORE: Meet Love Island stars Chris Hughes, Dom Lever and Jessica Shears at Truckfest East 2017Whilst couple Dom and Jess will appear for the whole weekend, Chris and Kem will be appearing on the Sunday and will meet and greet fans in the main arena.

Kem's most memorable moments on the show include his bromance with Love Island bezzie Chris Hughes, romance with Amber and rapping with fellow islander and former Blazin' Squad member Marcel Somerville.

MORE: Chris Hughes from Love Island to appear at Norwich club following end of hit ITV2 seriesEvent director Colin Ward said: 'What a scoop this is for Truckfest!' Norwich visitors will have the chance to see and meet the fab four from the record breaking hit TV series.'

MORE: Calling all Love Island fans! Kem is coming to Norwich

Truckfest will also feature the stars of Ice Road Truckers Lisa Kelly and Todd Dewey as commentators, word-renowned stunt driver Terry Grant and loads of activities for the kids with children's TV characters Paw Patrol, Transformers and Star Wars making appearances all weekend.

Tickets can be pre -booked by e- tickets online with early bird prices available.

Ticket prices are £14 for an adult, children's tickets (for ages five to 15) are £6, family tickets are £35 (two adults & two children) and under-fives go free!


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Parking is free and available on site with disabled parking allocated to customers with a blue sign.

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