The Festival Too bus hits the road

Chairman Bridget Nurse with the Festival Too branded bus in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

Chairman Bridget Nurse with the Festival Too branded bus in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

A bus promoting this weekend's Festival Too line-up has hit the road in King's Lynn, ahead of performances by singer Gabrielle and 90s indie band The Wonder Stuff.

The Tuesday Market Place was filled with 13,000 fans of current pop band The Vamps – and organisers are expecting the town to be busy again at the festival's final weekend of free live music.

The Wonder Stuff headline Friday night, supported by Aladdinsane, a David Bowie tribute act and The Thinking Men from 7.30pm.

Saturday, the festival's final night, will feature multi-platinum selling artist Gabrielle together with BB Diamond, Victoria and others from 6.30pm.

Bridget Nurse, chairman of the Festival Too committee, said: 'We're really grateful to Stagecoach for helping us promote our festival.

'Their backing, and the support of all our sponsors and helpers, goes a long way towards the free events and live music.'

Lynx buses, which also operates in King's Lynn, will again provide a free bus service after the entertainment ends on Friday and Saturday night.

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Buses run between 11pm and 11.45pm to Gaywood, Fairstead and The Woottons.

Are you holding a festival? Email louise.hepburn@archant.co.uk

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