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The countdown is on for annual Marvellous Festival at Dinton Pastures
20 June 2019
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Kick off the summer holidays in style at the annual Marvellous Festival. The ever popular tribute festival is taking place next month 20 and 21 July at Dinton Pastures Country Park in Hurst where music lovers are invited to enjoy three stages of live music across the weekend. 


The line-up for the main stage features a number of popular tribute acts including; Platinum ‘The Live ABBA Tribute Show’, Bon Giovi and The Brian Adams experience, to name but a few. Attendees can also support local bands over at The Wokingham Music Club stage including; Selina & The Howlin' Dogs, Syn City Rockers, Forays and many more. 


Guests are invited to enjoy fairground rides, a silent disco marquee and the big kid’s village. Plenty of tasty refreshments will be on offer with a number of food stalls and a bar. Visitors are also welcome to bring their own picnic and chairs to the festival. There is a dedicated area for camping. 


For those visiting on Saturday, the glorious Fireworks Finale is making a welcome return to this year's event. The display will be launched from the island in the middle of the lake at Dinton and is sure to provide the perfect closing highlight to a wonderful day.


Cllr Parry Batth, executive member for environment and leisure, said: “Dinton Pastures Country Park provides a beautiful backdrop for Marvellous Festival’s annual music extravaganza. I hope many of the borough’s residents come along to enjoy the variety of live music acts and activities on offer across the weekend.” 


Steve Stanton, Marvellous Festival director, said: “This year’s Marvellous Festival is set to be bigger and better than ever and we look forward to welcoming both first-time and regular attendees to the weekend. It’s a joy to be working in partnership with Dinton Pastures once again, as I’m sure many will agree, the grounds provide the perfect location to enjoy this family-friendly festival.” 


The line-up for the main stage include: 

Saturday: 

•The Chicago Blues Brothers 

•Platinum ‘The Live ABBA Tribute Show’

•One Step Behind ‘The Masters of Madness’

•Dirty Harry 

•Bon Giovi 

•Chasing Mumford 

•No Jacket Required 


Sunday: 

•Flash (the sound of Queen)

•Rod Stewart tribute 

•The Brian Adams experience

•The Prince experience 

•Johnny Cash revisited 

•A Touch of Little Mix 

•Small Fakers 


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