Are you ready to give festival some welly.
Regardless of the unpredictable weather of late, a collection of hardy local acts will be congregating in Morpeth tomorrow for the Mash Up Festival.
Whitehouse Farm Centre in the town will be transformed into a mini-Glasto for the day with 16 live bands and two DJs taking over the two outdoor stages.
Included in the line-up is feathered frolickers B>E>A>K who never fail to put on an energetic and entertaining show.
Joining them will be WTCHRS, Rossi Noise, We Are Knuckle Dragger, Humanism, Static Soul, Gallery Circus and many more.
Mash Up is organised by local beer-makers Anarchy Brew Company, who with a small team of around five, set about bringing together local live music with local ale.
Also on site will be two bars offering a range of drinks as well as street food vendors.
For those wanting to give the weekend a proper festival-fell camping is available on site for punters.
Tickets are PS15 and are available from The Bacchus, The Free Trade, The Cumberland Arms and Olivers Blyth or online at www.seetickets.com Camping is available at PS2.50 a head and this is payable on the gate.
The festival kicks off from midday tomorrow
STAGE We Are Knuckle Dragger
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|Publication:||Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Apr 26, 2013|
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