I’ve written briefly before about our plans to go to Headlander Festival this year, and about what a fantastic array of entertainment there is going to be. I included it in my North West Family Festivals round up and wrote a review of our visit there last year.
Some quick fire points from the Headlander Website are:
- Headlander will take place at Stockport RUFC in Bramhall, Cheshire on Saturday 20th June and Sunday 21st June 2015.
- The ‘mini Glastonbury’ of the North, great music and activities in a safe and friendly setting.
- This is the weekend of the summer solstice as the Sun reaches its highest point.
- Rock, folk, bluegrass, ska, jazz, world music and singer songwriters, 2015 will be our most entertaining festival so far.
- Saturday 20th June is Roachford who had the late 80’s top 10 hit “Cuddly Toy”.
- Sunday 21st June we have From The Jam featuring original Jam member Bruce Foxton
- Plus great music over 3 stages from over 40 live acts.
- A trade village, secure parking, foods from around the world, camping, music workshops.
- Family Activities will include; NK Theatre Arts Shows, Foolish Rogues, Wild Things Soft Play Area (for under 10s), Break Dancers and Fun Fair.
- See the video from Headlander 2014.
Now, I have a truly brilliant prize to offer – a weekend family ticket to Headlander Festival this year! The family ticket is worth a whopping £120 and is guaranteed to provide a full weekends worth of entertainment for everyone!
The ticket is valid for 2 adults and 2 children aged 11 – 16 years old, which is excellent news for bigger families because the younger ones can go free!
So what will you do first?
Will you head for the live acoustic stage and relax on the hay bales as the sun shines down?
Will you head to Wild Things so the kids can wear themselves out at soft play?
Perhaps you’ll take the kids along to watch and learn a few break-dancing moves?
Or will the funfair be your first port of call?
Whatever you do, you won’t be disappointed!
It’s super simple to enter too – just fill in the Rafflecopter widget right here!