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Lechlade Music Festival

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Riverside Park, A361
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Lechlade Music Festival is an affordable, family-friendly 3 day music festival. From rock to reggae, ska to swing, punk to poetry, jazz to jive, folk to funk – quality live music for everyone!

60+ bands and performers on 3 stages. Suitable for all the family.

Free family workshops all weekend

Delicious festival food choices plus real ales and ciders.

See the full line up and buy tickets at www.lechladefestival.co.uk Facebook/lechladefestival and Twitter @LechladeFest

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