Early bird tickets for Doncaster Fake Festival go on sale

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People wanting to attend this year’s Fake Festival, where tribute acts to Bon Jovi, Stereophonics and The Stone Roses are set to play, can now pick up early bird tickets.

Early bird tickets are available now until April 17, and priced at £15 for an adult ticket and £8 for a young persons ticket.

After then tickets for Fake Festival 2014, which takes place at Sandall Park on May 17, will be priced at £20.00 per adult, £10.00 per Young Person (10-17 years old) and £50.00 for a family ticket, with under 9’s free.

The Bon Jovi Experience, Stereotonics and The Total Stone Roses are set to headline the festival, and will be joined by local support acts including Goodfellas, The 48K’s, The Colliers, White Valentine and Fluidity.

License holder for Sandall Park Fake Festival, Chris Webster, said: “We had yet another amazing year here in 2013 at Doncaster with the festival, and we can’t wait to do it all again, even bigger and better this year.”

He added: “I really would encourage people to buy their tickets at early bird prices, as not only will they be guaranteed entry to Sandall Park Fake Festival, but they will also have the opportunity to register early for the free Big Fake Festival, a three-day festival in September.”

“This event is exclusive to Fake Festival ticket-holders, and tickets cannot be bought separately for this event, so register your ticket early online to guarantee you entry.”

Tickets are available online from www.fakefestivals.co.uk or from the following outlets:

- L Beevers Newsagents, Armthorpe

- C & N News, 52 Brecks Lane, Kirk Sandall

- Electro Music, 82 Copley Road, Doncaster

- Formula One Motorist Discount, 144 Thorne Road, Edenthorpe

- Day Today Store, Crompton Road, Wheatley

- Doncaster Tourist Information Centre, The Blue Building, 30 High Street, Doncaster