Kingskerswell lights up for Moon Festival
Taking place from 22-24 June 2017, the Kingskerswell Summer Moon Festival is a celebration of great beer and fine music followed by a community fun-day on the Sunday after the festival.
Set on the Parish Meadow at Kingskerswell, near Exeter, all money raised from the festival goes to local charities.
A “Night at the Proms” concert takes place on the Thursday evening, followed by the beer and live music festival on Friday and Saturday.
Advance tickets are only available for the concert, which features the Torbay Symphony Orchestra conducted by Richard Gonski, with tickets available from the Garden Gate in Fore Street. Doors open at 7pm on Thursday for a 7.30pm start.
All tickets for the beer and music festival (23-24 June) are sold on the door only, with the festival open from 5-11pm on Friday and 11am-11pm on
Saturday. Gates to the festival close at 10pm. Point of sale (tokens for buying drinks) closes at 10.30pm.
Bays beer, cider and wine are available for the "Night at the Proms” concert, before the main beer and wine festival gets underway on Friday.
Freshly cooked food will be available with stands offering Thai noodles, Venison tagine, Greek style food, burgers, pasties, jacket potatoes, pizzas and much more.
Music from a wide variety of bands (the majority of which are local) will play until 11pm. With the lineup including Little Green Men, Signs Of Life, Still Life, Ethyrfield, Emerald Hill, Audius Maximus, April's Fools, TVR Agit-Rock and Men Behaving Badly.
For more details see the Kingskerswell Summer Moon Festival website.