Almost 12 hours of live outdoor music is promised in a Doncaster park this weekend.
Proceeds from this year’s Cusworth Music Festival on Sunday, August 28, will be going to Doncaster cancer charity The Aurora Centre.
The Drifters are headlining the event, which starts at 12pm in the beautiful grounds of Cusworth Hall, with gates open from 11am.
The festival will run until 11pm with an outdoor stage, bar and food facilities.
Other acts appearing at the festival include Chris Madin, The Great Pretender, The Jokers, The Screaming Eagles, The Wallbirds, St Harlot, Twice As Nice and Natalie.
Ticket prices in advance are just £15 per person with under 12s free, although they must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets on the gate will cost £20.
Camping pitches are also available on Saturday and Sunday night.
Civic Mayor of Doncaster Coun Eva Hughes said: “I’m really looking forward to attending this year’s festival.
“As well as being a great day out, the Festival raises money for a really good cause, all proceeds go to Doncaster’s local cancer charity – The Aurora Centre.”
n Advance tickets are available from Cusworth Hall, Doncaster’s Tourist Information Centre, the Civic Theatre Box Office, The Dome, and online at www.cusworthmusicfestival.co.uk.
For more information contact 07904 972 738.