Bankswood 2016 : Coming up at the end of the month for the bank holiday weekend is Glossop’s answer to Glastonbury, but without the need for tents or camping (unless you really wanted to) with this years Bankswood Festival.
Taking place in Hadfield’s Bankswood park over the course of Saturday and Sunday, you will get the chance to see a wide selection of some of the newest and best local music, combined this year with a range of family activities on the family stage.
If you missed the festival last year, and you’re not sure what to expect you can get a rough guide to proceedings with these images from the last year’s festival :
Whilst the festival is free, the festival organisers need your support – buy one of the “optional” tickets via Eventbright by clicking here, the tickets cost £5 (plus £1.47 fee) for an individual weekend pass, and £15 (plus £2.02 fee) or a family weekend pass.
In addition to supporting the festival your ticket will see you entered into a draw to win an exclusive festival T shirt, and you will also automatically become a member of the Glossopdale Trust, and have a say in the future of the festival.