GlastonBeoley Music Festival is delighted to announce its’ venue for 2023 – and it’s coming to Cricket, Hockey, Rugby and Squash Club on the Bromsgrove Road in Redditch!
On the late afternoon of Friday 30th June and all-day Saturday 1st July, the club grounds and clubhouse will play host to over 50 of the finest local musicians and bands.
The festival aims for a family-friendly feel, with lots of children’s entertainment, street food, a prosecco and gin bar and beer tent – plus craft stalls for gifts and festival clothing.
Debbie Joynes, the brainchild behind the original GlastonBeoley in 2018, said of the new venue: “We couldn’t be more delighted to be in such a central Redditch location for 2023. With access to buses, taxis and trains – as well as ample parking – everything is in place for what we expect to be a record-breaking event!
“But none of this would be possible without the help of our festival sponsors and the Venue Committee, who have made us very welcome from the outset.”
Brian Carr, Chairman of Redditch Cricket, Hockey, Rugby and Squash Club, added: “We are excited to be supporting GlastonBeoley with what promises to be a great event for us all. Our aim over the next few years is to strengthen our community links even further – and this ticks all our boxes.”
Weekend tickets are now on sale online via Glastonbeoley.co.uk – with children under the age of 16 gaining FREE entry with an accompanying adult.
The line-up of artists and bands performing over the weekend includes Vaseline, Queen tribute band Hot Space, All Killer and Masters of Sabbath – and Bhangra Smash Up – to name but a few!
All profits from the festival are ploughed back into the local community, to support volunteer groups and charities in and around Redditch.
The next fundraising event for the festival will be on Friday 12th May, when “GlastonBeoley Presents” local band Take Cover, supported by Dos Villanos at The Rocklands. Tickets are just £5 and all proceeds will help towards staging GlastonBeoley 2023.