MS Fest charity music festival, Godstone Farm, Sep 3

MS Fest
MS Fest is a family friendly mini music festival taking place at Godstone Farm on Saturday the September 3.

The event is in aid of the MS Society and a truly amazing chap, Paul Wheeler, to help pay towards life-changing stem cell treatment. To help him do this and potentially change his life please come along and support MS Fest.

With advance tickets only £4 for children and £8 for adults you won’t believe what you’re going to get for your money…

We are so exciting to announce four brilliant acts to the lineup:

Sam Dunstall – Renowned young blues musician whose voice and guitar playing need to be seen to be believed

Jazz Straszynski – 19-year-old singer, songwriter and composer playing a variety of jazz, blues, gospel and pop

Andy Cranham – Acoustic guitarist and singer covering a variety of hits from Beatles to Blackstreet, Mumford to Whitney and many more

Red. Green and Blue – Acoustic duo covering rock, pop, bluegrass and folk

Nikki G – 12 year up and coming singing sensation.

Godstone Farm chickensBeing at a farm venue we couldn’t run this fab event without some of the fun of the farm, offering something for children and big kids alike, including Hawkforce Falconry, with their selection of birds of prey for you to hold and have your picture taken, and the Godstone Farm racing pigs, while there will also be animal handling, pony grooming and ferret walking!

The whole event is being designed for families so please bring the little ones along to join in the fun. Godstone Farm’s adventure playground is a child’s dream and will keep them entertained until the sun goes down.

Tickets are limited availability, and the funds raised are going to charity: 50 per cent of admission tickets will be donated to the MS Society to raise money for vital research and 50 per cent will be donated to Paul Wheeler to help him beat this horrible disease.

For further details, ticket pricing, combo tickets and more, click here.

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