Broseley festival set to return

After another successful event, Broseley Festival Committee are already looking forward to doing it all over again in 2019. The festival, which featured performances from U2+1, Back 2 Miami and the Krystalettes, saw a record number of attendees, with approximately 6,000 people visiting over the weekend. Spokesperson Daniel Glaze says, “We’d like to thank everyone who attended this year. Broseley Festival will take place on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 June 2019 and we’ve already confirmed some exciting bands including Viva La Coldplay and Waterloo Live.”

Fundraising continues for the next festival with forthcoming events including an outdoor showing of Grease on Saturday 8 September with advance tickets £10 from Broseley hardware store E Davis, an Abba tribute on Saturday 13 October, and a children’s Halloween disco on Friday 26 October – see broseleyfestival1.co.uk for details.

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