Summer Fiesta returns to Weston Park

A fun-packed bank holiday weekend of great value entertainment for all the family is returning to historic Weston Park next month.

The popular Summer Fiesta will round off the summer in style at the stately home on the Shropshire/Staffordshire border on both Sunday August 27 and Bank Holiday Monday, August 28.

This year’s Fiesta features live entertainment, local artisan food producers and crafters as well as street food from around the world. The event will also see entertainment for youngsters with Indian Dohl drumming sessions from Hit the Dohl, face painting and a traditional fun fair.

Local band The Gold Room will perform covers from the 60s to the 90s on the Sunday whilst festival favourites, The Dirty Rockin Scoundrels return to get the crowds dancing all afternoon long on Bank Holiday Monday.

Jennifer Astbury, head of estate operations at Weston Park, said: “With great food and entertainment throughout the day including live music and a traditional fun fair, we invite you all to bring your picnic blankets and settle in for a great day out.”

The whole estate is open to explore including the Woodland Adventure Playground included in the discounted ticket price. The Miniature Railway will also be running to take you on a ride into the enchanting Temple Wood.

Tickets for the Summer Fiesta are £6 per person when booked in advance online. Standard admission prices apply on the day.

For more information about Weston Park, visit https://weston-park.com/

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