April 25th, 2016
Summer is on its way and SB Fest is back!
Join the Sutton Bonington Guild and SB Music Society on Saturday 7 May from 3pm to 11pm for a day of live music, art, fairground attractions, Farmers’ Market and Beer Festival, and so much more! The event showcases the talent and societies of the University of Nottingham’s Sutton Bonington Campus with various ensembles performing throughout the day, including the SB Symphony Orchestra and SB Singers concert performance from 7-9pm.
Wristbands are £5 (under 12s free) giving you all-day access. Buy on the door, or pick up tickets in advance from SB Primary School, SB Post Office, and Picture This in Kegworth, and exchange for a wristband on the day.
This year there’ll be even more entertainment, including magicians and balloon modelling, a free-standing climbing wall, rodeo bull, obstacle course, village fete games and horseball spacehopper challenge, as well as music until 11pm. Fun for all the family with local produce available from SB Farmers’ Market stalls and a little tipple to wash it all down from Wicked Hathern Brewery!
All profits and collections throughout the day will be donated to LOROS.
For more information, view the event on the Sutton Bonington Guild Facebook page, or visit the SB Music Society website.
Tags: community, family, Farmers' Market, Festival, local, SB Fest, SB Guild, Sutton Bonington, Sutton Bonington Guild
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