Boomtown; a festival like no other. The immersive weekender truly is a spectacle, and with last year selling out in record time, you’d be kicking yourself if you missed out on tickets. Unapologetically bonkers, Boomtown is a weekend of head spinning fantasy and genre-spanning music, packing music, fringe comedy, theatre and expressive arts within its fictional city streets. The West Review accurately said of Boomtown that “it would be disrespectful to even limit Boomtown to the label of ‘music festival’; more a complete celebration of community and creativity.” Perhaps the most diverse and eclectic festival, Boomtown Chapter 10 is completely unmissable.
2018 will be Boomtown’s 10th year, and they’re planning on raising the bar even higher than previous years…
‘We’re throwing everything we’ve got at Chapter 10! Operationally, creatively and musically we’re planning the most spectacular experience and a culmination of everything we’ve been working towards and have taken on board ever since the Town’s creation back in 2008.’ -Boomtown Organisers
As well as the festival tickets going on general release this evening, Boomtown has announced their charity partner for the 2018 event will be local youth charity, Winnall Rock School, who provide free music lessons to young people aged 10 to 17 in local neighbourhoods where there are higher than national average levels of social deprivation.
“We’re absolutely thrilled and delighted to be chosen as Boomtown’s charity partner for 2018. Donations will all go directly towards our work with disadvantaged young people learning and making music at our studios and also give them the chance to perform at Boomtown and other festivals and venues in the area. Whoop whoop!” -Marilyn Michalowicz – Trustee of Winnall Rock School
Tickets available from www.boomtownfair.co.uk.
Tier 1 – £176 +bf
Tier 2 – £191 +bf
Tier 3 – £206 +bf
“Just bear in mind once you go to this festival, everything else will feel a bit tame…” – Independent
“Boomtown Fair is an immersive experience with attention to detail at every nook. It’s an attack on the senses for all the right reasons, and somewhere that every festival lover or inquisitive being belongs.” Notion
[Feature Image: Charity PR]