Tickets now on sale for Fling Festival 2019

Summer is just around the corner and that can only mean one thing - the return of the Fling Festival! The festival will return to Hylands Park, Chelmsford on Saturday 6 July 2019.

Created purely for adults, the Fling Festival is like no other: a day where festivalgoers’ curiosity is encouraged and diversity in entertainment is celebrated with a bespoke mix of music, comedy, cabaret, adult crafting, dance workshops, sideshows, street food and much more.

Performances and attractions provide endless opportunities for you to tap into your creative side, get involved and release your inner child.

This year’s musical treats include OMG: It’s The Church, Trojan Sound System, Beans on Toast, Crazy P DJs, The Kubricks, Winston and The Lads, Hannah Paris, Magic Seas, Stealing Signs, Primo Nelson and more.

As well as the return of all your Fling favourites, such as Silent Disco, Bollywood Bling Tent, the Beach, Claynation, Horse World and the Social Club, this year sees exciting new additions added to the festival offerings.

Tickets are on sale now and prices start from £22.50. Tickets are available to purchase online only. To purchase tickets for the Fling Festival, visit http://www.FlingFestival.com.

For up-to-date festival information, including exciting announcements coming up over the next few weeks please visit the official website, http://www.FlingFestival.com, and follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter http://@flingfestival.

The Fling Festival is produced by Chelmsford City Council Events and Engagement Team.

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