Pennfest 2018 Announce The Kaiser Chiefs As Friday Headliner

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Pennfest 2018 – “The Biggest To Date” with a huge Friday Headline

Following another sell out event this summer, Penn Street in Buckinghamshire is once again set to be home to a two-day music festival with camping. Pennfest returns on the weekend of the 20th and 21st July 2018.

 

Phase 1 acts (for Friday) are now confirmed:

The Kaiser Chiefs (Friday night headliner)

Feeder, Example + DJ Wire, Gabrielle Aplin, The Bluetones, Roots Manuva, Goldie Lookin Chain Legends Set plus many more

 

Friday will also feature:

DJ Hype, Heartless Crew, Kenny Ken, Jumping Jack Frost, East Groove, Ellis Dee
with many more acts to be announced soon

 

Alongside our Main Stage, there will also be the Big Top Stage which when the sun sets becomes the Big Top Late Night. We have a much bigger Warehouse next year and our new Introducing stage featuring a diverse selection of exciting and popular artists.

Camping will be available on site from Friday 20th July – Sunday 22nd July, offering the perfect opportunity to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the Chilterns. There will be free hot showers in the campsite plus the option to book pre-pitched tents with Camplitude.

Our ever-popular VIP enclosure returns for 2018. VIP tickets include fast track entry, luxury loos, meal and welcome drink, PLUS much more! Table service (with a pre-payable bar spend) is also available if required and we would strongly advise booking in advance if there are more than four of you. For more information, please contact VIP@uk-live.co.uk

Children will again be able to enjoy the Kids’ Kingdom which will be packed with loads of entertainment to keep them happy!

PennFest is a weekend aimed at the whole family, with entertainment for everyone. There will also be multiple bars and food options, plus of course the all-important posh luxury loos, essential at any festival!

 

For further details, visit www.pennfest.co.uk

 

Always loved music live, enjoy all genre's. Adding photography into the mix has been more recent and enjoying combing the two together. Self confessed vinyl junkie, so if not down the front, often found searching through record shops.

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