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    Default B-Fest 2010

    LIne Up Announced!

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    Good to see someone ensuring a live music festival in Caithness this summer. Hope it's a great day with good music, great weather, and with people turning out in droves to support it.

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    Hopefully this time

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    no dance tent?!?!?!


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    wow - this looks fabulous, ACDC on a hot summers day in Wick. Ill be there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommy1979 View Post
    no dance tent?!?!?!
    It's the first year. Give it a chance?

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    No dance tent, maybe next year!

    Website now online...

    www.bfest2010.co.uk

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    sounds great

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    Question Bfest-wick Riverside-14th August

    just came across this link for a music festival planned at the riverside this August.... I have contacted the organisers seeking further pricing information-- concessions for families
    . It's 20 for adults( 18 early bird if bought before June 4 th
    14-18 YRS- 15 10-13YRS 8 OAP/UNDER 10YRS-Free
    In my family that would be a wopping 56 ( that's without the obligatory burger etc etc etc )
    On the plus side it's good to see an event like this coming--
    Nearly forgot --the link
    http://www.bfest2010.co.uk/index.php

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    Do you know who the organisers for the event are.
    stiggy

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    Default organisers for Bfest??

    No idea--- nothing on the web page link....sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by valleyman View Post
    just came across this link for a music festival planned at the riverside this August.... I have contacted the organisers seeking further pricing information-- concessions for families
    . It's 20 for adults( 18 early bird if bought before June 4 th
    14-18 YRS- 15 10-13YRS 8 OAP/UNDER 10YRS-Free
    In my family that would be a wopping 56 ( that's without the obligatory burger etc etc etc )
    On the plus side it's good to see an event like this coming--
    Nearly forgot --the link
    http://www.bfest2010.co.uk/index.php
    For a full day of music, that's a bargain. Some festivals charge that per person. I think it's a good price. Good on the man for putting on the event.

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    Great idea, good family day out, luckily my pair are under ten years. It's nice to introduce the kids to their first festival in local surroundings, can't wait.
    Why be a hard rock when you really are a gem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeid View Post
    Good on the man for putting on the event.
    i fully agree, good on him for getting this together

    i know he can't let under 14's in for free because there will be loads of that age group just turning up for the hell of it, but how can you ID bairns for their age ?

    we've always lied about our kids ages to get them into things at a discount/free, call me tight, but it all adds up.

    we'll be there i and hope it's a great success, but i bet there will be a lot of really tall 9 year olds !

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    190 for Glastonbury this year. Luckily though the wife and kids arent going.

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    Christ. That's a lot. But glastonburys not my type of thing. If it was on in my garden I'd go down the street a look.

    Everything seems dear these days but it costs a lot of money to stage something so big in Caithness. I hope the bfest gets a sell out.
    "But primarily, the drummer's supposed to sit back there and swing the band." The actual Buddy Rich

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    Yeah festivals are becoming expensive. Hopefully B-fest will be a great day out and something that can be built on and continues to grow.

    What is the capacity?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stiggy View Post
    Do you know who the organisers for the event are.
    Quote Originally Posted by valleyman View Post
    No idea--- nothing on the web page link....sorry
    Eh, look to the OP.

    Or you could maybe look at the email address listed on the website (under 'Local Band Stage') and try to work it out.

    Sheesh...

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    Hey

    Just for info.....gates open at 12pm, first band on the Main Stage at 1pm, last band starts their set at 8pm.....

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