Deerstock 2018 Tickets Up For Grabs

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19 Mar - 30 Jun 2018

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Deerstock 2018 takes place on the 20th-22nd of July.  Deerstoick is a Charity family music festival set in the Trent Valley bringing together national and local bands.To date Deerstock has raised £55,000 for various charities. It is 'Not for profit' and run entirely by volunteers. We ask most of our Bands and Artists to play for expenses but also talk to national bands about supporting their favourite charities in return for a headlining set.
Charities supported in the past include UNICEF, Alzheimers Society, Help for Heroes, CALM, Reach, The Lee Bonsall Memorial Fund, The Roy Stone Foundation amongst others.

This years headliners include the acclaimed John Otway, The King Blues, Blackballed, April Towers and many many more.  So for your chance to Win a pair of tickets to the festival that will make your summer enter now.

 

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