Love Luton Festival family tickets are on Sale

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Luton Borough Council is reminding people that there are discounted family tickets still available for this summer’s spectacular Love Luton 2012 Festival.

With such diverse line ups for the two performances at Popes Meadow catering to a wide variety of music tastes, organisers decided to offer group tickets at reduced prices to encourage families to come along and enjoy the entertainment together.

A family ticket will get four people through the gates and can be either one adult and three under 16s, or two adults and two under 16s. The discounted price is only available until 7 April.

A family ticket to the Friday 6 July performance featuring The Wanted, Lawson, Aisling O’Reilly, Bradley Johnson and SW Storm is just £110, working out at just £27.50 per ticket.

A family ticket to the longer performance on Saturday 7 July featuring Olly Murs, Skepta, Sway, Mz Bratt and Lady Leshurr is just £120, working out at just £30 per ticket.

Cllr Hazel Simmons, Leader of Luton Borough Council, is encouraging families not to wait and to buy their tickets now. Cllr Simmons said:

"The Love Luton 2012 Festival is set to be the most spectacular event in Luton ever and we have ensured that it will be family-friendly by catering for all cultures, ages and music tastes in a safe and enjoyable environment.

"This makes it a fantastic opportunity for all the family to attend and I would like to remind people that the early bird family ticket offer is only available until 7 April, so make sure you get in quick.

"The last thing I want is for people to miss out so I encourage you to go to www.luton.gov.uk/2012festival to buy your tickets and avoid disappointment as we are not anticipating selling any tickets on the days."

The Love Luton 2012 Festival will be packed with a huge range of activities including a spectacular carnival parade, school games, fireworks displays, Mela activities along with a kaleidoscope of music, comedy and dance leading up to a special Olympic Torch celebration event.

Ticket can be purchased at Luton Festival

Published on 04 March 2012 by Wayne Feltham

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