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Brit Fest ticket release date revealed as organisers say they've been "overwhelmed" by response

The event has already revealed an outstanding line-up of live music from British artists.

Brit Fest organisers Anthony (left) and Edward Prophet with Jenny Powell at last month's launch event

Tickets for a new world-class music festival coming to Altrincham next year will go on sale next month.

The Brit Fest organisers have revealed that tickets will go on general sale on Monday 4th September, with a special pre-sale period for sign-ups from Friday 1st September at 9am.

The three-day event, which will take place from July 5-7 2024 in the grounds of Ashley Hall & Showground, has already unveiled an outstanding line-up of live music from British artists.

Headline acts include Scouting For Girls, Kim Wilde, Heather Small, The Feeling, Fleur East, Cast, Tom Bailey of the Thompson Twins, Starsailor, Toploader, Reef, Dodgy, Lottery Winners, Hot Chocolate, Nik Kershaw, Paul Young, The Christians, The Bluetones and Tunde Baiyewu from The Lighthouse Family.

Scouting For Girls will be playing Brit Fest next year

The programme also features sets from Cassidy Janson, Chris Helme from The Seahorses, Johnny Hates Jazz, Matt Ford’s Big Band, a DJ set from Mike Joyce from The Smiths, Neeve Zahra, Owen Paul, Sonia, String Infusion, The South, The Real Thing and T’Pau.

The family friendly festival launched with an exclusive VIP event two weeks ago and has since had thousands signing up to be the first to buy tickets.

Olivier-nominated brothers Anthony and Edward Prophet, the team behind the event, said: "We have been genuinely overwhelmed by the public support and interest in this new festival, since the launch, we have had people literally signing-up in their thousands and there’s still a month to go before the on sale dates, it’s really quite phenomenal.

"Even though we are almost a year away to the event itself, we continue to work really hard to ensure we are delivering a festival like no other, we can tell that festivalgoers from far and wide are getting really excited about it – we promises to deliver the biggest festival this part of Cheshire has seen.

The full line-up for next year's inaugural Brit Fest

“We are really proud of the music line up at The Brit Fest, there’s something for everyone, but it’s not just about the music, it’s about celebrating the very best of British culture, cars, food and drink, fashion, the arts, and the amazing talent we have in this country.

“We are excited as everyone to welcome festivalgoers to Cheshire, and hope they embrace the event and take the opportunity to join us for a fabulous weekend with their family and friends.”

Tickets will include day passes for children and adults, weekend passes, VIP tickets, and hospitality packages. Full details will be announced when tickets go on sale.

In addition to a full programme of live music, the festival will boast an entire weekend of fun activities to keep the family entertained spanning the 100-acre site, including vintage fairground, white knuckle rides, free family cinema, woodcraft and whittling, food and drink festival, artisan market, garden party, festival village green, wellness in the wild with yoga, classic cars, as well as a chance to meet Team GB athletes and the Extreme Mountain Bike Show.