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EASTFEST 2021

Saturday 18 September 2021
Coach House Hotel, Royston, SG8 7PN
The second EastFest Rock Festival will take place on Saturday 18th September 2021 in the grounds of the Coach House Hotel, Flint Cross, near Royston Herts, SG8 7PN.

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A fun day out for the family and all rock fans, this charity event brings together some of the best rock bands in Eastern England on a five-acre site with full catering and amenities. Gates will open at noon and six bands will rock through from 2pm until 11pm. This one-day event will feature Rock, Blues and Soul music, with covers & originals and tracks old & new catering for all tastes and ages. With under-18s free, tickets are £11.25 each (including £1.25 booking fee) in advance or £15 on the door. Overnight parking and camping are available. Full refund (minus booking fee) available in the event of cancellation.
 
Bands appearing include: Black Lightening, All Glammed Up, 70s rockers Highway Star, Storm Chasers, Dissent and 6AM Saint with a special reunion appearance of The Other Commitments. For full details, please visit: www.eastfest.live
 
EastFest 2021 follows the original 2019 EastFest staged in memory of Cambridgeshire rocker Rich East who tragically took his own life following illness and depression in 2018. A true rock aficionado and great musician, Rich was a devoted family man and well known throughout the rock scene. The regional rock community are coming together once again to celebrate Rich’s life in style and at high volume.
 
All proceeds from the festival will be donated to the Zero Suicide Alliance. The ZSA is a national charity established following the tragic suicide of Cambridgeshire lad, Ed Mallen in 2015. The charity is focused on destroying the stigma associated with mental illness, preventing suicide and alleviating the suffering of all those experiencing psychological trauma. For further information, please visit: www.zerosuicidealliance.com
 
With Rock in Mind, come and join us for an eclectic mix of hard rock, deep soul, southern Blues, old favourites and much more.
 
Running time:

Doors 12pm

Music 1pm-11pm

Running times are approximate and subject to change