Festival tickets up for grabs

Paige Seabridge
Paige Seabridge

The Black Market Real Ale, Cider & Music Festival takes place on October 23-25 at the Black Market venue on High Street, Warsop - and we have two pairs of tickets to give away.

The event is sponsored by Welbeck Abbey Brewery, who will supply a great selection of drinks from small/microbrewers that will complement the launch of the Black Market Brewery ales.

The live music kicks off on Friday at 7pm with Warsop’s very own The Outlines, fronted by Kyle Peters from Ferocious Dog. After that it’s a fierce double header of ska from Nottingham’s Unknown Era and then Fighting Evil Is Cool. Also on Friday night are The Roughneck Riot, and Seven Little Sisters.

There’s a 1.30pm start on the Saturday, across two stages, with the Sam Jones Band, followed by Black Rose Garden, Hugo Steady and Hotwired. There’s an early slot for the mighty Blackballed with New Model Army’s Marshal Gill on lead guitar and vocals.

There’s also Carter The Unofficial Sex Machine, Same Streets, Blind Fever, King Tut’s Revenge, Headsticks and New Groove Formation

On Sunday there’s the return of the well established Star Bothering, plus appearances by Paige Seabridge, Maelor Hughes, and The Star Botherers.

Tickets are available from www.gigantic.com/black-market-real-ale-and-cider-music-festival-black-market-2015-10-30-18-00

To be in with a chance of winnings two pairs of tickets in our competition, tell us:

What other band does the lead singer/guitarist from Blackballed play in?

Email your answer, name, address and telephone number to: steve.eyley@jpress.co.uk by October 18.

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