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Fake Festivals music event will see Queen, Coldplay and Blondie tribute acts head to Thetford

Queen  tribute act Flash will be playing as part of the Fake Festivals music event in Thetford. Picture: Fake Festivals

Queen tribute act Flash will be playing as part of the Fake Festivals music event in Thetford. Picture: Fake Festivals

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A festival of three world-class tribute acts is heading to Breckland.

Blondie tribute act Blondied will be playing as part of the Fake Festivals music event in Thetford. Picture: Rod Wetton Photography Blondie tribute act Blondied will be playing as part of the Fake Festivals music event in Thetford. Picture: Rod Wetton Photography

The Fake Festivals event will see headlining tribute acts, Queen. Coldplay and Blondie, take to the stage in Thetford.

Coldplay  tribute act Coldplace will be playing as part of the Fake Festivals music event in Thetford. Picture: Rod Wetton Photography Coldplay tribute act Coldplace will be playing as part of the Fake Festivals music event in Thetford. Picture: Rod Wetton Photography

There will also be five supporting bands at the event, including local musician Alton Wahlberg and Cambridge-based band Alter the Sky.

The festival, on Saturday, August 19, will be held on Melford Common from 12.30pm until 11pm.

Jez Lee, owner of Fake Festivals, said: “Live music is so important and it really brings people together – and with the world leading acts on the tour, we want as many people to be able to enjoy a truly fun day out that they remember.”

There will be food traders and a variety of stalls and children’s rides at the event.

Early bird tickets for the festival end on Wednesday, July 19.

For more information on ticket prices click here

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