Marlborough Rising: High expectation, top talent, bottomed out prices

on 24 August 2018.

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Marlborough Rising is making Marlborough THE destination for festival goers this Autumn, with headline bands such as Scouting for girls hitting the stage at a very attractive ticket price.

The festival, which was birthed in the wake of the loss of Marlborough international Jazz festival is a triumph for local people and tourism, offering a broader range of musical influences to suit all tastes in the backdrop of our beautiful town.

The festival has attracted some internationally recognised artists such as the three-piece pop punk band “Scouting for girls”, London four-piece band “Turin Brakes” and singer, pianist and songwriter “Joe Stilgoe” as well as a variety of other bands and supporting arts, including homegrown local talent. You can view the full line-up here.

Festival goers will be treated to three days’ worth of non-stop musical entertainment from mr logo pink whiteFriday 7th of September until Sunday 9th of September with 4 different stages across the town, offering an unbelievable variety of musical talent.

Tickets for individual acts start from just £15.00 per person with headline acts selling quickly at the early bird price of £22-£25.00 but these prices won’t last, and tickets are expected to sell out quickly. Click here to snap up your favourite artist at a bargain price.

Come along to support this fantastic local festival and let’s see it return year on year!

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