If you’re looking for some weekend away ideas for your caravan holiday in the UK then why not pop along to the Worcester Music Festival from Friday 30th August right through to Sunday 1st September?
This music festival is three whole days made up of live original music from some of the best up and coming bands across the midlands, but better than that it’s completely free to go along and enjoy yourself with your family!
The event is in its sixth year, getting bigger and better every time. Not only can you see over four hundred performers and bands but you can also take part in any of the thirty workshops with no cost at all. These workshops include drumming, the elements of hip hop, a kids Glee style concert and a guitar master class with a certain local celebrity!
Last year over eight hundred people attended the event with blankets, chairs and picnics but this year the organisers expect even more people to come and enjoy the festival – will you be one of the people that attend?
As much as the Worcester Music Festival is excellent fun for people of all ages, shapes and sizes it’s also an excellent festival for raising money for some truly wonderful causes. The Worcester Music Festival raised £6000 last year for the New Hope Children’s Respite Centre and has raised just under £25,000 for local charities over the last five years.
If you are looking for something fun to do during your family caravan holiday then maybe this could be just your ticket to an exciting weekend away?
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