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Rochdale Feel Good Festival ticket details confirmed

Rochdale Feel Good Festival is back after a five-year break and tickets will go on sale this  month.

The festival will return on Saturday, August 10, 2024, for another showcase of entertainment, food and culture but the headline act is currently under wraps.

Organiser Rochdale Borough Council has confirmed that main stage tickets will be released at 10am on Thursday.

Early bird tickets will be £8 each for the first 400 sold, before general sale tickets are released at £15.

For the first time, to cut single use plastic, all tickets include a Rochdale Feel Good Festival re-usable drink cup to be collected upon arrival at the festival site.

Usual location

Next year the event returns to its usual location, Rochdale Town Hall Square, after a five-year absence caused by the covid pandemic and the major restoration of the building.

The festival will again include live music across indoor venues, the main stage against the backdrop of the grade 1-listed town hall, a quality food and drink village and other entertainment.

Councillor Janet Emsley is advising everyone to book early: “I said we must do something very special when this festival returns home to Rochdale Town Hall Square after five long years away and I can promise it will be our biggest line-up yet.

“We can’t wait to welcome everyone back. You’re going to have to wait a little longer to find out who’s playing but it will be worth it. To make it as good value as possible we are releasing these amazing value early bird tickets, so don’t miss out, book early.”

Line-up details for Rochdale Feel Good Festival

Line-up details will be confirmed soon.

Previous Feel Good main stage performers include Razorlight, The Coral, Feeder, The Fratellis, Scouting for Girls, Cast, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Toploader, The Feeling, The South, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, The Beat, Badly Drawn Boy, The Selector and The Lightning Seeds.

Another local band will get chance to play the main stage. Last year The Sprats played the biggest gig of their career on the Saturday afternoon. The Battle of the Bands competition will be launched in April with local acts encouraged to apply to win the coveted slot.

The festival is funded by the council together with ticket sales and sponsorship from local businesses. If you would like to get involved with the festival, email [email protected]

Tickets can be booked online at rochdale.gov.uk/feelgoodfestival or in person at Middleton Arena.

Helen Greaney
Helen Greaney
I'm a journalist with more than 18 years' experience on local, regional and national newspapers, as well as PR and digital marketing. Crime and the courts is my specialist area but I'm also keen to hear your stories concerning Manchester and the greater North West region.
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