Rock at the Castle returns to Hertford Castle
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A free charity music festival will be rocking a county castle’s grounds next weekend.
Rock at the Castle returns to historic Hertford Castle on Sunday, August 5 for a fun day’s music.
Running from 12.30pm to 7pm, this free event will attract thousands of visitors to the picturesque venue.
With three stages spread over three different areas, there will be something for everyone.
The main stage will be on the Hertford Castle lawn along with refreshment stands.
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The Moat Gardens will be home to solo and duo acts, with a more relaxed area with a folk and acoustic inspired vibe.
The Island will be home again to the family-friendly area with pop and acoustic music, as well as family entertainment including face painting, bouncy castle and children’s games.
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Hertford Town Council is grateful to this year’s sponsors, McMullen’s Brewery and Go Move.
Although Rock at the Castle is a free event to attend, this year’s selected charity, Carers in Hertfordshire, will be fundraising on the gates.
Visitors are limited to bringing no more alcohol on to the site than four cans of beer/cider/pre-mixed drinks per person before 4pm. No glass will be allowed on site.
• Rock at the Castle line-up for Sunday, August 5
12.30pm-1pm: Lip Service Brass Band
1.45pm-2pm: Mayor’s Speech
2.45pm-3.15pm: Trojan Horses
3.30pm-4pm: Dusty Wagons
4.15pm-4.45pm: Tom Lumley
5pm-5.30pm: All That Soul
5.45pm-6.15pm: Max Palmer
6.30pm-7pm: Real McKoys.
Time Garden Stage
12.30pm-1pm: Lizzie Malessy
1pm-1.30pm: Maisie Berry
1.30pm-2pm: Why Not
2pm-2.30pm: Marshland Pete
2.30pm-3pm: Dan Thomas
3pm-3.30pm: Joe Richardson
3.30pm-4pm: Quivering Lip
4pm-4.30pm: Chris Sims
4.30pm-5pm: Alex Bayly
5pm-5.30pm: Mark Sullivan
5.30pm-6pm: Adam and Rick.
Time Island Stage
12.30pm-1pm: El Whitaker
1pm-1.30pm: Georgia Nevada
1.30pm-2pm: Beth Hedges
2pm-2.30pm: Lucy Kinsella
2.30pm-3pm: Alysha Hutchings
3pm-3.30pm: Sere Trouble
3.30pm-4pm: Ed Tattersall
4pm-4.30pm: Rhys Messenger
4.30pm-5pm: Rebecca Jayne
5pm-5.30pm: George Clark
5.30pm-6pm: Quivering Lip
6pm-6.30pm: Lip Service.
• The line-up is subject to change.