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Hop Farm Music Festival organisers have announced a 20% discount on tickets for NHS employees in Kent

04 June 2014
by Angela Cole


Organisers of the Hop Farm Music Festival have announced that NHS employees in Kent will be able to get a special discount on tickets.

The event, which will be held from Friday, July 4, until Sunday, July 6, has announced that everyone working for the NHS across the county will get a discount of 20% on all tickets.

Grace Jones

Grace Jones

A spokesman said: "It is just about offering something back to the NHS. We just wanted to do something for those who work in the NHS."

The festival promises a three-day line-up packed with favourites and new acts, including Kinks frontman Ray Davies, co-founder of the Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, James Blunt, Deacon Blue and Curtis Stigers.

Former Kinks frontman Ray Davies

Former Kinks frontman Ray Davies

There will also be comedy from the likes of Jo Brand, Rich Hall and Russell Brand and street style carnival fun from The Flying Seagull Project.

There will also be workshops on pottery making and circus performing.

All Kent NHS employees will be sent details on how to claim the discount.

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