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Published: 05:00, 15 March 2016 |
It proved a winning combination last year, so fans of cider, live music and the Kentish countryside will be pleased to hear it's making a return.
Turners Cider in Marden staged its first Harvest Music Festival, with a string of live acts and a family-friendly festival atmosphere, in October last year.
Now tickets have gone on sale for its second outing at Loddington Farm, just outside Maidstone between Linton and Marden.
Early bird tickets for the event on Saturday, September 10 are £11 for adults, £5.50 for five to 15-year-olds with children up to nine going free. Doors will open at 11am with music from 1pm.
Details of the line-up are yet to be released, for a taste of the event visit harvest2016.com
For tickets visit www.seetickets.com
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