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Together Festival will thank key workers for supporting the NHS after restrictions have been lifted

A new day-long festival with live music and fireworks is being planned which will be free for key workers.

The Together Festival would be held at Mote Park in Maidstone but organisers are not able to give a date for the big event as it will only be once restrictions have been lifted.

The Together Festival will be free for key workers
The Together Festival will be free for key workers

It will feature music from the 80s, 90s and 00s right through to today and include tribute bands, fairground rides, a beer, cider and ale village as well as cocktail bars.

There will also be fireworks and children's activities.

The event is free to all key workers and their families as a way of saying thank you to the NHS.

Organisers say: "Together is a free festival for all key workers and their families. This includes NHS staff, carers, teachers, emergency services, transport drivers, supermarket staff, delivery drivers, and more that have worked so hard during recent times."

Mote Park in Maidstone hosts many festivals
Mote Park in Maidstone hosts many festivals

Tickets will also be available to non key workers but key workers will take priority.

To find out more visit the website at togetherkent.com

For more events across the county and things to do while lockdown continues click here.


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