The 5th edition of the family-friendly Something to Smile About returns to Hatfield Outdoor Activity Centre (Also Known as Hatfield Marina and Hatfield Water Park) in Doncaster and takes place from Friday 31st May to Sunday 2nd June 2019.
There's 2 stages of music, plus workshops, street theatre, craft stalls and activities.
Confirmed acts include The Urban Voodoo Machine, The Undercover Hippy, Town of Cats, Funke & The Two Tone Baby, The Lagan, Gaz Brookfield, Doozer McDooze, The Age of Glass, The Sweetchunks Band, and more, with more to be announced.
For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets are priced at £50 for adults. Junior (5yrs-15yrs) weekend tickets are priced at £30. Those aged 5 and under can attend for 1p.
Day tickets are available, priced at £20-25 for adults and £15-18 for juniors.
Camping is priced at £15/tent, a campervan pass is £20, and a weekend parking pass is £5.
There will be a range of workshops and hands on activities for all ages, plus street performers for added entertainment.
The venue is ideally situated just off of the M180, it is close to local amenities, is perfect for disabled visitors and families and has a host of onsite activities and facilities.
Being a campsite all year round, there is on site, a large toilet and shower block and water access points across the site. Also on site are, a selection of climbing walls, an aerial assault course, a smaller assault course at ground level and also a children's park. The water itself will be closed off throughout the weekend for safety reasons.
Car Parking will be situated in a field next to the park.
The car park and camping will be open from 12pm on Friday the 3rd June, with the main arena opening at 3pm, music starting from 5pm.
Profits from ticket sales as well as donations from stalls and bars, will all be split between Yorkshire Cancer Research, Cash for Kids, and Lee Bonsall Memorial Fund.
More information will be here when available.
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