New Town Kings will top the bill on the Sunday of LeeStock, the annual charity music festival returns for its 8th year to Melford Hall the National Trust property in Sudbury, Suffolk with the dates confirmed as Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th May 2016. They will be supported by Lucy Spraggan.
Starting in 2006, LeeStock was born when a bunch of Lee's friends wanted to put on a tribute gig in the memory of Lee Dunford who had sadly passed away earlier that year. The gig was a rip-roaring success, very well attended as be-fitting someone as popular as Lee.
The Feeling will headline on Saturday, with Hoosiers as the main support act. There are no other acts confirmed yet for 2016.
Tickets are priced at £30 for the weekend (excludes camping). Children aged 12 years and Under can attend for free but must have ticket and must be accompanied by a paying adult. An adult Saturday and Sunday night camping ticket is priced at £15 per person. Camping tickets for children age 12 years and under are free. A Saturday only ticket is priced at £25, and a Sunday only ticket is priced at £12. Prices do not include booking fees.
The festival raises money for charity - The Willow Foundation which is the only charity of its kind providing special days for 16 to 40 year olds.
The festival has raised over £65,000 for the Willow Foundation, a national charity that provides special days for seriously ill young adults. Lee, who died 10 years ago this year, was helped by the charity when they paid for him and his band to stay in London and record a CD.
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