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Hullabaloo Festival

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The Hullabaloo Festival is an affordable three day family friendly Music and Arts Festival held early June in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

The festival will have 100s of amazing attractions, including a Main Stage hosting 10 bands per day, the best music Gloucestershire has to offer, combined with headline acts from across the country. As well as a large Performance Tent that will host acoustic music, poetry, comedy, children's acts and much more.

There will also be delicious locally produced food and drink stalls, a bar with a wide selection of real ales & ciders, a vibrant craft market, arts & crafts workshops and exhibitions from local community groups, arts organisations and clubs.

The entire 3 days will be packed with entertainment for children and adults, not just a bouncy castle (although we will have that too) but painting, sculptures, zorbing, wood-crafts, performance arts, theatre, audience interaction and much more.

Email: alex@hullabaloofestival.co.uk

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