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Festivals near Macclesfield

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in Greater Manchester
Annual rock festival held in Prestwich, Manchester - founded in 2008. The 2020 event features Hands Off Gretel, Hollowstar, Fireroad, Collateral, King Creature, Fiefdom, The Rocket Dolls and more.
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in Altrincham
Weekend festival held in Cheshire with family fun and music acts. The 2019 carnival included The Real Thing, Odyssey, Martin Kemp's '80s and Brother Beyond's Nathan Moore.
in Warrington
Glastonferry is a tribute act one-dayer held in Warrington, established in 2007 and as of 2018 split into two events: summer and autumn. The 2019 summer event featured: The Clone Roses, Oas-is, The Smiths Ltd, Appy ...
in Derbyshire
Annual motorbike and music festival based in Derbyshire. The 2021 event (rescheduled from 2020) is to feature The Animals and Friends, Ferocious Dog, Fleetwood Bac, Tom Jovi, Rebel Rebel, Loaded Revolver, Guns 2 Roses, Green Haze, ...
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in Merseyside
The Jockey Club Live brings live summer entertainment to the UK's racecourses.
in Blackpool
Indoor music festival held in Blackpool during December. The 2021 line-up includes: Fatboy Slim, Hot Since 82, Maya Jane Coles, Absolute and Jaguar.
in Preston
Launched in 2019, Wonderwood is a summer music festival based at Witton Woods and Country Park in Blackburn. The 2021 line-up features Sonny Fodera, Hannah Wants, Low Steppa, Endor, Pax, Andy C, Crucast and Macky ...
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in Manchester
Festwich is a two-day festival held in St Mary's Park in Prestwich, Manchester, predominantly featuring tribute acts. The 2019 line-up included: Link N Park, Mentallica, Higher on Maiden, Megadeth UK, Wrong Jovi, The Machine Rages On, ...
in Liverpool
New for 2019, Let's Rock bring their brand of '80s goodness to Liverpool. The 2021 event (rescheduled from 2020) will feature Adam Ant, Wet Wet Wet, ABC, Howard Jones, Kim Wilde, Belinda Carlisle, Sister Sledge, Heaven ...
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in Cheshire
Eighties pop-music festival held in Cheshire. The 2021 line-up (rescheduled from 2020) includes: Bananarama, Billy Ocean, Jimmy Somerville, Wet Wet Wet, Queen Symphonic, Trevor Horn, Marc Almond, Roland Gift, Nik Kershaw, Grandmaster Flash, Thompson Twins - ...