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Fi.FEST 2023 Line-Up Revealed

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Fi.Fest, Maidenhead’s biggest family-friendly music festival has just announced its line-up for 2023 and its set to be a date not-to-be missed.

British chart toppers The Feeling are among the headliners for this year’s festival, with an additional headliner to be announced early next year.

Known for such hits as “Fill My Little World”, “Love It When You Call”, and “Never Be Lonely”, The Feeling will be one of 2 headliners to take to the stage on Saturday 8th July, as Fi.Fest celebrates its 5thanniversary.

Making his festival debut will be Shaun Williamson (aka Eastenders Barry Evans) as his Barrioke tour goes on the main stage. Barrioke has been taking the UK by storm, as he brings people up on stage and the crowd sings along with a giant karaoke screen.

The local festival that has got everyone talking offers an eclectic music mix with hours of high-class entertainment that festival goers will love. So far, amazing acts announced include Daft, Elite Elton, Third Lung, The Boxteles, and DJ oneF.

Alongside the festival is Fi.Fest’s Kidzone which will be packed with entertainment, crafts, free shows, a giant sandpit, fairground rides and so much more. Keep an eye out for Baxter the T-Rex making an appearance throughout the day.

Known for being a festival foodie haven, and to keep family energy levels high, Fi.Fest has a food village with stall holders, both local and national, serving up fabulous fare, drinks, ice creams and sweat treats.

Organisers are excited to bring back the festival for 2023 and are confident it will be the best yet, with more surprises still to come.

Festival organiser Lee Page commented: “We can’t wait to get the event underway next year, seeing friends and family get together for a huge party in the summer is the highlight of the events calendar. Every year the festival is getting bigger and better and we really appreciate the support we get from Fi.Festers. We can’t wait to have the full release out and have everyone get together.”

Tickets for the event, which was sold out last year, are available to buy from today at www.fifest.com.

Prices start at £30 adult day ticket and £17 under 16s.

Full information about the festival, its line-up, entertainment, facilities, security, and Covid-safe measures can also be found at www.fifest.co.uk.

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