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RAMSBOTTOM FESTIVAL REVEALS LINE-UP AND NEW NAME FOR 2017

Ramsbottom Festival has been rebranded as Head for the Hills for 2017. The festival returns to Ramsbottom Cricket Club from September 15th to 17th and will be headlined by Beth Orton and The Stranglers.

Beth Orton will be bringing her folktronica sound to the Saturday night headline slot, after her success last year with acclaimed album Kidsticks.

New wave punk band The Stranglers will arrive in Ramsbottom off the back of a major UK and Australian tour to close the festival on Sunday.

The three-day festival will also feature family raves hosted by Pennine Pop and Take Me To Church and other child-friendly fun, as well as food stalls and beer tents offering a range of local craft ales including a specially-brewed festival beer.

There will also be performing arts and theatre including staged shows, walkabout comedy, acrobatic storytelling, installations and workshops including sketching sessions and print and lantern-making.

Tickets are on sale now for the event, which is organised by The Met in Bury in association with Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall.

Day tickets start at £29 with weekend passes priced from £72, with discounts for children and families. Kids under six go free. Visit headforthehills.org.uk for more information.

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