Top fake acts are heading to Tynemouth as a popular festival makes a return
Stars of the Fake Festival will be heading to Percy Park Rugby Club on Saturday, May 2.
All of our tribute acts spend hours studying the real bands and performers, making sure that their moves, styling and sound is exactly like the real thingJez Lee, owner of Fake Festivals
World-class tributes to Green Day, Bon Jovi and the Arctic Monkeys will be taking to the stage.
Jez Lee, owner of Fake Festivals, said: “When we held the first Fake Festival eight years ago in a small village in Yorkshire, I never imagined how popular tribute acts would become.
“People have really embraced the tribute act scene, and this has been proven by the increasing tour dates each year that we have to put on to accommodate demand.”
Green Date, The Bon Jovi Experience and the Antarctic Monkeys are among the best in their field.
Jez added: “All of our tribute acts spend hours studying the real bands and performers, making sure that their moves, styling and sound is exactly like the real thing.”
Advanced tickets cost £20 for adults, £10 for young people, while family tickets are £50. Children under the age of nine will have free entry.
For more information about the festival visit www.fakefestivals.co.uk