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Tickets are on sale now for Rewind North 2017, the 80s music festival at Capesthorne Hall from August 4th to 6th 2017. Organisers tell us there is something for everyone with the line-up including:

  • Village People
  • Peter Hook
  • Kim Wilde
  • Belinda Carlisle
  • Tom Robinson
  • Status Quo
  • and loads more!

If you fancy staying for the whole weekend, but not pitching a tent — try "Glamping"! Pink Moon guests rock up to find their tent already neatly pitched, meaning they can concentrate on having fun and enjoying the festival. After the day's excitement, they can return to the Pink Moon Campsite for a hot shower and a good night's sleep to revive for the next day.

Don't forget — you can save £££££s by getting your tickets with NO booking fee at Macclesfield Visitor Information Centre, rather than online or by phone.

More info here

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