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East Anglia’s biggest Halloween festival returns to Mildenhall

PUBLISHED: 19:00 19 September 2017

Zombie Fest last year, make sure you get your tickets. Picture: MARK BARLEY/ ZOMBIE FEST

Zombie Fest last year, make sure you get your tickets. Picture: MARK BARLEY/ ZOMBIE FEST

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East Anglia’s biggest Halloween music festival, Zombie Fest 3, is returning for its third year.

Zombie Fest 3 is a 12-hour music and Halloween experience, it will have 10 arenas and more than 150 acts.

The annual event will take place on Saturday, October 28, at Mildenhall Stadium, Suffolk, from 6am to 6pm.

Headlining the festival is drum, bass and electronic rock band Pendulum. They will be performing on the new ‘BIG Mainstage.’

Other acts include BBC Radio 1 legend Grooverider, Friction and So Solid Crew’s Romeo and Lisa Maffia.

The festival, which is run by East Anglia’s award-winning dance music promoters BIG, has already had more than 2,000 people sign up.

For tickets and more information visit the website.

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