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Everything you need to know about Homegrown Festival 2018

PUBLISHED: 15:37 08 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:44 08 June 2018

Homegrown Music Festival

Homegrown Music Festival


Homegrown Music Festival returns to Bury St Edmunds for its sixth year to celebrate East Anglia’s best and brightest musicians this weekend.

The festival, which will be hosted at Suffolk Academy, is dedicated to supporting and showcasing the local music scene.

The event starts today and will run until Sunday.

During this time there will be approximately 40 local bands performing across two stages including the likes of The Catch, Kyanos, Fick As Fieves, Among The Citizen and lots more.

This family-friendly event has camping available and lots of alternative activities such as yoga, body painting and a fairy garden.

And for the first year they’re allowing dogs on site too.

For more information and tickets click here. Admission on Sunday is free.

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