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Top talent at festival

PUBLISHED: 17:55 07 August 2008 | UPDATED: 11:32 03 July 2010

THERE will be more local talent performing at the two-day St Nick's music festival taking place on Saturday September 13 and Sunday September 14 at St Nicholas Park, Great Yarmouth seafront.

THERE will be more local talent performing at the two-day St Nick's music festival taking place on Saturday September 13 and Sunday September 14 at St Nicholas Park, Great Yarmouth seafront.

The event is a fund raiser for TCMF4 and will feature all the top performers from the previous festival, TCMF3.

On Saturday 13, High Voltage the top UK AC-DC tribute band and Jilted Generation top UK Prodigy tribute are the headliners.

On Sunday 14 the Jam'd top UK Jam tribute and the east's most popular ska band Monkey Spanner are the headliners. The region's top local acts will fill the rest of each day's agenda.

TCMF organiser Chris Anson said: “It's been three years and funding has always been a struggle. TCMF has to change if it is to continue. One thing that will never change though is that TCMF will always be a podium for the people. Plans are afoot to make TCMF self funding so the future of the event will be secured.”

St Nick's Music Festival will run 11am-midnight both days besides local music, there will be a kiddies funfair, bouncy castles huge variety of stalls good fast food and a bar.

Tickets are £8 advance or £10 on gate all classes with under fives going free. Available from Better Leisure King Street or Music Lovers, Gorleston High Street or on line at www.emulive.co.uk .

Special two day tickets £13 or day family tickets £20 are available by post only. Send SAE/cheque/PO to C Anson, 12 Row 48, Great Yarmouth NR30 1HU. Information and Trade stalls call 07768,260121.

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