High expectation, top talent, bottomed out prices

marlborough rising

Marlborough Rising is making Marlborough THE destination for festival goers this Autumn, with headline bands such as Scouting for girls hitting the stage at a very attractive ticket price.

The festival, which was birthed in the wake of the loss of Marlborough international Jazz festival is a triumph for local people and tourism, offering a broader range of musical influences to suit all tastes in the backdrop of our beautiful town.

The festival has attracted some internationally recognised artists such as the three-piece pop punk band “Scouting for girls”, London four-piece band “Turin Brakes” and singer, pianist and songwriter “Joe Stilgoe” as well as a variety of other bands and supporting arts, including homegrown local talent. You can view the full line-up here.

Festival goers will be treated to three days’ worth of non-stop musical entertainment from mr logo pink whiteFriday 7th of September until Sunday 9th of September with 4 different stages across the town, offering an unbelievable variety of musical talent.

Tickets for individual acts start from just £15.00 per person with headline acts selling quickly at the early bird price of £22-£25.00 but these prices won’t last, and tickets are expected to sell out quickly. Click here to snap up your favourite artist at a bargain price.

Come along to support this fantastic local festival and let’s see it return year on year!

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