Cambridge Rock Festival includes more than 100 bands
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Sounds of guitars, bass, and drums will fill the air for this weekend’s Cambridge Rock Festival.
More than 100 bands will take part over three stages and visitors will be spoilt for choice with the likes of Pure Floyd, Atomic Rooster and Miss-Led set to perform.
Rod Stewart’s former musical director and co-songwriter will be at the festival, performing with his group Cregan and Co, as well as Colour of Noise, Mostly Autumn and Malaya Blue.
Deep Purple’s Don Airey and Friends will also take to the stage, alongside The Broadside Boys, Fresh Cream and Ozzy Ozzspawn.
The event is based at Haggis Farm Polo Club, and camping areas are available.
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Tickets for adults over the four days cost £105 if bought before August 4, with tickets on the gate costing £115
Day tickets start from £25, and can be booked online or on 01353 749749.
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For more, visit cambridgerockfestival.co.uk.