The show will feature a diverse line-up of bands, and this years first charity partner has been announced as the 3 Pillars: Feeding the Homeless group which supports homeless people in Cambridgeshire. There will be plenty of entertainment for children as well as food outlets and a range of beers and ciders. More information about the line-up is available on the Buckfest website and the Facebook page and more acts will be added as soon as they are confirmed. Buckfest was voted Cambridgeshires number one festival in 2016 and 2017 by festival-goers, and tickets for last years event sold out in four days. Tickets are £8 adults/over 12s or £2 for children aged 12 years and under, and will be available from April 14, from Days of Buckden; Vinyl Revival, Buckden; Nisa, Buckden; Music Street, Huntingdon and Beautiful Swagger, in St Neots. INFO: more information at: www.buckfest.org.