ChorFest 2022: when is the Astley Park music event, how much are tickets and who is playing?
Face painters, food vendors, bars and Frederick's ice-cream will be the order of the weekend at Astley Park as popular music event ChorFest returns.
The two-day live music event at Astley Park which usually attracts crowds of up to 3,000 people will run this evening and Sunday.
The family-friendly community event aims to bring the people of Chorley together for a weekend of live music from tribute bands and locals bands and artists.
Fast food stalls including Greek cuisine, pizza, burgers, speciality coffee and cakes, a sweet stall and the popular slushie wagon will all be available. Three bars will also be on and to serving lot of cold drinks.
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Whos playing on Friday?
7pm - Joe Moon.
8.15pm - Oasis '96.
9.30pm - The Kopycat killers.
Newcomers to ChorFest Accoustic Corners will be performing from 6.30pm.
Doors open at 6pm, with last entry at 8pm.
Fredericks ice-cream will be on hand to cool people down from dancing to all the music.
Who will be performing on Sunday?
If you were lucky enough to snag yourself a ticket for Sunday - here are the acts performing on the day:
1.45pm - Taz Entertainments.
2.30pm - Sambrafiq.
3.15pm - Connor Banks singing Ed Sheeran.
5pm - Karen Kennedy will be paying tribute to Adele.
6.15pm - Anthony James will pay tribute to Meatloaf
7.30pm - Rule the World tribute to take that.
There will be face-painting, bars, Frederick's ice-cream.
Doors open at 1pm, with last entry at 4pm.
What did an event organiser say?
A spokesperson for the group said: "It's been a really, really busy few days and we've still got lots of jobs to do, but today is ChorFest22 - Live Friday Night Music Festival in Astley Park.
"It's going to be a busy day with lots still to do, but we can't wait to greet you when the gates open at 6pm. Get yourselves in and ready for an amazing night of live music, great food, great entertainment but more than that we're getting to spend time with friends and you joining the ChorFest family.
"It's been an incredible 12 months trying to exceed what we did in 2021."
No dogs are permitted, except guide dogs.