The Rock & Bike festival roars back to South Normanton’s Carnfield Hall on July 16-19 with Magnum and Big Country this year’s star attractions.
Over 25 bands will rock the site over the three days, including A Foreigners Journey plus tributes to AC/DC, Bon Jovi, Slade, Areosmith, Megadeth, Judas Priest, The Prodigy, The Levellers, Joan Jett & The Runaways, Whitesnake and Steel Panther.
There will also be original music from the likes of Savage, Fahran, Chase The Ace and Stone. Hell on High Heelz and the daily Western shoot-out from The Wild Bunch also make welcome returns.
There will be a Custom and Classic Bike n Trike show with entries from the best machinery around Europe. This family-friendly festival also boasts a wide range of food, real ales, trade stores, a RockAoke marquee,fairground rides and archery
The Rock & Bike Festival will take place in the grounds of the historic Carnfield Hall estate. Tickets are £40 a ticket for the whole event and there is free parking for bikes/ trikes and the disabled, available from College Street Post Office, Long Eaton, Nanns (Jacques), Draycott, Borrowash Service Station Garage (Wilmot), The Groom Room, Tibshelf, Devil Made Me Do it Tattoo Shop, Clay Cross.