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Tribute bands lining up for Fake Festival

Where: Gloucester Park, Gloucester GL1 5AT

When: Saturday, May 11, 11.15am to 10.30pm

Back for a third year this Saturday (May 11), Gloucester Fake Festival just keeps getting better.

All six of the 'fake bands' on the line-up put on a superb performance and can't wait to perform their awesomeness and sing their massive anthems with you.

The tribute bands look, sound and move like the real rock stars - you have to see them to believe it.

The bands on the line-up this year are Blondie (Blondied), Bowie (Aladdinsane), Duran Duran (Duran), Foo Fighters (Fu Fighters), The Rolling Stones (The Stones) and Coldplay (Coldplace).

Organisers work hard to ensure their festivals are safe, secure, accessible and friendly - with an environment that caters for all ages.

The giant marquee ensures a warm, lively, inside atmosphere, so you can really enjoy the music.

See the Fake Festivals website for more details.

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