It’s back! ParkFest 2016 is being held in the North York Moors National Park on Saturday 23 July – Sunday 24 July, with dynamic ‘gypsy folk and roll’ band Holy Moly & the Crackers kick starting events as they take centre stage at 7pm on Saturday. Just back from their awesome debut performance at Glastonbury 2016, Holy Moly & the Crackers play a lively, moonshine mix of Romani, Americana and contemporary British folk-rock, which is guaranteed to get a few feet tapping!
Set in the enchanting grounds of the Moors National Park Centre, Danby, ParkFest 2016 is being held during National Parks Week, where people get a chance to explore, discover and celebrate the special qualities of our UK National Parks.
Richard Gunton, Director of Park Services at the North York Moors National Park said:
” ParkFest 2016 is a spectacular event for all the family to come along and enjoy. It always has an amazing atmosphere and it’s fantastic to see local businesses getting involved. We’re so pleased to have local band Holy Moly & the Crackers join us again this year, they’re superb!”
Sunday 24 July brings the traditional family fun day into the Park which includes a host of events from outdoor activities, crafts, wildlife, nature and conservation, food and produce, to history and heritage.
The family fun day takes place between 11am to 4pm. Entry is free; certain activities may incur a small charge. All children to be accompanied by an adult. The venue is wheel-chair accessible.
Tickets for Holy Moly & the Crackers are £13 for adults, £6 for 14 years and under (includes parking).
Gates open at 6pm on 23 July; food and bar available; bring along your own chairs and picnic if you like! To book, please call 01439 772738.