Greenfield Valley’s ‘Party in the Park’ transforms into ‘Live at the Valley’
The widely loved early summer music event at Greenfield Valley, known as ‘Party in the Park’, has matured, evolving into the grander ‘Live at the Valley’.
This year’s attendees can expect a bigger and better event, echoing a renewed festival feel, enhanced with more live music, engaging activities, and delightful food and drink options.
The Greenfield Valley Trust has ambitiously reinvented the traditional festival, promising to deliver an unforgettable summer day out.
According to Trust Chair Brenda Harvey, the event now boasts a more substantial live music lineup, spread across two stages, while retaining popular elements from previous years.
“Music will be played throughout the event by a range of artists, from the well-known local Alt Rock/Indie band The Montagues to the George Formby Society with their charming ukuleles,” Harvey shared.
In addition to an expanded music programme, festival-goers can look forward to a myriad of activities for the whole family.
There will be circus skills demonstrations, arts and crafts, and a selection of games.
To ensure there’s something for everyone, children are granted free entry, and adults tickets are priced at £12.50.
Foodies will be pleased to know that the event promises an array of street food options alongside draft beer and gin offerings from the bar, catering to a variety of taste preferences.
‘Live at the Valley’ is scheduled for Saturday, 24th June at the Greenfield Valley Museum.
The festivities will commence at 1pm, lasting well into the evening until around 10pm.
While children’s activities will conclude in the early evening, adults can continue to enjoy the event into the night.
Tickets are available online at the Greenfield Valley website or at the Valley’s visitor centre.
Visit https://greenfieldvalley.com/events/live-at-greenfield-valley/ for more information.
This reimagined event is set to be one of the biggest spectacles the Valley has ever seen, promising an extraordinary day of fun, food, and fantastic music.
As Brenda Harvey puts it, “we think it will be an event to remember.” Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: News@Deeside.com