St Albans’ Marlborough School to host fifth music festival

06:37 29 June 2014

The MFestival is set to attract more than the 1,500 people they did last year

The MFestival is set to attract more than the 1,500 people they did last year

Archant

A local school is set to host its fifth music festival – and hopes are high that the event will be bigger than ever.

MFestival will once again be gracing the grounds of Marlborough Science Academy in St Albans on Saturday, July 12.

The first festival attracted fewer than 350 people, but in five years it has boomed, with last year seeing more than 1,500 attend and £7,000 raised for the school.

Festival revellers will enjoy the music of local bands, as well as the musical talents of the school’s staff and students.

The day will see lots of activities for the family to enjoy, including face painting, bouncy castle, henna tattoos, jousting, and plenty of festival food.

Gates open at 2pm and the festival goes out with a bang at 10.45pm with a fireworks finale.

To book tickets, go to www.themfestival.co.uk

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