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Hale Barns Carnival Is Back Bigger Than Ever

hale barns carnival
15 Jul 2019

The Hale Barns Carnival is back for 2019 with free day time fun and amazing night time acts. 

The summer sunshine has finally arrived and the Hale Barns Carnival 2019 is fastly approaching.

Taking place across the weekend of Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July 2019, the two-day festival will offering free entry with more than 100 attractions including a traditional fun fair, falconry displays, supercars, sports, arts and crafts, artisan market, and food village. 

Plus each evening, there will an all-star ticketed live concert with the likes of Martin Kemp, Owen Paul, Nathan Moore, Odyssey and the Real Thing to perfectly round off two fantastic days. Tickets are still available with the ticket revenue will go towards community projects.

This is the third annual Hale Barns Carnival. Hale Barns Events are once again inviting visitors to enjoy the daytime carnival atmosphere free of charge between 12pm and 5pm on both days.

What’s on at the Free Hale Barns Daytime Carnival

The weekend’s programme will open at 12pm on the Saturday with a special performance from the Manchester Survivors Choir, made up of survivors and people directly affected by the Manchester Arena bomb attack in 2017, on the B&M Stage. 

The day time carnival will continue with huge host of live music and acts will take to the B&M Stage throughout the day on both Saturday and Sunday, and will include local bands, dance troupes, choirs and tributes.

Performers across the weekend include Bananarama tribute Nanarama; State of Quo, a tribute to Status Quo; Irish dancing; electric and acoustic group String Infusion; charting Country music star Danny McMahon; Scarlett Quigley from The Voice; Retro City Orchestra; The Urban Poet Ged Austin; and the Oxfam Fashion Show.

In the High Jinx 200-seater inflatable centerpiece, which will feature shows throughout the day, showcasing the wonderful talents of magician and illusionist Michael Jordan.

Cheshire’s very own Vale Royal Falconry make a welcome return to educate visitors about British birds of prey and show off impressive aerial displays to be shown across the weekend. Plus you can check out the skills of master wood carvers while they work live and turn tree trunks into forest animals right in front of their eyes.

If that is not enough, Robinsons Brewery in Stockport will show their stunning Shire horses, which visitors can meet the horses and learn about Robinsons’ new breeding programme.

Motor enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice with an impressive display of sports and classics cars, including James Bond’s very own Aston Martin Db5 and the DeLorean made famous in the Back To The Future films.

Seldon’s Fun Fair return with traditional rides and experiences for festivalgoers of all ages. New for 2019, Kids Craft Clubs will be located across the site where youngsters can try their hand at SandArt and other craft activities.

Plus the Hale Barns Carnival Food Village will be featuring award-winning offering this year includes wood fired pizza, Belgium waffles, halloumi fries, and Greek souvlaki; with Robinsons Brewry hosting its very own unique pub experience on the showground with pop-up bars and terraces.

Complimentary daytime admission is made possible thanks to the support of event sponsors retail giant B&M, Manchester Airport, and Benchmark Security Group.

What’s on at The Hales Barn Evening Concert

The evening concerts are ticketed. Gates open at 6pm with the concerts starting at 7.30pm both evenings. 

Saturday evening’s concert will bring live performances from groups The Real Thing and Odyssey.

While on the Sunday there is 80s-themed concert with performers Owen Paul and Nathan Moore, followed by headliner Martin Kemp with a Back To The 80s DJ set.

Where will the Hales Barns Carnival Take Place

The Hales Barns Carnival will take place on St Ambrose Playing Field, Hale Road, Hale Barns, WA15 0HE

On site parking is available for £5 for all day. 

Tickets to Hale Barns Carnival Evening Concert

The day time carnival is free entry and does not require tickets. 

Ticekts to the evening concerts cost £25 per evening or £45 full weekend pass for adults and £10 per evening or £15 for the weekend pass for under 16 year old (plus booking fee)

To book tickets you can call 0844 8889991 or book online here. 

For more information about the Hale Barnes Carnival see here



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