Gearing up for youth festival in Clanfield

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THE country’s biggest alcohol-free rock festival is just two weeks away – and is taking place on our doorstep.

Butserfest will take place at Queen Elizabeth Country Park, near Clanfield, on Saturday, September 13.

The headline acts have been announced as The Blackout and Kids In Glass Houses.

The event has been organised by East Hampshire District Council and Southampton Solent University.

On the main stage will be: The Blackout; Kids In Glass Houses; Feed The Rhino; George Barnett; Blitz Kids; Tek-One; I Divide; The Hype Theory; Aurora; Create To Inspire; and Bourne.

On the alternative stage will be: Sonic Boom Six; TRC; Gnarwolves; Astroid Boys; Baby Godzilla; Black Futures; The Catharsis; Our Hollow, Our Home; EMP!RE; When We Were Wolves; Saint[The]Sinner; Gone By Tomorrow; and At The Lighthouse.

There will also be several local bands being introduced at another stage. For tickets see or visit The Spring, in East Street, Havant.