From the creators of Festwich, and brand new for 2019, UK Tribute Festivals present MKF 2019!
This July, the UK's biggest free rock tribute festival comes to Milton Keynes, bringing you blistering sets from the best rock and indie bands in the universe, such as tributes to Queen, Guns 'n' Roses, Stereophonics, Metallica, Arctic Monkeys and loads more, without their costly ticket prices.
You can get your tickets here.
VIP tickets are already extremely limited and expected to sell out quickly again this year, so if you’re wanting to pick up one of these coveted tickets don’t hang about. As always, general admission MKF tickets are free, all you pay is the booking fee.
Over 30 live tribute bands, lots of music and lots of happy faces. Don’t miss out!
Tickets on general sale on Friday 25th January 2019 at 10am!
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