Fun in the sun expected on Stevenage Day

Stevenage Day took place in August last year after the original event in June was postponed due to h

Stevenage Day took place in August last year after the original event in June was postponed due to heavy rainfall - Credit: Archant

A FAMILY day which was rained off last year is expecting to see fun in the sun today (Sunday).

The 54th Stevenage Day will take place on King George V Playing Fields, with a two-month postponement of last year’s event due to heavy rainfall now a distant memory.

The fun day starts at midday with almost 200 stalls to browse, as well as free face painting, playground rides and performances from music and dance acts.

Headlining the annual event on the Sound Stage is girl rock band JOANovARC, who will be taking to the stage at 3.30pm, and male indie band All Against Nothing, who follow at 4.15pm.

Other performers include Roxy Searle and Raided By Waves, while the Show Arena features dancing from Sameerh Belly Dancing, Suki and Zorro Dance Academy.


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Visitors also have the chance to enter a prize draw to win prizes including a Samsung Tablet and £100 in shopping vouchers, as well as meet Sniffer the Comet newshound.

Free parking will be available on the day at The Forum, Southgate, Marshgate, Aldi and St George’s Way multi story car parks.

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Councillor Howard Burrell, executive member for children and young people, culture, sport and leisure at Stevenage Borough Council, said: “Stevenage Day provides the perfect platform for local bands and I’m thrilled that this year’s main stage has a wealth of local talent. With a fantastic mix of performers, great stalls, rides, the day is set to be a very special event for the whole town to enjoy.”

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