South Tyneside Festival (Tyne and Wear)
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The South Tyneside Festival has activities and events taking place throughout the summer months of June, July and August, and admission is free.
A annual three-month celebration of music and culture and includes:
- Open-air concerts every Sunday in July at Bents Park
- A summer parade on Sat 6th July, which heads through the streets of South Shields
- proms in the park
- Fun, games and activities for children
- much much more…
There is something for everyone and a full programme can be found on the website.Date:1st June 2019, 10:00 am-7th September 2019, 6:00 pm
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