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Music Festival 2006

Did you go to either of our two summer's evening shows at Horsted Keynes -
featuring Billy Mitchell Band, and The Yetties
- and much more

Saturday 22nd July 2006


Billy Mitchell Band Billy Mitchell Band featuring members from "Lindisfarne" and "Jack the Lad". Listen to tracks from the recent album "The Devil's Ground" on-line.

Singer, songwriter, comedian and actor, 'Mitch' as his fans know him, entertains audiences wherever and whenever he performs.

Whether working solo, or with his band, Mitch turns a good night into a great one.

The all round entertainment skills, honed over many years, enable him to leave people with a warm inner glow and a smile on their faces.

 

Tickets for the evening are priced at £15 if booked on or before 2nd July, thereafter £19
Available from Bluebell Railway Music Festival, Horsted Keynes Station, Haywards Heath, RH17 7BB or telephone 01825 720831.

An evening train service will connect with the show. Evening show tickets entitle the holder to unlimited train travel on the Bluebell Railway all day on Saturday 22nd July

A BBQ and real ale bar will be available


Sunday 23rd July 2006

Sunday's musical events include:


The Yetties
The Yetties

Sunday Evening with
The Yetties


In the evening, The Yetties will be back for their 9th year running and performing in the marquee at Horsted Keynes. An evening train service will also be in operation together with a real ale bar and BBQ

Tickets for the evening show are priced at £12.50 if purchased on or before 2nd July, or £15.00 thereafter.
Available from Bluebell Railway Music Festival, Horsted Keynes Station, Haywards Heath, RH17 7BB or telephone 01825 720831.

Originating from Yetminster in Dorset, the popular threesome are well known visitors of the Bluebell with their song and humour which has kept them busy touring the world including Nepal (the rightful home of the Yeti) since they turned professional in 1967.

They have recorded 45 albums over the years. For years they have had a regular series on BBC Radio 2 called 'Cider & Song'. They also have numerous other Radio and TV appearances to their credit. They must be about the only performers to have worked on BBC Radios 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

The Yetties represent the heart and soul of England, which is still there if you dig deep enough. Modern technology has changed our lifestyles a tremendous amount but people don't change that rapidly they still, given the chance, like a good old sing-along of an evening.


Weekend Season Tickets

Why not stay in the area for the whole weekend and enjoy rides on our trains and both evening concerts?
Two-day tickets are priced at £25.00 if purchased on or before 2nd July or £30.00 thereafter.

Group Tickets

Discounts for groups of 30 or more: Advance purchase discounted rate, with 5 free tickets for every 25 paying customers.

Tickets available from:

The Bluebell Railway Music Festival,
Horsted Keynes Station
West Sussex
RHI7 7BB

Or Telephone 01825 720831

Camping at Horsted Keynes

Bring your tent or caravan; £10 for one night, or up to three nights.
Advance booking essential (not available on the day) - from above address.

Tickets for the evening concerts entitle you to a return steam train ride in the evening between Sheffield Park and Horsted Keynes, and also unlimited travel on our trains throughout the day in question, should you wish to arrive earlier.


Visit Billy Mitchell, Bluebell Railway Band and The Yetties own web sites.

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Every effort will be made to operate the events as planned, however, unforeseen problems may entail cancellation or alteration. The Bluebell Railway reserves the right to vary any of the provisions without prior notice.


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