Harpenden pop-up boutique festival perfect for family fun

PUBLISHED: 17:00 17 June 2018

Harpenden. Picture: DANNY LOO

Harpenden. Picture: DANNY LOO

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Families can enjoy summer fun at a boutique pop-up festival in Harpenden.

There will be live music, a high quality market, refreshments, workshops, face-painting, table sports and performances from Show Kids Circus and Naomi Czuba Dance at Harpfest on June 23.

Co-founder Natalie Harmer said: “The event aims to create a platform for all independent businesses to showcase what they do. It’s a boutique event, we have some really great bands and we have hand selected all the stall holders so it should be a really high quality event.

“There will be some amazing, creative independent people selling some beautiful things.”

It has been organised by local business working space The Harpenden Collective.

The ticketed event is from 1pm till 6pm in Harpenden Hall Walled Garden. Tickets are £15, £7.50 for children, or free for under 5s from www.harpfest.eventbrite.co.uk

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