£148 Million EuroMillions Saves Cancelled Rock Festival

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By admin August 4, 2017 16:42

£148 Million EuroMillions Saves Cancelled Rock Festival

Adrian Bayford decided to use his sprawling estate to host the cancelled rock festival. He took the opportunity to organize the Cambridge Rock Festival in his country mansion. The 46-year-old, along with his wife, Gillian, scooped £148 million in 2012. He has agreed to stage the event at Horseheath Lodge, his sprawling estate near Linton, Cambs, without changing a single penny.

Adrian moved into the grade-II listed Georgian mansion just after the couple split 15 months later. The estate spreads over 90 acres of land. Moreover, yesterday, Adrian joined music fans at the venue and was seen strolling among the crowds wearing a Metallica T-shirt. He was holding a wig. He said, “I want people to enjoy themselves. It makes me feel good to see so many people having fun.”

Due to the widespread land he owns, the music fan thinks he is in a fortunate position where he can help the festival carry on. He also owns the Black Barn Records store, in Cambridge.

Organisers have sold more than a thousand tickets for this four-day music festival. It will see performances by Eddie and the Hotrods, Tygers of Pan Tang, FM, and the Big Band. In total, 80 bands will be performing at this festival. As per the Organiser, Dave Roberts, this will be the 13th full festival. It will be the initiation of a new chapter.

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By admin August 4, 2017 16:42
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