Activities & Days Out / 31 May, 2018 / My Baba
If you’re looking for something extra special to do with the family this Father’s Day then look no further. The Cambridge Club’s music and food festival is set to go off with a bang, taking place at Haggis Farm in the heart of picturesque Cambridge on Sunday 17th June. With a focus on fabulous food and brilliant music, it’s an action-packed day complete with star-studded line-up to thrill and entertain every family member.
The Cambridge Club have nailed the perfect soundtrack to the festivities. Award-winning songstress Gabrielle and her live band are poised to take centre stage. wowing the audience with some classic hits from the 90’s (you see – dreams can come true!). British DJ and presenter Trevor Nelson’s soulful R&B will provide the perfect backdrop to a hazy summer afternoon, with Craig Charles’ Funk & Soul Club taking the baton to provide the very best in disco, funk, and soul.
The Cambridge Club will yet again host a plethora of delicious top-notch cuisines from all around the world. Indulge in the very best burgers, pizzas, Indian food and more – there’s never been a better place to expand your culinary horizons.
They’ll be a huge selection of craft ales, ciders, gin and wine for those adults fancying a tipple in the sunshine, and some artisanal coffee for needing that extra to boost to last the duration.
The Cambridge Club know how important it is to keep the little ones amused. Their all-new kid’s area by Elissa Gold Events will keep even the most demanding little cherubs entertained with face painting, arts, crafts and games perfect for the great outdoors.
Dad can even indulge in some footie – with their giant screen showing the World Cup action.
The Cambridge Club have really thought of everything. There’s a shuttle bus running from Cambridge City Centre to Haggis Farm and there’s car parking on site. You can book your tickets here – a family ticket for two adults and two children is just £55.