A MUCH-loved summer music event promises to be bigger and better than ever this year, with one new twist - its new title!

Party in the Park at Greenfield Valley near Holywell is returning as 'Live at the Valley'.

The festival will take the best bits from previous years before taking it up a level for this year's guests.

Live at the Valley will be held at the Greenfield Valley Museum, near Holywell, on Saturday, June, 24, starting at 1pm and finishing at 10pm (Children's activities will end in the early evening). 

The Leader:

Adult tickets are available for £12.50 on the website here.

The best part - children go FREE.

There will be more live music across two stages, circus skills and games, as well as street food, draft beer, and plenty of gin from the bar.

The Leader:

Brenda Harvey, Greenfield Valley Trust chair, said: "It's one of the biggest events the Valley has seen. Music will be played throughout by a whole range of artists.

"The music will be set alongside games and activities to amuse all the family together with a bar and food.

"With free entry for children, we have made sure there is something for everyone and we think it will be an event to remember."

The line up this year includes well-known local Alt Rock/Indie band The Montagues and the George Formby Society who will be bringing their ukuleles.


Those attending are encouraged to bring along their booking confirmation email, electronically or in print, clearly stating the number of tickets you have booked for.

No alcohol will be permitted and bags will be searched by security upon arrival.

The event organisers also ask that you dress for the weather with sensible footwear as it will take place on grass that might be uneven in places.