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Fun Lovin’ Criminals to headline Sausage and Cider Festival in Aberdeen

By Kyle Ritchie

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Fun Lovin’ Criminals will headline the Sausage and Cider Festival in Aberdeen this summer.

The event will take place in Hazelhead Park on Saturday, July 20.

The US rap rock band will be taking to the stage to headline the festival with their infectious blend of cinematic hip-hop, rock ‘n’ roll, blues-jazz and latin-soul. They will be playing all their hits including the massive song Scooby Snacks.

Fun Lovin' Criminals will headline the Sausage and Cider Festival in Aberdeen.
Fun Lovin' Criminals will headline the Sausage and Cider Festival in Aberdeen.

Other confirmed tribute acts are Supersonic Queen, ABBA Voyage and Jamirroriquai, with more yet to be announced.

The festival will feature 30+ cider flavours, alongside craft beer, spirits, wine, cocktails and soft drinks.

Alongside these will be 20+ sausage flavours ranging from maple and chilli, vegetarian and cheese.

There will be a huge festival market, on-stage sausage eating contests and six-round chilli eating competitions.

There will also be the return of the much loved fan favourite silent disco.

Sausage and Cider Festival marketing manager Lee Fudge said: “We are delighted to have the Fun Lovin’ Criminals at Sausage and Cider Festival Aberdeen for a huge feel-good event.

“Festival goers can expect epic entertainment, food, drink and even an extra stage for the little ones to enjoy.

“Following this exciting band announcement tickets will sell out quickly.”

The event will run from 2pm-11pm. Under 18s must be accompanied by someone above the age of 21. No more than three under 18s can be accompanied by the same 21 year old.

Tickets can be purchased at https://www.sausageandciderfest.co.uk/aberdeen

For any partnership or hospitality enquiries people can email info@sausageandciderfest.co.uk

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