The theme for the 2014 Beeston Festival is “Let’s Go Cycling!”
We are tying in with the Grand Depart (start) of the Tour de France – the worlds greatest cycling event – which takes place in Leeds three weeks after Beeston Festival on 5th July 2014.
Beeston Festival, on Saturday 14th June, is sandwiched between Bike To School Week and National Bike Week. The festival plans to play its part in getting more local people using bikes for transport, for exercise and of course for fun.
There will be a large Bike Try Out Zone organised by Get Cycling. This will be at the heart of festival, located on the old bowling green, near the main stage.
Watch out too for cycle-powered smoothies, bike safety and bike maintenance and the launch of a new regular South Leeds Bike Ride.
Check back for more announcements of bike activities at the festival.
Celtarabria have been unveiled as the first confirmed act for 2014, they will be playing on the main stage at Beeston Festival.
Celtarabia play a wild fusion of Arabic, Andalucian, Celtic, Medieval music and contemporary beats designed to get bodies dancing. Some of this country’s finest world dance musicians play the wildest cross-over music being made in England today. Featuring Hurdy-Gurdy, Hammered Dulcimer, Vocals, Cittern, African and Arabic Percussion, Drum kit, Didjeridu and Bass Guitar.