The inaugural Horsham Fake Festival was held on Saturday June 4 at The Holbrook Club bringing together a full day of live music for what was truly an amazing event.
Almost 1,000 local residents attended including many families with their children who enjoyed the family zone.
The festival gave five local bands the opportunity to perform and showcase their skills on a professional stage in front of a large audience, before the three main headline tribute acts came to the stage.
Club manager Matthew Russell said: “This was a great event for the club to put on and we really appreciated the support and positive feedback we received from those who attended and the local community.
“The Holbrook Club is a not for profit community based club and the Horsham Fake Festival helped raise some much needed funds that will help us to continue to deliver affordable community sports facilities for local residents.”
The festival also supported local charity Horsham Community Responders who attended the event and helped raise funds and awareness for the invaluable work they do.
If you would like to find out more about the work of this great charity visit www.horshamresponders.org