The Zero Degrees Festival is an exciting and eclectic mix of music, culture and sport, and will be returning to Louth next week.
This year’s three week long festival kicks off on Friday June 20 with ‘Party in the Pews’, which will see St James’ Church comes alive with local talent from 6pm.
On Sunday June 22 it’s ‘Vintage Day’ in the Cornmarket, with a European-style cafe culture, live music, dancing, stalls selling vintage clothes and memorabilia, vintage cars - and, of course, lots of people dressed in vintage clothing. There will be prizes for the best vintage gear.
Nicola Marshall, Louth Town Manager, said: ‘The Zero Degrees Festival is a terrific showcase for Louth’s home-grown talent – be it music, arts, sports, comedy – all taking place in our home town of Louth. Watch out Edinburgh Festival!”
There will be lots of other events coming up soon, so keep your eyes peeled.