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A Perfect Day

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Saturday 22 February 2020, 07:00pm - 10:00pm
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A festival take-over at Lincoln Drill Hall!

A Perfect Night of live music, interactive games and entertainment and all the loving festival vibes.

'A Perfect Day' – Lincolnshire's one and only festival for disabilities is taking over Lincoln Drill Hall for an amazing night of inclusive festival fun raising funds for the venue and the 2020 festival. A Perfect Night is aimed at people with disabilities their carer's, friends and family.

With a BSL signed headline performance from local power trio rock band Kings and Bears, as well as so many more acts and activities to announce, this year's event is lining up to be spectacular. Avoid disappointment and book your tickets now to join us for A Perfect Night!

*Please note: this is not a seated event. There will be cabaret tables but they are available on a first come first served basis. The ethos for a Perfect Day and Night events and their resounding success is founded in the desire to create a safe, non-judgmental environment for people with disabilities. Able bodied audience members are very welcome also – we simply ask everyone to uphold this ethos.


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Location : Lincoln Drill Hall
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