Cheshire?s three-day Family Music, Food and Lifestyle Festival Deva Fest finishes with a bang on Sunday 8th September when a live symphony orchestra will take to the stage to reimagine 30 years of Ibiza dance anthems.
Symphonic Ibiza fuses a thrilling live orchestra with high tempo beats from renowned club DJ Andy Joyce, whose credentials include residencies at Ibiza super-clubs Pacha, Amnesia, Eden and Café Mambo, directed by musical genius Steve Etherington.
Add in dance legends K-Klass, a full-on bingo session from Kev & Perry?s BinGO Large featuring more Ibiza dance classics and fancy-dress prizes for all age groups who get into the Old School neon spirit and Sunday at Deva Fest promises to be one big hands-in-the-air glow stick waving day!
Festival goers can enjoy some of the best food and drink the region has to offer with a hand-picked selection of bars and street food vendors curated by the organisers of the yearly Food and Drink festival at Chester Racecourse - Taste Cheshire. So you can enjoy the finest gin, prosecco, cocktails and craft beers alongside great food from local producers.
A collaboration between We Love Good Times and Taste Cheshire, Deva Fest will be a three-day party of music, food and drink, Roman Gladiators, parades, fairground rides and lots of fun for every member of the family running from the 6th to 8th of September. Taking place at Chester Lakes, Dodleston there will be over 50 different food and drink offers, local chefs cooking, fairground rides included in the entrance price and even a shuttle bus running at the start and end of the days to and from Chester Railway Station.
Saturday is Carnival Day with headline act The Feeling who sold over 1.5 million copies of their ?Twelve Stops and Home? album worldwide. With hit singles including ?Fill My Little World?, ?Love it When You Call?, ?Sewn? and ?Never be Lonely? the iconic band have a string of awards to their name. Day of the Dead parades and colourful fancy dress are the order of the day as we celebrate a day of colour and fun
The festival opens with a party on Friday night featuring the high energy rhythm and blues of local band Zoot Serious & the Bellyful of Bop and a full-on trip to the Oktoberfest with Jack Whitehall?s favourite um pah band The Bavarian Strollers.