100 free tickets available for Ukrainian refugees, teachers, charity worker and NHS staff to The Cambridge Club Festival
Ukrainian refugees and those people who have been helping them as well as teachers, charity workers and NHS staff will be offered tickets to this weekend’s The Cambridge Club Festival.
Tickets for Good and The Cambridge Club Festival have jointly funded 100 tickets, which will be allocated to deserving people. The partnership has also pledged hundreds of tickets to key workers with only a £3.50 booking fee.
The Cambridge Club Festival, which is supported by the Cambridge Independent, takes place from June 10 to 12. It features a staggering line-up that includes Diana Ross, Nile Rodgers & Chic and The Jacksons.
The subsidised tickets are part funded by The Ticket Fund, which is overseen by Tickets for Good, and generated by donations made by buyers at WeGotTickets.co.uk. Charities and key workers can apply at ticketsforkeyworkers.co.uk.
Sam Mellor, S&C Productions head of marketing, said: “Building on a successful partnership with Tickets for Good in 2021 with NHS staff, we’re really pleased to expand this offer to key workers this year – as well as Ukrainian refugees and charity workers.”
This week’s Cambridge Independent features an exclusive programme for the festival, including site map, set times, highlights and a Mica Paris interview.