Richmondshire Cricket Club has announced plans for another ALL OUT Weekend.
The event will be held across the Whit Bank Holiday on June 3 to 5.
It will feature Totem Tipi Boundary Bar for live music, drinks, street food provided by cricket club caters Hoodoo and creative arts activities.
The last ALL OUT Weekend saw more than 2,000 people attend
Organiser Chris Layfield said the event was “something new and fresh for Richmond and something that truly complements an already busy weekend”.
“The ALL OUT Weekend saw a rapid growth in attendance since the first year we delivered it in 2018.
With over 2,000-plus people in attendance in 2019 we were overwhelmed by the support and community spirit in the town and the amazing feedback we received after the event.
“The event not only offers a brilliant venue, raises vital funds for this town’s cricket club — it offers something for everyone in our community from families, children, to adults alike.
“There is something for everyone to enjoy across the weekend and that’s why it is so important for us to ensure we bring it back bigger and better than ever for 2022 and post Covid.”
This year’s highlights include a Friday and Saturday evening of live music, drinks, fire pits and dancing to local and well known live bands and artists.
Saturday also see’s Richmondshire Cricket Club take on opposition in the North Yorkshire South Durham Cricket League before the tipi stage opens at 7pm for live music all night.
Sunday sees the return of our family festival day from 12pm to 6pm.
With drinks on tap in the Tipi Bar, food served in the outside kitchen, live bands on all day, the Bellissimo glitter tent, face painting, henna, graffiti art, banner making, t-shirt printing, sports and a Queens Jubilee themed fancy dress competition for all ages plus more
Admission to the event is free.
The event is sponsored by Totem Tipi, Swale Auto Services and Purple Creative Studio.