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September 2019
Festivals

The Magic Gang are going to play a mini-festival at Stansted Airport, of all places

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Published: 3:23 pm, February 21, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
The Magic Gang are going to play a mini-festival at Stansted Airport, of all places

Stansted Airport has announced its own mini-festival, Departure Live Lounge.

The afternoon event will take place on Saturday 2nd March, featuring sets from The Magic Gang, Eliza and the Bear, Lotto Boyzz and Jammer.

Unsurprisingly, it’s billed as “the UK’s first music festival to take place in the departures lounge of an airport.”

Lois Robertson, Brand and Marketing Manager at London Stansted Airport comments: “We’re incredibly excited that some of the UK’s best urban and rock artists such as Jammer and The Magic Gang will be performing at London Stansted this March.

“Departures Live Lounge will see us celebrate some of the finest local musical talent and we’re delighted that many of our travellers will get a first glimpse at some of their favourite acts ahead of their various appearances during this summer’s European Festival season.”

The Magic Gang are going to play a mini-festival at Stansted Airport, of all places

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