The Vaccines and The Horrors to co-headline first Chazzstock Festival – ticket details Get Tickets

The new charity event is a tribute to the late Charles Haddon of Ou Est La Swimming Pool.

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The Vaccines and The Horrors are set to co-headline the very first Chazzstock Festival.

Taking place at Stanford Hall, Leicestershire from June 9-10, the festival is dedicated to the memory of Charles Haddon of Ou Est La Swimming Pool, who committed suicide after his band performed at Pukkelpop festival in Belgium in 2010.

Of the new, non-profit festival, Freddie Cowan of The Vaccines has said:
Chazzstock is a non-profit festival set up for charity in name and memory of my dear late friend Charlie Haddon. It was a long held ambition of Charlie's to put on his own festival, as always he was rarely concerned with anything but the enjoyment of others and with the combined efforts of his friends and family we are going to see that dream materialise this summer.

He continued: "Expect a festival set up with a unique love and attention, just a few miles from his home, in the beautiful grounds of Stanford Hall, Leicestershire. Please look out for further line up announcements. Thank you, and we hope to see you there."

For more information about the event, visit: Chazzstock.org

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