Wild Life Festival: check out our live blog

The big top being set up at Shoreham Airport for the Wild Life Festival PHOTO: Eddie Mitchell SUS-150106-111139001

The big top being set up at Shoreham Airport for the Wild Life Festival PHOTO: Eddie Mitchell SUS-150106-111139001

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AFTER months of debate and mixed reactions, the Wild Life Festival is finally here.

An estimated 35,000 people each day from across Sussex and beyond will be in attendance for the inaugural event at Shoreham Airport.

And we have our reporters attending to bring you news and photos as part of our live blog.

We will also be adding your Tweets from the venue. Just add the hashtag #wildlifefestival and we will look out for the best Tweets to add to the blog.

Thousands of people from across the county have bought tickets and are looking forward to seeing top-name acts perform.

Some of the headliners include DJ Mark Ronson, George Ezra, Rudimental, Disclosure, Wu Tang Clan and NAS. Plus, there are dozens of other acts scheduled to perform across the weekend.

Keep checking our websites, social media accounts and next week’s papers, when we will feature a picture special.

Once the dust settles, we also want to hear what you thought about the festival – good or bad. You can share you thoughts by emailing us at letters@worthingherald.co.uk, calling the newsdesk on 01903 282363 or commenting on our Facebook and Twitter accounts.

And you can send in your pictures, too, to reader.pictures@worthingherald.co.uk

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