DumbFest started in 2010 as a fundraising project for the Dumball Rally, a cut-price car rally where teams buy a clapped-out old car, do it up and wear fancy dress while driving for a week around some of the strangest parts of Europe, such as Kosovo, Serbia, Croatia and Lithuania. All of this is done in the name of charity, with the rally raising nearly ?200,000 in the last five years. Since 2007, all of the fundraising has been targeted at Teenage Cancer Trust - improving the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer. This year, at our new venue, The Phoenix Theatre, we have an eclectic mix of brilliant artists performing on multiple stages (indoor and outdoor), that span all genres of music; pop, rock, folk, blues and even ska. For the first time we will also have a comedy stage featuring the likes of Simon Donald, creator of the comic Viz.
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Music Festival in aid of The Teenage Cancer Trust