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Thorpe Park reveals new festival-style ParkVibes event this summer

THORPE Park has announced a brand new event this summer called ParkVibes, for Brits wanting that festival experience.

Running from June 21 to July 25, the event will include live music and street performances and entertainment.

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Thorpe Park has reopened – and has exciting new events starting this month[/caption]

Including musicians and dancers, the full line up will be revealed nearer the event on social media.

According to the theme park: “ParkVibes invites thrill seekers to awaken their senses at the UK’s most thrilling theme park, whilst soaking up the summer vibes with street dancers, live music, limited-edition menu items, and street entertainment.”

The event is included with any standard entry ticket or short break, or for annual pass holders.

It joins their other events happening again this year including Oktoberfest, running from September 3 to October 3, which launched for the first time last year.

More is to be revealed about ParkVibes
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Anyone with day tickets will be able to enjoy the event[/caption]

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The park has also announced the return of Oktoberfest and Fright Nights this year[/caption]

Also returning this year from October 8-10 and October 15-31 is Thorpe Park’s Fright Nights, their famous Halloween annual event.

Last month, we headed to the theme park’s new Black Mirror Labyrinth — Thorpe Park’s futuristic new attraction and the first of its kind in the UK.

Here are some of the best theme park deals currently on offer, including at the Thorpe Shark Cabins, which start from £49pp.

Guest can also save 30 per cent when they book day tickets in advance, reducing the cost of a ticket from £50 on the day to £35 per person online.

Also new this year is Legoland’s huge new Mythica attraction – here if what you can expect.

Alton Towers has opened their new David Walliam’s land which includes the new Gangsta Granny ride.

One woman made her own dinosaur-themed theme park in her back garden for her young son.

Superdays is also back – and this time we’re bringing you two free tickets to Thorpe Park.

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