WhizzFizz to return

Aylesbury Vale District Council has announced the return of WhizzFizzFest on Saturday 27 June 2020.

Festival-goers can expect another whizzfizzingly wonderful day as the eagerly-anticipated family-friendly literary and arts festival returns to Aylesbury for 2020.

Following on from last year’s success, WhizzFizzFest will be brimming with exciting celebrity author guests, involving county-wide workshops and a giant puppet parade of local schoolchildren through the town centre.

With many ticketed and free events to attend, the festival will offer returning favourites and new things to see and do, all helping to shape the day into another celebration of children’s art and literature.

As always, WhizzFizzFest is supported by involvement and contributions from the local community.  The council says: ‘Whether you’re a local school, organisation or club or would just like to be involved in this year’s WhizzFizzFest there’s a whole host of opportunities available on the website: whizzfizzfest.org.uk/get-involved

Will Rysdale, Athe council’s Assistant Director – Community Fulfilment, said: ‘Every year WhizzFizzFest continues to grow, attracting fantastic crowds into Aylesbury and building on the town’s amazing community spirit.

‘This year’s event is promising to bring even more family-friendly fun and we can’t wait to be able to announce the line-up for WhizzFizzFest 2020.’

More details, including WhizzFizzFest’s special guests, will be announced in the New Year with tickets being released on Thursday 5 March to celebrate World Book Day.

For more information and all latest festival announcements and updates, follow @WhizzFizzFest on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or visit whizzfizzfest.org.uk

The festival is inspired by the work of late author Roald Dahl, who lived and worked in Princes Risborough.