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Smile Festival set to return to Sudbury this weekend in memory of Arran Tosh




Renowned pop rock bank The Hoosiers are set to headline a diverse line-up at a Sudbury music festival this weekend, organised in memory of a teenage boy who died in 2014.

The second Smile Festival will take place at the AFC Sudbury grounds on Saturday, to raise money for the Smile of Arran Trust.

Both the event and charity were set up in honour of Arran Tosh, who died in 2014, just days after he was diagnosed with a brain tumour.

Sudbury, Suffolk. Smile Music Festival in memory of Arran Tosh, who died of a brain tumour in 2014 aged 1 3 at AFC Sudbury Ground. Pictured are organisers Abbie Tosh and James Price...Picture: MARK BULLIMORE. (14007735)
Sudbury, Suffolk. Smile Music Festival in memory of Arran Tosh, who died of a brain tumour in 2014 aged 1 3 at AFC Sudbury Ground. Pictured are organisers Abbie Tosh and James Price...Picture: MARK BULLIMORE. (14007735)

Arran sister’s Abbie, who is organising the festival, said it is intended to pay tribute to her brother’s love of music, while also helping the trust to support other families whose lives have been affected by a brain tumour.

In addition to The Hoosiers, the live performances at this year’s event will include the likes of Just Jack, Sahara Snow, Tagore Chayne and St Luna.

The gates open at 6pm, with the last few tickets still available for purchase online by going to www.smilefestival.co.uk.



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