Friday 11 May 2018


CHEEKY organisers of eighties and nineties music event Scotfest are asking punters to Grab their Boaby in return for free tickets.
Festival boss Mark Bennett and his team have a little runaround they’ve named Boaby on account of its number plate LB08 - and they are offering Scots free tickets to their Ingliston event this July 6 and 7 if they spot him.
Boaby will be running around Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling, Falkirk, Dumfries, Dundee, Fife and Perth from Wednesdayonwards.
If you see him just go over and knock on the window saying ‘I love the Nineties’ and you will be given a £48 ticket to the event at the Royal Highland Centre.
Festival boss Mark Bennett said: “Our wee Boaby will be running around Scotland with his engine fully revved. He might be small but he packs a lot of punch and in our eyes, is the best wee Boaby in Scotland. 
We’re offering people a free ticket (worth £48)  to Scotfest if they manage to grab him when he is out and about. 
All they need to do is come over, tell us I Love The Nineties and the first people at each destination will be given a ticket.
Scotfest at Ingliston Edinburgh will welcome The Jacksons, Boyzone, B*witched, 5ive, S Club, Five Star, Liberty X, 911, East 17Les McKeown’s Bay City Rollers and local bands on July 6 and July 7. 
They also have a dedicated Kids Zone with inflatables and camping facilities for the family and will be showcasing Scottish food and  tartan. 

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