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New music festival to honour Caroline Flack

New music festival to honour Caroline Flack

A festival to celebrate the life of Caroline Flack and raise money for mental health charities is going to take place this summer.

The former Love Island and Xtra Factor presenter was found at her home in Stoke Newington, northeast London, on February 15th, 2020.

Flack died by suicide, she was only 40.

She had been due to stand trial for assaulting her boyfriend, former tennis player and model Lewis Burton in December after police arriving at the bloodstained scene described it as looking like โ€œa horror movieโ€.

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Two years on from Flack's death, a new festival has been launched to honour her, with the festival to take place this summer.

"Flackstock" will see live music and comedy throughout the festival, with the event being in aid of Mind Charity, Samaritans Charity, Choose Love and Charlie Walle charities in the UK.

Musical acts such as Professor Green and Fleur East will attend the new festival as well as famous faces like Louise Redknapp and Paddy McGuinness.

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Fellow TV host Keith Lemon is also a Founder Friend of Flackstock, which will take place on the beautiful grounds of Englefield House, Berkshire on the 25th July 2022.

The one-day event on the 25th of July, called Flackstock, will feature comedy, dance and music acts.

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