Peter Crouch is holding his own music festival called 'Crouchfest'
You can pretty much guarantee there will be lots of robot dancing
Burnley striker Peter Crouch is to hold his own music festival next month, and tickets are now on sale.
The idea came from the England forward's popular podcast. Despite still being an active footballer, last summer Crouch launched That Peter Crouch Podcast alongside journalist Tom Fordyce and Radio 1 DJ Chris Stark.
The podcast has been so successful that the trio will now host their own festival. Crouchfest promises "live music and special guests" and will take place at London's Indigo at The O2, on Saturday, June 15th. Standing tickets are £12.
— Peter Crouch (@petercrouch) May 24, 2019
Reportedly, the original name for the festival was "Crouchella", but legal troubles may have scuppered that genius title.
Errrrr maybe 👀 you’ll find out on next week’s pod!
— BBC 5 Live Sport (@5liveSport) May 24, 2019
As to what to expect at Crouchfest? Well, nothing has been announced yet. We know he likes a bit of Kasabian, so maybe they will turn up?
— KasabianHQ (@KasabianHQ) June 22, 2018
Multiple videos of Peter Crouch having a large one during the band's set at the Isle of White Festival emerged online last summer.
— This Feeling (@This_Feeling) June 23, 2018
Peter Crouch made six appearances for Burnley this season after joining them in the summer from Stoke City.