‘Party in the Park’, a new summer music festival coming to Normanby Hall Country Park this summer with an exciting line-up of international and local acts.Continue reading Toploader Headlining // Party in the Park
FREE BUS SERVICE TO NORMANBY HALL THIS BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND!!!
Children’s television favourite Katy Ashworth is one of the exciting acts performing at this year’s Bank Holiday Festival at the award-winning Normanby Hall Country Park on 25, 26 and 27 May 2019 from 10am to 5pm.
Around 15,000 people flocked to the first Normanby Hall Country Park Bank Holiday Festival that took place in May last year.Continue reading Bank holiday family festival // normanby hall
North Lincolnshire Armed Forces Day returns this year on June 22nd with a special SPITFIRE FLYPAST as well as unique performances from The Nottinghamshire Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers.
Scunthorpe’s own Jake Quickenden is to return to the town to perform in a new dance show.Continue reading Jake Quickenden is to return to the town to perform in a new dance show.
80’s Mania is a feel-good, fantasy concert celebrating the smash hits from the heroes of the 1980s including Duran Duran, The Human League, Kim Wilde, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Culture Club, Wham, Nena, Toni Basil, Dead or Alive, Madness, Madonna and many many more!Continue reading REVIEW // 80’s Mania @ The Baths Hall
This Bank Holiday Sunday there was a lot of live music going on across Scunthorpe. If you attended a gig and fancy writing a review then email it to email@example.com
The Penny Bank has been rocking it’s foundations a fair few times in the recent months but if you are a fan of classic tunes from that genre then last Bank Holiday Sunday it was the place to be.
The popular venue played host to a truly astounding 60s / 70s rock anthems set from The Tripdown Project. Far above your usual pub band, these guys play at a very professional level and had toes tapping and heads bopping from their first track onwards.
Their rousing set included tracks from such giants as Creme, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Bowie and even The Beatles and Elton John among many others. Real crowd pleasers which was easily reflected by the patrons getting to their feet – especially during their well loved rendition of “Twist and shout” and there was a bit of a hair storm to rival the 70s during their powerhouse finale with Black Sabbath’s “War pigs”.
These lads did their heroes proud, you only had to close your eyes to their riffs and you felt like you were in presence of the Clapton, Ronson, Townsend et all.
I very much hope they make a return visit – if they do, go see them – you will not be disappointed.
Guest Reviewer Kay
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