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Party at the Wharf 2018

Starring Toploader with Austin Gold

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SATURDAY 14 JULY

OUNDLE WHARF, STATION ROAD

TICKETS:
In advance if booked by 23 June 2018: £18 adult / £10 u18
In advance from 24 June 2018: £20 adult / £12.50 u18
On the door (if available): £25 adult / £15 u18

U12s free (must be booked and accompanied by a paying adult)

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2.00pm Set up your gazebo pitch
4.00pm Gates open
5.00pm Let the fun begin!
10.45pm The party's over... til next year!

Join us for Oundle’s “party of the year” - a fantastic evening of music and fun under the stars. Whether you just want to relax with friends, enjoy your own picnic, visit one of the food stalls or let the kids enjoy some of the extra entertainments, the Wharf is the place to be. A bar stocked with drinks, including beers from Nene Valley Brewery will also be ready to serve. This year we are proud to give star billing to Toploader supported by the Peterborough based breakthrough band Austin Gold. Other support bands, including popular local band Desperate Measures, will feature from 5pm.

Since exploding onto the scene shortly after forming in 1997, the multi-time Brit Award nominated band, Toploader, have over two million album sales and a string of top 20 hits to their name. Right from their debut hit single Achilles Heel to tracks like Dancing in the Moonlight, Some Kind of Wonderful, and the more recent Roll with the Punches, Toploader have never failed to please the crowd. They have backed the likes of Robbie Williams, Tom Jones and Bon Jovi in venues around the world and have performed at a host of festivals, including Glastonbury, Chris Evans’s CarFest, and V-Fest.

One of a growing new generation of blues rockers, Austin Gold draw upon a vast array of legendary musical influences including Pink Floyd, Foo Fighters, Gary Moore, and Led Zeppelin as well as the song writing of David Bowie, Gerry Rafferty and The Eagles. With vibes fleeting from southern rock and solid grooves, to blissful Pink Floyd style anthems, their music’s bedrock for giant guitar solos is in place. Playing their own material as well as covers of some of the greatest rock songs, this fantastic fi ve piece band will have Party goers on their feet in no time.

 

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