Let’s Rock Norwich! reveals 2019 line-up

Crowds enjoying Let's Rock Norwich! festival 2017 at Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER

Crowds enjoying Let's Rock Norwich! festival 2017 at Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER - Credit: Archant

After last year's sell-out event, Let's Rock Norwich! has announced its 2019 line-up.

The event in partnership with Eastern Daily Press is returning to Earlham Park, is set to bring the very best of the 80s along with a whole day of family fun.

Let's Rock has been running since 2009 in locations such as Bristol, Southampton, London and Shrewsbury.

Headliners of the Norwich event, which will take place on Saturday, May 25, include Billy Ocean and Erasure's Andy Bell.

Other acts include Marc Almond, Midge Ure, Thompson Twins' Tom Bailey, Go West, Nik Kershaw, Kim Appleby, From The Jam, Limahl, Thomas Dolby and Cutting Crew.

15,000 fans turned out for the Let's Rock festival at Earlham Park last year. Picture: Let's Rock

15,000 fans turned out for the Let's Rock festival at Earlham Park last year. Picture: Let's Rock - Credit: Archant


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Also on the bill are 'The Retrobates Party Live', Belouis Some, Owen Paul, Jennie 'Belle Star' Matthias, Musical Youth, Westworld plus Black Lace's Conga Party.

As the event is aimed at the whole family, children can enjoy activities within the Kids' Kingdom area with an interactive circus, face painting, inflatables and more.

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There will also be multiple bars, plus the all-important posh luxury loos.

Children under 12 go free and gates open at 10am with music from midday.

Billy Ocean will be at the 2017 Reload Festival at the Norfolk Showground.Photo: MARC GILGEN

Billy Ocean will be at the 2017 Reload Festival at the Norfolk Showground.Photo: MARC GILGEN - Credit: MARC GILGEN

VIP tickets are also available and include fast track entry, luxury loos, meal and welcome drink, plus exclusive DJ sets.

Table service is also available if required.

For further details and to book tickets, visit the Lets Rock website.

Nik Kershaw at Let's Rock, Norwich 2017. Picture: Lee Blanchflower

Nik Kershaw at Let's Rock, Norwich 2017. Picture: Lee Blanchflower - Credit: Lee Blanchflower

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