Best Brits Saturday at Hale Barns Carnival

St Ambrose College Playing Fields, Hale Barns.

GATES OPEN 6PM

FIRST ACT: 7PM

FINISH: 10PM

Please Note: No Food or Drink is allowed to be brought from home, Food Vendors & Bars inside the site. No Dogs due to school fields.

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WEEKEND PASS (SAT & SUN) £32.40 (£30.00) Transaction fee applicable *
Includes access to Ultimate Disco Sunday & Best Brits Saturday events.
GENERAL ADMISSION £16.50 (£15.00) Transaction fee applicable *
GENERAL ADMISSION (UNDER 16 £5.50 (£5.00) Transaction fee applicable *

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BEST BRITS SATURDAY  with The Pretend Beatles, The Sound of Bowie & George Michael by Andrew Browning!

 ‘Best Brits Saturday’ sees the carnival taken over by Beatlemania with one of the UK’s Top Tribute bands; The Pretend Beatles who will be headlining the Saturday evening concert along with the incredible ‘Sound of Bowie’ performing a special David Bowie set and George Michael tribute; Andrew Browning who has won critical acclaim for his portrayal of the ‘faith’ singer. All three acts bring their live theatre show to the Hale Barns outdoor stage with lavish costumes, authentic instruments and special effects.
The Pretend Beatles have performed their fun-filled show around the world and now it’s Hale Barns turn to get caught up once again in Beatlemania; The band have over 20 years of experience and have been praised time after time for their authenticity to the Fab Four, using the same instruments and sound gear as the original foursome to get that proper Beatles sound, the pretend Beatles put on a show which is sure to get you up dancing and singing along to a group which defined a generation and changed the music scene forever. With all the hits performed live including; Hard Days Night, Let it Be, All you need is Love and many more, add to that the superb catalogue of hits from David Bowie and George Michael and you can see why it’s called ‘Best Brits’ - it’s going to be a terrific gig ending with an impressive firework finale.