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THE SUMMER OF LOVE is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 14.
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Exactly 50 years after one of the most important cultural events in history, The Summer Of Love anniversary concert takes you back on a nostalgic musical journey to that incredible summer of 1967 - an eclectic explosion of flowers, psychedelia, freedom, peace and love and, of course, timeless music that inspired a generation. With original 1960s film footage, The Summer Of Love also features a full live band performing songs such as 'California Dreaming', 'San Francisco', 'Turn Turn, Turn', 'Somebody To Love', 'Happy Together', 'Brown Eyed Girl', and over 40 more classic songs from the summer that changed the world.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from The summer of love My hubby and I enjoyed the show but do not like when audience are asked to stand up some people can be disabled and the show is ruined due to lack of visibilty
Date published: 2017-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely brilliant Went to this event with my wife and 17 year old daughter. Was a fantastic show thoroughly enjoyed by us all. Sound was fantastic and the singers and band could not be faulted. Great humour throughout too. Sad that auditorium was only half full at best as the show was really worth seeing. I would love to see this show again. A word about Grimsby Auditorium, great venue with a massive free car park and friendly staff. Fantastic!!
Date published: 2017-11-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Personal Perspective The show began well, setting the scene with a cascade of songs by Janice Joplin, Van Morrison and others with video screens behind the musicians showing footage from 1967. Two of the band spoke as if they were girlfriend and boyfriend at the beginning of a new era of freedom in relationships before he volunteered to fight in Vietnam which led into an increasing focus on the war in the songs and supporting video footage. I guess it would have been more historically accurate if the band had presented Dylan singing All Along the Watchtower from 1967 rather than Hendrix's slightly later version whilst the recording of another Dylan song Mr Tambourine Man by the Byrds predated the summer of love 1967. For me the highlight of the show was the performance of Scott Mackenzie's anthem San Francisco which I remember so well from the summer of 1967 when I was a boy of thirteen going on fourteen. I also enjoyed Light My Fire by the Doors along with two songs by the Mamas and Papas Monday Monday and California Dreaming. In the second half of the show I became increasingly aware that songs were from other years than 1967 including George Harrison's Here Comes the Sun which was released in 1969 on the Abbey Road album, Something in the Air by Thunderclap Newman which was released in 1969 and Gimme Shelter by the Rolling Stones which was released on Let it Bleed in 1969. As the show came to end I felt a little disappointed I had not heard Strawberry Fields or All You Need is Love by the Beatles or Waterloo Sunset by the Kinks or A Whiter Shade of Pale by Procol Harem which was always getting played at youth club in 1967. Eden Court Theatre in Inverness was full for the show and the audience got up to dance and clap. For a final encore the band performed John Lennon's Give Peace a Chance which once again was from 1969 which was fitting although they didn't know all the words apart from the chorus. I felt it would have been better to have finished on another song from the summer of love, perhaps taking us back to San Francisco with the Flower Pot Men? So overall, the show was enjoyable if not historically accurate in its choice of songs.
Date published: 2017-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fancy dress concert I went with my wife and thoroughly enjoyed the show. Recognised virtually all of the tunes and joined in the singalong. Nice to see a few people taking it even further by wearing 1960s fancy dress.
Date published: 2017-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you did not remember the sixties then hello to the summer of love Wow what an accomplished show. Very tight harmonies and superb individual vocals accompanied by a fantastic set. Loved the finale
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great show great evening The show was great the music was fab , the venue was superb .
Date published: 2017-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Summer of Love A thoroughly enjoyable energetic group who sang the songs of 1967 brilliantly, it was action packed, and the guitarist portraying Jimmy Hendrix was amazing!
Date published: 2017-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a show! What a talented group of musicians who involved and animated the audience for the whole evening. So pleased that much of the audience stood up to applaud at the end as they’d thoroughly deserved it. Liked the black and white film that gave a good background and narrative to the show. Glad that the show came to Scunthorpe so it was near enough to get to. Good luck with the rest of the tour!
Date published: 2017-11-15
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