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Back to the 80's 2019

Back to the 80's 2019

This summer there’s a big party for all eighties fans and about time too! this retro 80's Music and Film Festival for all, starting with a relaxed Friday evening open air cinema night, complete with classic 80's films ‘Back to the Future’ and ‘Dirty Dancing’, artisan food and locally supplied drinks from our friends at Seven Brothers Brewery, Tipsy Grey Gin & Fizz and cocktails by Movers & Shakers, and of course – POPCORN!

Then gear up for Saturday, which plays host to an all-day Live Tribute Festival showcasing fantastic 80's award winning artists Madonna, Boy George, Blondie, Madness, David Bowie and the icon of the eighties George Michael.

Dig deep to the depths of your wardrobe for the Best 80's Outfits Competition, with a prize for the best and most inventive creation on the day!

All set against the backdrop of beautiful New Hill Farm, comprising 12.5 acres of rolling farmland - which will also be dressed up for the occasion! 

Bring your dancing shoes and best singing voice and help us celebrate with a day of non-stop music and entertainment, including Bits ‘n’ Pieces(remember the Radio 1 Roadshow?) Children’s Fair, the Back to the Future DeLorean time machine and much more!

12th-13th July New Hill Farm, Manchester Road, Worsley

So if you like things from the eighties come join our party by visiting the website or join our social media for updates. 

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Published: 8-Feb-2019

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