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Music in the Park 2019 – Line-up finalised and early-bird tickets on sale

Get your dancing shoes ready! Music in the Park returns to Elms Park on Sunday 5th May. Featuring more than 30 performers across three stages, Music in the Park offers music and dance acts across a wide range of genres. Topping the bill on the main stage are the popular Dung Beatles. If you love Beatles music played the way the Fab Four intended, then The Dung Beatles are for you. According to Terry Bloxham of The British Beatles Fan Club, “The Dung Beatles are pure unadulterated fun – definitely not your average Beatles tribute band”. In 2014 they performed at Liverpool’s world famous “Cavern Club”. Recently they performed to a full house at The Waterside Theatre Aylesbury, along with pop legends John Otway, Howard Jones and Marillion, in support of the Friars Club tribute to David Bowie and the unveiling of his statue in Market Square.

Save yourself some money with the early-bird tickets

Early-bird tickets are available now on Eventbrite at www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/music-in-the-park-thame-tickets-50692649078. Until the end of February, you can save up to £8 on your ticket. With a wide variety of music and dance on offer, there’s sure to be something for everyone. The event will feature two main stages with live music and dance, and an acoustic stage. Have fun dancing the day away or chill out with a leisurely picnic. Of course, there will also be all the usual goodies you’d expect at a festival, including tasty real ales, a wide variety of delicious foods, fun activities for children and adults, and a range of trade stalls.

Take a look at the website (www.musicinthepark.org.uk) or Facebook page (www.facebook.com/MusicInTheParkThame) for the full line-up.

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