Aycliffe Radio are finalising a packed summer line up, featuring tribute acts, local artistes, DJs and family fun days.
Following the fantastic success of last year’s events, Aycliffe Radio, in conjunction with ROF59 and Aycliffe Town Centre, announces the return of the popular outdoor Drive-Ins from Saturday 29th May throughout the Summer of 2021.
Kicking off the events on Saturday 29th May will be the ‘90s v 00s’ Dance Classix with special guest disc jockeys taking to the decks from 5.00pm to 10.00pm (gates open at 4pm). Tickets for this event, which are available online at:
https://www.ayclifferadio.co.uk/tickets and are priced at £10 PER CAR, with up to five people per car.
Taking place on the same Bank Holiday weekend will be a memorial concert in memory of ‘Honest John’, local charity fund raiser, who passed away in February 2020. This event has been a victim of Covid-19, as the organisers have been attempting to put this together for nearly a year. ‘Sounds of the 60s’ will see tribute Beatles band, ‘The Beatles Unplugged’, performing alongside ‘Jay Murray’, who is the resident singer at the world famous Liverpool Cavern Club.
‘Sounds of the 60s’ will be an afternoon event from 2.00pm to 5.00pm with the gates opening at 1.00pm. Tickets for this event, are also available online at: https://www.ayclifferadio.co.uk/tickets and are priced at £15 PER CAR, with up to five people per car.
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The area is Covid-19 secure, with socially distanced parking for groups of up to five. A bar and refreshments will be available, all socially distanced with sanitiser stations and following any Covid-19 restrictions which will be in place at the time.
When the Covid-19 regulations change, the events will change from cars (Drive-In) for your comfort and enjoyment, to using tables and chairs, giving the occasion more of an outdoor music festival appeal.
Aycliffe Radio, ROF59 and Aycliffe Town Centre have other events planned for over the summer months, which are still in the planning stage – keep an eye on www.ayclifferadio.co.uk and listen to Aycliffe Radio for more details.
For further information, or to book your ticket, visit: