Mickleover Music Festival
Live Music, No age restrictions
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Hot August Night Family Music Festival
Outdoor Concert Event with Bar & Food Outlets. Bring your own picnic (plastic cups and containers only). Tribute Acts: Little Mix, Robbie Williams, Bee Gees, The Beatles, Freddie Mercury and Blues Brothers.
The five-hour concert is being held at the Station Road ground on Sunday, August 6, to raise money for the development of the club and for the Our Mickleover community group. Profits from the event will be split equally between the two organisations.
Derby-based orchestra Sinfonia Viva is providing the stage and all the technical support for the concert. All the acts have been confirmed and will be playing 45-minute sets.
There will be bars and food outlets, including Derby restaurant The Wonky Table, a pizza oven and a cocktail bar, at the event but festival goers are also invited to bring their own picnic - thought only plastic cups and containers will be allowed at the event. People should also bring their own chairs and blankets to the festival.
The Derby Telegraph-sponsored concert is due to start at about 4pm and finish at 9.30pm. Doors will open at 3pm. Tickets for the concert cost £10 in advance (£1 for under 16s) and £12 on the day (£2 for under 16s). They are available from Mickleover shops, Don Amott Leisure in Hilton and online at mickleoversportsfc.com. There is limited car parking available at the site priced at £3.
Mickleover Golf Club,
Date: 28 Sep, 2017
Time: 03:00 PM
Ticket Price: 10.00 GBP
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Tribute Acts: Little Mix Robbie Williams Bee Gees The Beatles Freddie Mercury Blues Brothers
Directions & Parking
We're less than three miles from Derby City centre. If you're using SatNav you'll need to enter DE3 9AF to locate the entrance driveway. Do not use the Clubhouse postcode (DE3 9AD) as you'll end up on the A38 Trunk Road dual carriageway, from which there is no course, Clubhouse or car park access.