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Don't miss The Dualers

13 December 2012

High demand for popular group

Saturday’s return of The Dualers has once again drummed up plenty of interest as there are now less than 50 tickets remaining.

 

.The Dualers gigThe popular ska and reggae band promise to light up Kingsmeadow Live for a fifth time and organisers recommend booking fast to avoid disappointment. Tickets (priced £15) can be booked via our online ticket shop by clicking on 

 

Kinsgmeadow Live are also staging an event on Saturday, 22 December, that promises to get you in the mood for Christmas. Radio Jackie DJ Mick Brown will be joined by DJ Doug E to play those club classics from the 1970s onwards as part of The Beat Goes on Christmas Party.

 

Festive cheer, including mince pies, will be served up with Father Xmas and Miss Xmas on hand to provide more entertainment. Entry costs just £5 for The Beat Goes On members and Dons season ticket holders. The strictly over 30s event costs £7 for non-members.

 

The Swinging Sixties party (fancy dress optional) launches Kingsmeadow Live’s 2013 programme with a bang on Saturday, 12 January. The 60s Allstars have gained a reputation for capturing the essence of British music’s golden age as the band features former members of The Kinks, Foundations and Swinging Blue Jeans. Dig out your bum freezer jacket or Biba dress and recapture those timeless classics from that never to be forgotten era.

 

.The 60s AllstarsEntry costs £10 and tickets can be bought from the online ticket shop by clicking on 


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