Schedule of events includes top tribute act
Dons fans can sample great live music during the rest of this season and support their club at the same time by attending one or more of our upcoming events.
Our Kingsmeadow Live team, which is run by the AFC Wimbledon commercial department, are offering an opportunity to relive a bit of Beatlemania after the final home game of this season against Morecambe on 26 April with a renowned tribute to The Fab Four on stage. But there’s plenty going on before that and all funds raised go directly to AFC Wimbledon.
Below is a taste of what’s in store during the coming months.
Rockin’ Good Vintage Day IV (Sunday, 2 March)
An event that has gone from strength to strength since it was launched with a step back in time to a golden age for music, fashion and cars.
.Lew Lewis for more information. To watch a clip of the band performing on the day, click on Vintage DayMarket stalls selling vintage clothes, a 1950s style diner and music from Lew Lewis and the Twilight Trio are among the highlights. Click on
Lovers Rock legends Janet Kay and Carroll Thompson (Saturday, 22 March)
.Club Events Tickets are £20 and are available by clicking on to sample what’s in store.Classic CarolCarroll Thompson won at the Greater London Radio Reggae Awards in 1982 for Best Female Performer and Best Song for "Hopelessly In Love". Click on for her vintage performance. Janet’s SongThis was a sell-out gig last year at the club and we’re expecting the return of this talented duo to be popular once again. Janet Kay is still going strong 35 years since she hit the charts with “Silly Games”, which reached number two in 1979. Click on
The Ultimate Beatles (Saturday, 26 April)
to book a ticket.Ultimate Beatles We advise booking tickets in advance for this event. Don’t miss out on the party and a chance to re-live a bit of Beatlemania. Click on An act that are without doubt one of the top Beatles tribute acts playing today and with the admission fee of just £5 it is going to be a great party night.
The Blockheads (Saturday, 31 May)
Chaz Jankel, Norman Watt-Roy and all will be playing their new songs, along with classics such as “Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick” and “Reasons to be Cheerful (Part 3).” One of the best live bands around will be taking to the stage at Kinsgmeadow Live. Ian Dury’s old backing band are still going strong having just released a new LP called “Same Horse, Different Jockey”.
to hear the Blockheads at their very best. Classic Tuneare available online by clicking on The Blockheads. Click on Tickets are £20 and
The Beat Goes On (every third Saturday of the month)
Admission is £7 for non-members, £5 members and before 9pm it is free to all. An over 30s dance party that has gone down a storm since it was introduced into Kingsmeadow Live’s busy schedule.
Get your disco shoes on, come down and swing those pants. The fun starts at 8pm and goes on until 1am.