Mon 1 Jan 0001 - Sat 27 May 2017, The Quarry Shrewsbury
With a fabulous line-up of artists to bring you the very best of the 80s, and an action-packed day of general retro madness, there is plenty to do for everyone at this Family Friendly Festival.
Confirmed Line-Up.. Billy Ocean, ABC, Tony Hadley, Heaven 17, Nick Heyward, Nik Kershaw, T’Pau, The Real Thing, Altered Images, Brother Beyond and Jaki Graham.
Let's Rock Shrewsbury! is an event aimed at the whole family, with entertainment for everyone. Children can enjoy tons of free stuff to keep them occupied, including circus workshops with the Bigtopmania Circus. Let’s Rock Shrewsbury! offers the perfect day out for all the family. There will also be multiple bars, plus a wide range of quality outlets selling food from around the world.
Let’s Rock! has been leading the way for quality, action-packed, family-friendly 80s music festivals since 2009. Don’t miss out on this chance for a retro blast with the very best of the 80s.
Gates Open 10am
Music from midday
VIP Tickets (£121)
Includes access to the funky 80s themed VIP enclosure, where you can sit back and relax in the comfy chill out zone or enjoy the outdoor seating area. The VIP enclosure includes a full bar serving quality brands and 80s cocktails, plus of course the all-important VIP luxury loos - essential at any festival! VIP tickets include entry to the festival plus a souvenir programme, meal and welcome drink.
Posh Loo Tickets (£13.20) can be purchased in addition to standard event tickets, giving you access to regularly serviced toilet facilities. Please note that these toilets are in a separate enclosure and one ticket will be required per person. Under 3's are permitted with their accompanying guardian.
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Adult/Full Price £47.30
Child (3-12 years) £23.10
Family (2 adult + 2 child) £108.90
Posh Loo £13.20
Post is not available for this event. All tickets booked online or by phone must be collected from Oakengates Theatre