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  1. The Vintage Sixties Festival Returns Saturday 2nd April!

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    The Vintage Sixties Festival Returns on Saturday 2nd April!

     

    Three years after the event was held for the first time, the Vintage Sixties Festival returns!

    Throughout the day embrace all things sixties on the pier, promenade, and beyond, vintage trade stalls and memorabilia, live FREE music and of course the incredible sight of hundreds of scooters, classic motorbikes, and vehicles on the promenade which is certain to set pulses racing, a unique opportunity to take a look at a collectors pride and joy on the seafront creating a real air of nostalgia to the day.

     

    Visitors are encouraged to dress up in glamorous Sixties clobber and enjoy free entertainment, which will include live music at the end of the pier and on the promenade and vintage stalls selling everything from vinyl records to new and pre-loved clothes and memorabilia.

     

    “The festival is an opportunity for enthusiasts of the 60s era to congregate, demonstrate and reignite their passion”

     

    We have four fantastic shows to celebrate the era from Thursday 21st March to Sunday 3rd April. Kicking off with sixties festival is legend Marty Wilde, followed by the Cromer Soul Club Keep The Faith vinyl night, A concert version of the West End MOD extravaganza All or Nothing and Bringing On Back the Sixties with New Amen Corner to end the celebrations on Sunday 3rd April.

     

    Here’s an avid fan who made put together some highlights of The Vintage Sixties Festival back in 2019 below:

     

    Pints for £1 will be on offer from 11am to midday and again from 3pm to 4pm – as long as stocks last.

     

    The Beatles will be featured in the pier’s Pavilion Theatre from 10am to 2pm, with projections on an 8m LED wall and displays of memorabilia from Nigel Pearce’s extensive collection devoted to the band.

     

    The festival has real credibility and is an opportunity for enthusiasts of the era to congregate, demonstrate and reignite their passion for the era that brought us The Beatles, Twiggy, Pirate Radio, The Mini and so much more.

     

    Get yourself in the festival mood…

    MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK TICKETS FOR LIVE MUSIC

     

    For any questions, please contact the box office; e-mail boxoffice@cromerpier.co.uk or call 01263 512495.