Cambridge Edition February 2019


CAMBR IDGE CLUB ANNOUNCES ACTS A day of music, family entertainment, and tasty food and drink in the Cambridgeshire countryside, The Cambridge Club Festival returns on 16 June. Taking place at Haggis Farm, this one-day festival is now entering its third year and will feature over 20 artists across two stages, ranging from bonafide legends to up-and-coming local talent. Headlining are disco queens Sister Sledge, the sibling hitmakers responsible for He’s The Greatest Dancer , We Are Family , Lost in Music and Thinking of You . They will be joined by Cambridge Club Festival returnee Craig Charles, who will bring his much-loved Funk & Soul Club show featuring 70s grooves, vintage soul and brand new beats. Uncle Funk & The Boogie Wonderband, Swagger and JJ Rossa will also be doing their thing on the main stage, while on the second stage, guests will be treated to performances fromGeorgia and the Vintage Youth, The Trials of Kato, Woodley Taylor and more. As well as plenty of top tunes throughout the day, there will be a kids’ entertainment tent and a whopping selection of local food and drinks vendors serving everything from boutique spirits and craft ales to jerk chicken and tasty vegan treats. Tickets are available for £25.


hit that has now been seen by more than five million fans across the globe. The show takes you on an electrifying visual and audio journey through Michael Jackson’s staggering musical career, paying homage to his live performances, innovative dance moves and revisiting hits including I Want You Back , ABC , Smooth Criminal , Bad , Thriller and many more. Rudimental, the genre-defying, Brit Award-winning band who burst onto the scene in 2013 with their debut album Home , will take to the stage on 26 July. Then, on 2 August, it’s over to dance music pioneer Pete Tong for a night of Ibiza classics, with live accompaniment provided by the

Enjoy a flutter on the horses followed by an evening of top live music at Newmarket Nights, which returns to the town’s racecourse this summer. Combining thrilling racing and A-list artists, who perform to the crowd as dusk falls, this series of concerts runs from June to August and will feature stars including Pete Tong and Rudimental for its 2019 outing. Up first, on 21 June, are Madness, one of Britain’s most treasured bands. Blending ska, reggae and pop, Suggs and co have delivered historic performances at events including the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee concert and at the London 2012 Olympic Games closing ceremony. Next up, on 19 July, it’s the turn of Thriller Live, the West End smash

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