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Swinging Sixties Weekender

Enjoy a weekend of top musical entertainment with some of the 60’s most well-known bands at our Swinging Sixties Weekender!

Held over three days from September 27-29 at our Grange Leisure Park in Mablethorpe, the 60’s Weekender will play host to a variety of top bands and tribute acts including Vanity Fare, The New Pacemakers, The Fourmost, Dave Berry & The Cruisers and The McCoys.

Tickets cost just £35 for the full weekend or £15 for Friday evening, £10 for Saturday daytime, £15 for Saturday evening and £10 for Sunday daytime. Call us today on 01754 872592 or fill out the form at the bottom of this page and we’ll get back to you

Why not make a weekend of it and stay at Grange Leisure Park in our caravans, lodges, glamping pods? Or bring your touring caravan, tent or motorhome and make the most of this great line-up musical entertainment? What’s more we’ve got some money-saving special offers!

Inclusive Accommodation Offers

Tourers: £120 for 3 night stay on a super pitch (Friday-Monday) including 2 x full weekend admission tickets. Further tickets available at £35.00 each.
Static Accommodation: Per person costs below for a 3 night stay (Friday-Monday) including weekend admission. Minimum of 4 people per caravan (max 6 or 8 depending on van)
Bronze Caravan – £52.50 per person (based on 4 people sharing)
Silver Caravan – £57.50 per person (based on 4 people sharing)
Gold Caravan – £62.50 per person (based on 4 people sharing)

Holiday home owners will automatically get a 10% discount on admission.

Our events line-up

Friday, September 27th – Doors open at 7pm

Vanity Fare

A great British pop harmony group whose international hits Hitchin’ a Ride and Early in the Morning both sold over a million copies each worldwide and earned them two Gold Discs.

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Tom Harding – guitar/vocals & Mike Ellis – keyboards/orchestrations who have both now been with the band continuously for over 20 years. Plus the return of Simon Paul – bass/vocals & Paul Grogan – drums/backing vocals after a break from the band. The band continues to perform on all the major 60’s festivals in the UK and abroad together with appearances for major UK holiday resorts and have also found time to be part of a premier 60’s theatre tour for the last six years.

Saturday, September 28th – Doors open at 1pm

The New Pacemakers

After spending many years on the British 60s music scene in various bands, the four guys have come together to create… The New Pacemakers. A musically tight four piece, with powerful instruments & finely crafted vocal harmonies, the boys play an array of classic hits from the golden days of The Sixties. A thoroughly professional show taking you through a musical journey….

Saturday, September 28th – Doors open at 7pm

The Fourmost

Since originally forming as the Four Jays in 1959, the Fourmost have remained continuously active on the UK and European 60’s music scene. Whilst the band’s formation has changed over the years the look and sound of the band has remained authentic and true to its heritage, contributing to its success and longevity.

Dave Berry & The Cruisers

His best-remembered hits are “Memphis, Tennessee”, “The Crying Game” (1964) and his 1965 hit “Little Things”, a cover version of Bobby Goldsboro’s Stateside Top 40 success. “This Strange Effect” (1965), written by Ray Davies, became a Number One hit for him in the Netherlands and Belgium, countries where he still enjoys celebrity status, having received an award from Radio Veronica, Netherlands, for their best selling pop single of all time. B. J. Thomas’s sentimental “Mama” (1966) and “Don’t Gimme No Lip Child”, the latter is the flip to Berry’s #5 hit single, “The Crying Game”, in 1964, and covered by the Sex Pistols, were other notable recordings.

Sunday, September 29th – Doors open at 1pm

The McCoys

When you think of the 1960’s, you think of the golden era of music with so many hits. For those fortunate to be there, the Swinging Sixties was a magical time for popular music, a truly golden age which spun hit after hit. And one of the most memorable was The McCoys’ interpretation of Hang On Sloopy, which became a monster success, and is still hugely popular today. And it was being there, loving that wonderful time and its songs, which led to four talented British musicians fostering their special memories, preserving them for live audiences to enjoy anew today, keeping alive the McCoys name, with Hang On Sloopy and Spencer Davis’s Keep on Running being just two examples of a superb repertoire from the Sixties.

How To Book Your Tickets

If you would like to book tickets for the Swinging Sixties Weekender, please call us on 01754 872592.

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