Normanby Hall Country Park has today announced details of a new summer music festival with an exciting line-up of international and local acts.
Tickets for the first ‘Party in the Park’ go on sale to Premier Pass holders today, Friday 26 April, with general sale on Monday 29 April.
The event will take place on 19 and 20 July 2019, with multi-million selling band Toploader topping the bill in the stunning grounds.
Known for their global hit ‘Dancing in the Moonlight’, one of the biggest songs of recent times, their debut album, ‘Onka’s Big Moka,’ sold over one million copies and remained in the Top 5 of the UK album chart for over six months, earning them 4 Brit Award nominations. With a reputation as a genuine crowd-pleasing live band, Toploader have backed the likes of Robbie Williams, Noel Gallagher and Bon Jovi.
Joining Toploader on 20 July at the award-winning venue are local favourites Scrapyard Dogs, ChrisCooperBand, the melodic folk-rock of Ramble Gamble and Brit-Pop loving Dirty Pitchers.
On 19 July the stage will be buzzing to the sound of artists paying tribute to some of the biggest names in pop. Headlining are Little Fix, who power through all of girl band sensation Little Mixes biggest hits in a high energy show.
Also appearing is Dan Hadfield, the ultimate tribute to Take That star, Gary Barlow. Having acted as a lookalike on television, Dan has had great acclaim from Gary himself, who has said “He’s better than me!” Sharing the stage is Tom Whitehead, performing the songs of Ed Sheeran, and a feel good Greatest Showman tribute.
As well as music, visitors will be able to enjoy a range of food and drink and entertainment.
Tickets for the first ever Party in the Park at Normanby Hall Country Park are available to buy from Eventbrite, with great savings for Normanby Hall annual membership holders.
With a membership, tickets for Friday 19 July cost just £15 per adult and £10 per child. Saturday tickets cost £20 per adult and £15 per child for membership holders.
Tickets for the Friday for non-members cost £20 per adult and £15 per child. Saturday tickets for non-members cost £25 per adult and £20 per child. Booking fees apply.