THE ANNUAL 60S MUSIC MECCA!
MILLION SELLING SOLID SILVER 60S SHOW RETURNS FOR A RECORD BREAKING 32ND YEAR
31 DATE UK TOUR HEADLINED BY THE MERSEYBEATS, WITH DAVE BERRY, WAYNE FONTANA, VANITY FARE PLUS VERY SPECIAL GUEST DIRECT FROM THE USA, CHRIS MONTEZ
Having played to a million fans over the past three decades, The Solid Silver 60s Show has become the definitive music mecca for fans of the golden era of pop music who want to relive and experience this very special decade, up close with their idols.
Playing host to many of the greatest names from the time, including Bobby Vee, Billy J Kramer, Gerry and The Pacemakers, The Troggs, The Searchers, Peter Noone and Brian Hyland, the show is back for a record breaking 32nd year, proving how great music and artistry never go out of fashion.
For 2017, The Solid Silver 60s Show returns with an iconic lineup comprising
The Merseybeats (Wishin’ and Hopin’, I Think Of You, Sorrow), Dave Berry (Memphis Tennessee, The Crying Game, Little Things, Mama), Wayne Fontana (Game Of Love, Um Um Um Um Um, Pamela Pamela, Come On Home), Vanity Fare (Early In The Morning, I Life For Sun, Hitchin’ A Ride) and very special guest Chris Montez (Let’s Dance, The More I See You, Some Kinda Fun, There Will Never Be Another You, Call Me).
The Merseybeats are one of the Cavern Club’s original alumni (having performed with The Beatles and Gerry & The Pacemakers). Joining them is Dave Berry, one of the original teen idols of the 1960s who had enormous success in Europe, and Wayne Fontana, a perennial 60s star who has become a leading artist in the 60s revivalist scene. Direct from the USA, special guest Chris Montez brings his stylistic approach from rock n roll to pop standards, with Vanity Fare completing the bill, known for their million selling single Hitchin’ A Ride which became a defining song of the era.
Tickets on sale now
Solid Silver 60s Show 2017 UK Tour
30 March Truro, Hall For Cornwall
02 April Norwich, Theatre Royal
04 April Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall
06 April Weston Super Mare, Playhouse
07 April Salisbury, City Hall
08 April Torquay, Princess Theatre
09 April Woking, New Victoria Theatre
11 April Sheffield, City Hall
12 April Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
13 April Halifax, Victoria Theatre
14 April Llandudno, Venue Cymru
16 April Blackpool, Grand Theatre
17 April Birmingham, Town Hall
19 April Basingstoke, Anvil Arts
21 April Dartford, Orchard Theatre
22 April Eastbourne, Winter Gardens
23 April Southend, Cliffs Pavillion
26 April Edinburgh, Playhouse
27 April Glasgow, Concert Hall
28 April Dundee, Caird Hall
30 April Wolverhampton, Grand Theatre
01 May Leeds, Grand Theatre
03 May St Albans, Alban Arena
04 May Southampton, Mayflower Theatre
07 May Manchester, Opera House
09 May Kings Lynn, Corn Exchange
10 May Stoke, Victoria Hall
11 May Buxton, Opera House
12 May Southport, Theatre
13 May Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall
14 May Skegness, Embassy Theatre
Tickets available at http://www.flyingmusic.com/box-office/
Dates maybe subject to change.
Stuart Bennett / Dan Deacon – Deacon Communications
020 3735 6479