Bank on an awesome weekend with Manics, Ibiza legends and Simply Red – The Voice
Manic Street Preachers, Simply Red, Lisa Stansfield and Paul Oakenfold are all among those taking part in three days of musical fun on the quayside in Peterborough this summer.
Three huge concerts are staged over three days, starting with the legendary Cafe Mambo bringing the Ibiza vibe to the banks of the River Nene on Friday 10th June.
Some of dance music’s biggest DJs serve up the classics; Paul Oakenfold, Roger Sanchez, huge special guest Todd Terry and Mambo resident Andy Baxter. Tickets cost £33.
A spokesperson for promoters LPH Concerts said: “Ibiza’s legendary brand will unite thousands of dance music fans for an unforgettable experience under the stars as they relive the massive tunes that have provided the soundtrack for generations. adventures in Ibiza.”
The following day, Saturday June 11, Mick Hucknall himself will be on hand with Simply Red playing some of the hits that have generated 60 million album sales.
And there’s also brilliant support from Grammy and Brit Award-nominated singer Lisa Stansfield and acclaimed British saxophonist Yolanda Brown.
“Few bands have experienced the success and longevity of Simply Red,” a spokesperson said. “Their live show is renowned for its high quality with Mick Hucknall long established as one of contemporary music’s great vocalists.”
The weekend ends with one of Britain’s top bands, The Manic Street Preachers.
Backed by fantastic band Sea Power (who recently dropped the first ‘British’ part of their name), it’s going to be an evening of the best music.
A spokesperson said: “Their debut album ‘Generation Terrorists’ released in February 1992 was an extremely ambitious debut, establishing them as unique artists, combining classic rock riffs with the attitude of pop and punk and placing themselves lyrically above their contemporaries.
“Over the years they have gathered fans from all over the world, maturing and changing musically while still keeping the classic Manics sound.”