Following on from our recent article (here) Highland Eventz is pleased to announce that they have been appointed official promoting agents for Scotland’s first 80’s music festival, Rewind, to be held at Scone Palace, Perthshire on the 29th-31st July 2011.
Fans of pop music’s greatest decade will be able to purchase tickets by visiting here and clicking on the “Rewind” link.
Artists such as Tony Hadley, Rick Astley, Bananarama, Heaven 17, The Human League, Kim Wilde, Hue & Cry, Billy Ocean, will provide the soundtrack to a weekend of perfect pop nostalgia in the glorious historic setting of Scone Palace.
Darren Mackintosh, of Highland Eventz, a child of the 80s himself enthused, “Having grown up listening to these bands and hearing about the success of the Henley events, I jumped at the chance to get involved in spreading the word throughout the Highlands.”
Happy Bus have agreed to lay on transport from Elgin and Inverness to help festival fans from the North to get to this great event. Details of the buses, camping options, artists and ticket prices can be found by following the link on our homepage www.highlandeventz.com .”
Festival organiser, David Heartfield, commented “After the resounding success of the first 2 years at Henley, it was a logical step to bring the 80s Rewind experience to Scotland. Scone Palace, with its beautiful grounds and ideal location right in the middle of the country was the perfect choice of venue.”
He added, “We are delighted to have Highland Eventz on board as a promoting agent. It is great to have a local company reaching out to the music fans in North of Scotland and we are looking forward to a glorious weekend of pop perfection.”
Mark my words this will not be the last you hear of Rewind @ Scone, keep a very close eye on our site…..
Tickets are on sale now for Rewind Scotland, Scone Palace, Perthshire on 29th – 31st July 2011 priced from £23.75 for children and £47.50 for adults. Visit www.highlandeventz.com and follow the link for full details.
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