By Catherine Gresty of ASET - 26th April 2012 7:05am
We will, we will rock you!
ASET is delighted to announce tickets have arrived for Audlem's JUBILEE PARTY IN THE PARK and are on sale NOW!
Don't miss out on what is set to be the best ever Party in the Park, taking place on Saturday 7th July.
After a break last year, there is clearly a great deal of excitement and anticipation for this Jubilee event. An unprecedented quarter of tickets have already been sold and there are only a few gazebo spots left.
This is hardly surprising with a line up of: 'Sincerely Abba', 'This is Buble' and critically acclaimed as "The UK's top Tribute to Freddie Mercury & Queen" 'QEII' — along with a fireworks display finale, this is a Royal feast of a line up, set to get you partying all night long!
Getting your tickets is easier than ever before — buy them online at www.audlem-aset.org or in person at Audlem Post Office or call the BOX OFFICE on 01270 811211.
But do not delay; get your tickets early before "Another one bites the dust"!
Currently on sale at the fantastic early bird price of £12.50 for Adults (this is a reduction of £7.50 off the normal price.) Children £6 (under 5s are free), Family ticket £32 (2 adults, 2 children.)
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