By Catherine (ASET) - 21st June 2012 7:18am
Dave Johnson from Signal Radio
We're delighted to announce that Signal Radio's Dave Johnson will be hosting the Jubilee Party on the Park. With the exception of a three-year break for an adventure in the North East, Dave has been broadcasting to the area from Signal since 1988 and upon his return in 2008 moved to the outskirts of Audlem although notwithin walking-distance of the pubs — he now says this is 'just as well'.....
Dave invites you to join him every weekday from 10am on Signal 2 -- DAB, 1170am or at signal2.co.uk -- for the 'Greatest Hits of All Time' and a sprinkling of chirpy-chirpy chit-chat!
Dave is a life-long fan of Abba and delighted to be hosting the Jubilee Party on the Park which takes place on Saturday 7th July. So don't put the bunting, camping chairs and picnic hampers away just yet, people of Audlem. After all, this is the Diamond Jubilee Year and you should enjoy one last party!
Supporting acts include *THIS IS BUBLE* -- Michael Buble sung by Robbie Woodward will kick off the celebrations with some favourites from the "Prince of Swing" followed by a group that tops the bill at concerts throughout the UK, *SINCERELY ABBA*. They will perform many of Abba's greatest hits, Mamma Mia, you will soon be a Dancing Queen! Topping the bill will be Queen tribute band *QEII*. Critically acclaimed as "The UK's top tribute to Freddie Mercury & Queen" they are 'guaranteed to blow your mind' -- along with a fireworks display finale, this is a Royal feast of a line up, set to get you partying all night long!
Don't delay, with gazebos sold out and tickets selling fast get yours now before "Another one bites the dust!" Getting your tickets is easier than ever before -- buy them online at www.audlem-aset.org , in person at Audlem Post Office or call the BOX OFFICE on 01270 811211.
Currently on sale at the fantastic 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) normally £43. Ticket prices will go up on 30th June.
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