Jubilee Party on the Park

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Jubilee Party in the Park

It's another big Audlem event this evening and promises to be a great party with tickets selling very well.

Tickets are, however, still on sale for Queen's Jubilee Party on the Park.

Don't miss out on THE night to remember — Audlem's tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II featuring:


  • QEII — Playing Queen's Greatest Hits

  • Sincerely Abba — The Dancing Queens

  • This is Bublé — Michael Bublé: The Prince of Swing 

  • And the legendary fireworks finalé 


Tickets available at Audlem Post Office this morning and other outlets in the area. Please click on the link below the photo for more information on the ASET website.

Programme

3.00pm: Gates open
4.00pm: Pedestrian access only
6.00pm: This is Buble
7.15pm: Sincerely Abba
9.00pm: QEII
10.15pm: Fireworks Finale
(All times are approximate)

 

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