By Catherine Gresty and Laura Woods - 6th May 2012 7:06am
We will, We will Rock You! ASET announces the line up for "Jubilee Party on the Park"
A fantastic line up will get you rocking at Audlem's Jubilee Party on the Park Saturday 7th July!
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".
He's 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!
As we celebrate 60 years of Her Majesty's reign what better way to pay tribute to the Queen than with Queen tribute band QEII. Critically acclaimed as "The UK's top tribute to Freddie Mercury & Queen" they are 'guaranteed to blow your mind'.
But don't just take our word for it check them out at by clicking on the Youtuble link below the poster.
Don't delay, with tickets selling fast get yours early before "Another one bites the dust!"
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.
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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