By Catherine Gresty - 22nd June 2013 6:06am
ASET are delighted to announce that Signal Radio's Dave Johnson will be hosting the Party on the Park on Saturday 6th July again this year.
Dave made a huge impression on the crowd last year when he arrived on stage with his vacuum cleaner! We are looking forward in anticipation to what he has in store for us this year.
A regular face in Audlem, 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.
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 delighted to be hosting the Party on the Park again this year and looks forward to strutting his own stuff alongside the John Travoltas in the crowd as the Bee Gees Experience take to the stage. Who knows what surprises Dave has in store for us when Fake That appear!
So if you haven't got your tickets yet ' come on, what are you waiting for? Join us for a great party on Saturday 6th July. Tickets are 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, 2children) normally £43. Ticket prices will go up on 30th June.
Gettingyour 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.
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