Party on the Park 7th July

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A reminder that ASET's Party in the Park is now only a few weeks away.

Jeremiah Ferrari will be opening the evening — they recently drew great crowds at the Audlem Music Festival. Aptly described on the ASET website as "...reggae legends in their own right, upbeat music to get even Grandma off to a dancing start!"

They'll be followed by Motown Gold "featuring top hits from the soul and motown era...think Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner and Stevie Wonder mixed up with some James Brown and you a great night 'signed, sealed and delivered' to you in Audlem!"

Earlybird tickets are on sale through online ticketing agent Eventbrite. Click here to buy tickets. Please note that Eventbrite charges a booking fee.

Tickets are also available from Williams Newsagents, Audlem (Cash payments only).

All gazebo spaces have already sold out and a waiting list is in operation, please call the ASET hotline mobile on 07708 354135).

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