Let’s Rock Norwich! 2017: Tickets for Earlham Park concert sell out

Bananarama will be at Let's Rock Norwich. Picture Let's Rock Norwich! The Retro Festival.

Bananarama will be at Let's Rock Norwich. Picture Let's Rock Norwich! The Retro Festival. - Credit: supplied by Let's Rock Norwich! The Retro Festival

Tickets for the inaugural Let's Rock Norwich! this weekend have officially sold out.

Let's Rock. Picture UK Live

Let's Rock. Picture UK Live - Credit: Archant

Around 15,000 people will descend on Earlham Park on Saturday for the retro festival featuring music from Tony Hadley, Bananarama and Howard Jones.

It is the ninth year of the Let's Rock retro music tour, which started small in the Berkshire village of Cookham attracting 900 people. Since then it has expanded and this year's tour started in Cookham on May 17.

MORE: Let's Rock Norwich! 2017: Fans advised not to bring bags to Earlham Park for security reasonsNorwich marks the midway point of the tour and Steve Haywood, marketing manager for UK Live, the Berkshire firm behind Let's Rock Norwich!, said he is delighted at how well the event has been received in Norwich.

'There will be 15,000 people there which is amazing for our first year in Norwich, we are really delighted,' he said. 'We had another new show in Shrewsbury this year which also sold out so the brand is really growing and becoming very popular.'

For those still hoping to rock out there are a handful of VIP tickets still available via www.letsrocknorwich.com.

What fans can expect from Let's Rock Norwich! 2017. Picture UK Live.

What fans can expect from Let's Rock Norwich! 2017. Picture UK Live. - Credit: Archant

Tony Hadley who is appearing at Let's Rock Norwich. Picture Let's Rock Norwich! The Retro Festival.

Tony Hadley who is appearing at Let's Rock Norwich. Picture Let's Rock Norwich! The Retro Festival. - Credit: supplied by Let's Rock Norwich! The Retro Festival


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