Maze music show is on this Saturday
IAN CLARKE The show is definitely on - and it will be a night to remember!That's the pledge from the owner of a North Norfolk tourist attraction ahead of a big open air 50s and 60s music concert on Saturday which may have been targeted by a "dirty tricks" hoaxer.
The show is definitely on - and it will be a night to remember!
That's the pledge from the owner of a North Norfolk tourist attraction ahead of a big open air 50s and 60s music concert on Saturday which may have been targeted by a hoaxer.
Anna Gardner, who runs the Amazing Maize Maze at South Creake, near Fakenham, is even more determined that the Rockin' On Heaven's Door show will be a success after someone removed fliers for the event and started a rumour it was being cancelled due to the weather.
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Mrs Gardner previously had to rearrange the event after plans to stage a Grease show had to be scrapped due to a court threat by Warner Chappell Music.
"The show certainly has not been cancelled and it will be an amazing experience for everyone. Whatever the weather, it will be fun!" she said.
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Up to 5,000 people will attend the concert which will feature performers celebrating stars such as Buddy Holly, Elvis, Eddie Cochran and Roy Orbison and there will also be the original Swinging Blue Jeans, The Everly's Experience and the Ready Steady Go! Show.
Mrs Gardner said she had no idea who had removed the fliers.
"Our signs get removed every year. There are always people that love to see things go wrong rather than go ahead and be successful."
At the event there will also be an American classic car and bike exhibition, champagne and Pimms tents and other refreshments, and the night will finish with a firework spectacular.
In addition, the lead guitarist in the show has donated an electric guitar for a raffle, which will also have prizes of VIP tickets to watch Norwich City.
Proceeds from the raffle - and part of the refreshment sales - will go to the Spinal Injury charity.
Gates open at 4pm and the show starts at 6.30pm. Tickets cost £20.50.
Tickets are available from www.ticketqueen.com or tel: 08707 460046 or from the maize maze via 07799 692318.