Thursday Club with Mark Frith & Radar
Join us for the opening night of the Reet Good Beer Festival with live performances from Mark Frith and Radar! Come down early for a night of entertainment and enjoy discounted drinks between 5pm and 7pm.
Friday night will be supersonic, so grab a gin & tonic and dance the night away to a headline set from the world’s best Oasis Tribute Act, Oasish! Since forming in 2004, Oasish have taken the tribute world by storm. The attention to detail is incredible and many have hailed them as being better than the real thing! Support act to be confirmed.
Evening – Midnight Soul Sisters
Also performing on the Saturday evening is the Midnight Soul Sisters. A sophisticated show with slick routines, beautiful costumes and stunning vocals that will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up! These talented ladies are sure to entertain leaving audiences with a memorable, musical experience. This high quality show is guaranteed to entertain audiences of all ages featuring Soul, Motown, Funk, Disco & RnB hits by music legends such as Tina Turner, The Supremes, Etta James, Amy Winehouse, Aretha franklin and the list goes on!
Afternoon – Oompah Band
Raise a pint ( or Stein) on Saturday Afternoon to the amazing Bavarian oompah band! With a show that is a rip roaring musical journey to the Bavarian Bier Kellers involving the quaffing of copious quantities of Beer.
Come along to our huge family fun day at the festival, an afternoon of entertainment for all ages including children’s activities from the Wigan Youth Zone team including Bouncy Castles, Magician, Games and Face Painting etc along with a special performance from local brass band – Pemberton Old DW Band and some live performances from Wigan Youth Zone’s own musicians!
Pemberton Old Band has a long and outstanding history that dates back to the late 19th century. In recent years our organisation has gone from strength to strength and as well as having a First Section band conducted by Ben Dixon, we have a ‘B’ Band currently well placed in the 2nd section. We also boast a Junior Band that some 30 youngsters trained by John Don-Duncan.