Blast from the past for the ’80s babies at the Olympic Park
PUBLISHED: 12:00 06 February 2015
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Summer is only just around the corner, which means the festival season isn’t far away now with most tickets starting to come out on sale.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be host to a few events across the summer with Let’s Rock London being announced to come to the park in June with tickets now on sale.
After seven years of success around the country the festival has now decided to join forces with Magic 105.4 and the iconic Olympic Park to bring you the ultimate festival if you love ’80s music with the star-studded line-up being announced.
The line-up features plenty of the eras icons and favourites like Bananarama, Rick Astley, Kim Wilde and Jason Donavon plus loads more performing throughout the day, with more yet to be announced.
There will be different entertainment during the day to avoid the dull band changeovers, including presenters from Magic 105.4 hosting a Mega Mix Karaokee on the Magic Main Stage alongside our Lets Rock performances.
While the parents go back in time to enjoy the music they grew up partying to, there is plenty of entertainment for the children. A play penwill have a range of free activities to keep them having a good time, along with Bigtopmania Circus offering a range of circus workshops featuring face painting, crafts and even learn to ride a tricycle.
There will also be children entertainers on the day from BBC and ITV and loads of activities to cool off from the crowds with the super funfair including water rides and the ‘Disco Shack’ for children to have a party of their own.
’80s fancy dress is recommended but not essential. If you do want to go all out with a retro look VIP tickets are £143.
It includes access to a funky ’80s themed enclosure, where guests can pay a visit to some ’80s stylists for the ultimate makeover.
Tickets cost £49.50, including booking fee, visit letsrocklondon.com to book.
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