Barbecue 67

SIXTIES REVISITED: Transported perform Barbecue 67 Revisited outside Spalding's Red Lion Hotel. Photo: SG210713-131TW
SIXTIES REVISITED: Transported perform Barbecue 67 Revisited outside Spalding's Red Lion Hotel. Photo: SG210713-131TW
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Memories of Spalding’s most famous gig – featuring legends Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton – were revived by arts group Transported in a play, Barbecue 67 Revisited.

There were performances around South Holland, including Crowland, Long Sutton and Spalding town centre – outside the South Holland Centre and the Red Lion Hotel as part of a bigger event including live music.

The rock legends appeared at the Tulip Bulb Auction Hall on May 29 1967 and for a £1 ticket price you could see Hendrix, Cream, Pink Floyd and The Move among others.

Transported’s Andy Barrett described it as “the greatest rock concert ever seen in Lincolnshire”.