Start planning for fun summer nights

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With the clocks going forward this weekend, those long summer nights can’t be too far away! So if you are already planning a night to remember at an outdoor concert, with family, friends, a picnic and perhaps a few bubbles... may we offer a couple of suggestions?

The South Holland Centre is now selling tickets, on behalf of Live Promotions Events, for two spectacular concerts taking place over one weekend in June.

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First up, the nation’s best loved rockers Status Quo bring their lively, fun and roaring live show to the glorious outdoor setting of Burghley House on Saturday, June 6.

Having gone down a storm at Holkham Hall last year, Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt and the band are back in the area to get you all dancing to their best-loved hits including ‘Sweet Caroline’, ‘Whatever You Want’ , ‘Down Down’ and ‘The Wanderer’. All tickets are £39.95

Then, on Sunday, June 7, the 80s Greatest Hits Show brings some of the decade’s biggest acts to Burghley. The impressive line-up includes: Bananarama, Midge Ure, Toyah, Odyssey and Curiosity Killed the Cat, who will all be playing their defining hits from the era.

Tickets for the 80s show are £39.95 and children aged 14 and under are free with an accompanying adult. Both Burghley House events are on sale now from the South Holland Centre box office on 01775 764777 or the ticket agency area of our website: www.southhollandcentre.co.uk.

The South Holland Centre is now selling tickets for two spectacular concerts taking place over one weekend in June

Meanwhile, and staying with the 80s theme, Scottish rockers Big Country will be playing their catalogue of hits including ‘In A Big Country’, ‘Look Away’ and ‘Fields of Fire’ in the South Holland Centre’s main auditorium on Saturday, October 31.

Over the years the band have built up a reputation as one of the most exciting live acts of their generation, and as well as headlining their own huge concerts and tours, have also supported The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Elton John and Queen. Tickets are £24.50 and are already selling well.

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