Riverside Live Offers Early-Bird Ticket Buyers The Chance To Win An Exclusive VIP Upgrade!


Early-bird Riverside Live festival ticket purchasers could be in for an extra special treat!

Organisers Stanley Events Ltd. have announced that everyone who buys a ticket for the festival before midnight on 4th July will be added into a draw to win a VIP upgrade for them and three of their friends.

The exclusive VIP package will include a bottle of Prosecco on ice, a VIP cocktail for each group member, and £20 worth of drinks’ vouchers.

Riverside Live festival takes place in the beautiful surroundings of Chester-le-Street’s Riverside Park, on Bank Holiday Sunday, the 28th of August.

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The festival’s stunning lineup includes Grammy-award-winning Lee “Scratch” Perry, and Coronation Street/Red Dwarf star Craig Charles.

Dub reggae legend Perry – who has worked with Bob Marley, the Beastie Boys, Max Romeo, and many others – will be performing his 1976 masterpiece album Super Ape in full at the festival.

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Before Perry’s performance, Craig Charles – now a world-renowned DJ – will be bringing his Funk & Soul Club along to really get the party started. He’ll have his trunk of funk with him for a night of pure dancefloor stomping.

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Joining them on the bill is an eclectic lineup of acts and DJs that includes punk pioneers The Undertones, indie-mods The Ordinary Boys, India’s finest ska band The Ska Vengers, Beth Macari, 100% Overproof, plus more TBC.


There will also be a second stage, featuring the best in local talent, the full lineup of which will be announced imminently.

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Tickets for Riverside Live 2016 are now on sale, via http://www.riversidelive.org, priced at just £30, plus booking fee.


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