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The Human League at Redcar Rocks Festival

Redcar Rocks Festival prepares to welcome one of the greatest bands to have emerged from the eighties on Friday 11th June - The Human League. Find out more here.

Mike Warburton

Date published: 3rd Jul 2014

Photo: The Human League

Located on the Redcar seafront next to the boating lake is Tuned In! - the stunning setting for this year's Redcar Rocks Festival. On the menu for its arrival on 11th July will be two stages of music and comedy, a massive selection of real ales, street performers, a silent disco, a mouthwatering food village and the notorious Coatham Cabana Cocktail Bar - all the ingredients needed to ensure a quality festival experience.

The music line up boasts a wealth of up and coming local talent who rub shoulders with some of the country's more established pop icons. Leading the charge is one such iconic group - The Human League, who will be descending on the festival with their formidable arsenal of classic chart toppers guaranteed to get a rapturous reception from the Redcar Rocks crowd.

Expect Phil Oakey and gang to tear through their adored hits like 'Don't You Want Me', 'Love Action' (relive that seminal hit above) 'Fascination' and 'Human', reminding us once again why they stand as one of the most cherished British pop outfits of all time.

Joining them on the bill will be Middlesbrough Indie pop specialists Collectors Club, London based six piece Goldheart Assemble, downtempo electronica wizards Beach, high octane pop rockers Twister, bluegrass and classic rock devotees Bessie and the Zinc Buckets and 20 man ukelele orchestera The Stockton to Darlington Ukulele Express.

Head here for your Redcar Rocks tickets.

 

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