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Party in Acklam Park 2021 Tickets | Middlesbrough Rugby And Cricket Club Middlesbrough  | Sun 29th August 2021 Lineup

Party in Acklam Park 2021 tickets

Middlesbrough Rugby And Cricket Club in Middlesbrough

Sunday 29th August 2021

1:00pm til 10:00pm (last entry 6:00pm)

Minimum Age: 1

One of the North East's Number One Music and Family Festival's with fantastic Live bands and a brilliant childrens' Play Zone.

 
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Party in Acklam Park 2021 on Sunday 29th August 2021

Now in its 5th year (4th event) Party In Acklam Park has gained a reputation as a one of the stand out events in the North East.

Each year we strive to increase its reputation but to do that we have to raise the level of artists and bands which also ensure we are ahead of the game. Not only do we aim to maintain our previous customers but we also want attract a much wider audience as we pursue national recognition.

I’m sure this year’s line-up (below) will help us achieve our aim, create a buzz in the North East and beyond as we thoroughly expect record numbers wanting tickets:

Kopycat Killers and Beatlemania not only have a fantastic reputation and following in the UK but are equally popular in numerous countries overseas.

Add to the line up the UK award winner Tameka Jackson for her amazing te to Diana Ross

Wedon’t stop there! With the brilliant vocals of Emma Singh banging out sets to both Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift makes it an event not to be missed!

Festivals Guide: 

This event is part of our Festivals 2021 guide

Music Genres: 

80s, Covers Band/Tribute Act, Pop, Rock, Soul

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