SPANDAU Ballet’s Martin Kemp will be joined by Odyssey, The Real Thing and Nathan Moore from Brother Beyond at this year's Hale Barns Carnival.

Tickets went on sale at 11am for the popular two-day Hale Barns Carnival.

The third annual event will take place across the weekend of Saturday, July 20, and Sunday, July 21, with its biggest line up yet.

The event will be packed with fun for all the family including amazing attractions, traditional fun fair, and artisan foodie village, plus concerts each evening.

Daytime admission is free from noon to 5pm. The evening concerts are ticketed and gates open at 6pm with the concerts starting at 7.30pm.

All proceeds from ticket revenue will go towards community projects.

They are delighted to announce that Martin Kemp will be joined by three further headline acts – The Real Thing, Nathan Moore from Brother Beyond and disco legends Odyssey return to Hale Barns, Back by popular demand.

Martin Kemp will headline the Sunday evening concert with a Back To The 80s DJ set – as well as some Spandau Ballet classics to entertain the crowd.

He will be joined on the Sunday evening by fellow 80s heartthrob, Nathan Moore, former frontman of Brother Beyond.

The disco and soul spotlight is on Saturday evening’s concert with live performances from legendary bands, The Real Thing and Odyssey.

Odyssey lead singer Steven Collazo added: “We are so excited to be coming back to Hale Barns. You guys were crazy last time and we had so much fun. We can’t wait to party with you all again in beautiful Hale Barns along with our friends The Real Thing.”

Live entertainment during both days includes talented local acts on the main stage, including award-winning tribute acts of Bananarama, Status Quo, and Duran Duran.

The community focussed day event will open on the Saturday at noon with the Manchester Survivors Choir performing a special set on the B&M Stage made up of survivors and people directly affected by the recent Manchester Bombing.

The choir was recently featured on the Take That 30th anniversary documentary on BBC which saw Gary, Mark and Howard surprise the choir at a rehearsal in nearby Timperley.

The day event will feature a number of special attractions and displays including James Bond’s actual Aston Martin DB5 on display which was used in the latest Daniel Craig film; Spectre along with a spectacular display of super cars and movie cars worth over £10 million.

With high flying falconry displays, shire horses, a kids craft and make zone and a bustling gift and craft market, there is something for all the family to enjoy.

Max Eden, of Hale Barns Events, said: “We are excited that we can finally reveal our all-star line-up of headline acts for Hale Barns Carnival 2019.

"The weekend is going to be packed with fun for all the family with a fantastic live concert each evening and we have some very special surprises planned for both days.

“We’re thrilled to again offer free entry until 5pm across both days, encouraging visitors to come along and see what the Hale Barns Carnival is all about before the main event on both evenings. Saturday’s concert is all about disco and soul, while Sunday is going to be one big 80s party, don’t forget to dig out the neon and leg warmers. We look forward to welcoming visitors to the third annual Hale Barns Carnival!"

Evening tickets are £25 per adult or £45 for a weekend pass; under-16s, £10 per evening or £15 for a weekend pass.

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