The Clumber Music Festival takes place this weekend with something for everyone on the bill.
First up tonight (Friday), legendary rockers Status Quo play a headline set with all their classic hits including Down Down, Whatever You Want and Rockin’ All Over The World.
Then tomorrow (Saturday) is the Flashback Concert which will be headlined by Billy Ocean, who has sold over 30 million records through massive hits such as Love Really Hurts Without You and When the Going Gets Tough.
Joining him on the bill will be Kim Wilde, who will bring back great memories with her 1980s hits such as Kids in America, You Came and her worldwide smash You Keep Me Hanging On.
Also confirmed are Sheffield band ABC, who were icons the 1980s pop and dance scene with songs like Poison Arrow, The Look Of Love and All Of My Heart.
Returning to Clumber will be former Bronski Beat and Communards frontman Jimmy Sommerville and Flashback favourites Go West.
Another flashback debutante will be Midge Ure, best known for his time with Ultravox and monster hits like Vienna, Reap The Wild Wind, and Love’s Great Adventure.
Also on the bill is Katrina, former lead singer of Katrina & The Waves, who is best known for the infectious hit Walking on Sunshine.
The line-up is completed by Doctor and the Medics who had a massive hit with Spirit in the Sky.
Sunday (17th August) sees things get altogether more serene as TV star Aled Jones and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra present Last Night of the Proms.
Camping is available for anyone planning to attend.
To book tickets, call 0845 0756101 or visit www.ukevensandproduction.com