Here are the new dates and venues for next year's Let's Rock festivals

Having postponed its summer series due to the current pandemic the year, Let’s Rock have confirmed the rescheduled dates for summer 2021.

The line-ups remain the same, with headliners including Adam Ant, OMD, Wet Wet Wet, and UB40, and other performers including Tony Hadley, The Boomtown Rats, Kim Wilde, Marc Almond, Sister Sledge, The Undertones, Midge Ure’s Electronica, Toyah, T’Pau, Go West, Nik Kershaw, Chesney Hawkes, Betty Boo, and Heaven 17.LockdownFest, organised by Let’s Rock in aid of its official charity partner Child Bereavement UK, raised more than £130,000 for the charity.

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The online event - which featured live-at-home sets from Let’s Rock legends including Tony Hadley, Wet Wet Wet, ABC, Jools Holland, Howard Jones, Midge Ure, and Jason Donovan - was streamed live on YouTube and drew an estimated audience of two million.

Say Let’s Rock organisers UK Live: “This year really has proved that Let’s Rock is a family, and so finally we’d like to say a huge thank you to the Let’s Rock family for the incredible loyalty and understanding you’ve shown us during these exceptional times. We all deserve a party next summer.”

A celebration of all things pop and 80s, Let’s Rock offers gloriously unpretentious non-stop fun, with legendary artists performing hit after hit to a crowd of all ages.Independently run and owned, UK Live has raised more than £500,000 for Child Bereavement UK since the very first Let’s Rock, Let’s Rock The Moor in Cookham, Berkshire in 2009.Since then Let’s Rock has grown and grown, with 2019 proving the most successful summer series its 11-year history, with 12 festival locations and a total audience of more than 150,000.Original tickets remain valid for the rescheduled dates, and each ticket is transferable to any other of the Let’s Rock locations in 2021.

Let’s Rock 2021 Festival Series

May 22 - Let’s Rock The Moor, Marsh Meadow, Cookham, BerkshireUB40, Tony Hadley, Abc, Kim Wilde, Howard Jones, Tony Hadley, Midge Ure’s Electronica, The Art Of What?!, ToyahTickets:

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May 29 - Let’s Rock Norwich, Earlham Park, NorwichThe Boomtown Rats, Wet Wet Wet, ABC, Howard Jones, Tony Hadley, Kim Wilde, Sister Sledge, Betty BooTickets:

June 5 - Let’s Rock Wales, Tredegar Park, NewportAdam Ant, OMD, ABC Howard Jones, Kim Wilde, Chesney Hawkes, The Art Of What!?, T’pau, Betty BooTickets:

June 12 - Let’s Rock The North East, Herrington Country Park, SunderlandOMD, Billy Ocean, Abc, Howard Jones, Sister Sledge, Midge Ure’s Electronica, Go West, Nik KershawTickets:

June 19 - Let’s Rock Scotland, Dalkeith Country Park, MidlothianAdam Ant, OMD Tony Hadley, ABC, Howard Jones, Sister Sledge, Midge Ure’s Electronica, Go WestTickets:

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June 26 - Let’s Rock Leeds, Temple Newsam, LeedsOMD, ABC, Howard Jones, Tony Hadley, Kim Wilde, Sister Sledge, Heaven 17, T’pau, Betty BooTickets:

July 3 - Let’s Rock Exeter, Powderham Castle, Kenton, ExeterAdam Ant, Wet Wet Wet, Abc, Howard Jones, Tony Hadley, Kim Wilde, Midge Ure’s Electronica, Peter Hook & The LightTickets:

July 10 - Let’s Rock Southampton, Southampton Common, SouthamptonOMD, Wet Wet Wet, ABC, Marc Almond, Go West, Midge Ure’s Electronica, T’pauTickets:

July 17 - Let’s Rock Shrewsbury. The Quarry, ShrewsburyAdam Ant, OMD, ABC, Howard Jones, Tony Hadley, Midge Ure’s Electronica, Go West, Nik KershawTickets:

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July 24 - Let’s Rock Liverpool, Wavertree Playing Fields (Mystery)Adam Ant, Wet Wet Wet, ABC, Howard Jones, Kim Wilde, Sister Sledge, Heaven 17, Belinda CarlisleTickets:

September 4 - Let’s Rock Kent, Mote Park, MaidstoneWet Wet Wet, Bananarama, ABC, Howard Jones, Midge Ure’s Electronica, Sister Sledge, Go West, The Real ThingTickets:

September 11 - Let’s Rock Essex, Kings Farm, Margaretting Road, ChelmsfordAdam Ant, Omd, Abc, Howard Jones, Marc Almond, Heather Small, Leo SayerTickets:

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