REWIND 80’s Festival
News Date
27th January 2016

Following her 2015 appearance at the REWIND South Africa festivals we are delighted to announce that Hazell is joining the UK REWIND 80’s Festival for Summer 2016.

REWIND SCOTLAND: Scone Palace. Perth: 23rd July
REWIND NORTH: Capesthorne Hall. Cheshire: 6th August
REWIND SOUTH: Temple Island Meadows. Henley on Thames: 20th August

REWIND The 80s Festival – the world’s biggest 80s music festival, is back with three UK festivals during July and August 2016.

REWIND SCOTLAND: will return for its sixth year at Scone Palace, Perth on Friday 22nd July until Sunday 24th July with headline performances from Holly Johnson and Adam Ant, plus performances from Rick Astley, ABC, Tony Hadley, Big Country, Marc Almond, Midge Ure, Leo Sayer, Slim Jim Phantom From Stray Cats, Go West, Roland Gift, Living in a Box, China Crisis, Average White Band, Toyah, The Beat, Annabella’s Bow Wow Wow, The Bluebells, Hazell Dean, Snap, plus British Electric Foundation ft. Thomas Dolby, Heaven 17’s Glenn Gregory, The Noisettes’ Shingai Shoniwa, Mari Wilson, The Farm’s Peter Hooton, plus many more big names.

REWIND NORTH: for the third year, REWIND returns to the North of England at Capesthorne Hall, Cheshire from Friday 5th August until Sunday 7th August. Headline performances include Adam Ant and Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey, plus appearances from UB40, The Christians, Earth Wind and Fire Experience, Marc Almond, Rick Astley, Midge Ure, Go West, Slim Jim Phantom From Stray Cats, Nik Kershaw Jason Donovan, Paul Carrack, Hazel O’Connor, Dr & The Medics, From The Jam and the British Electric Foundation featuring guest artists including Joy Division’s Peter Hook, Heaven 17’s Glen Gregory, Thomas Dolby, Mari Wilson, The Noisettes’ Shingai Shoniwa and more.

REWIND SOUTH: Temple Island Meadows, Henley-on-Thames returns for its eighth year on Friday 19th August until Sunday 21st August with headliners Erasure’s Andy Bell and Adam Ant, plus 80s stars Tony Hadley and Orchestra, Rick Astley, Jimmy Somerville, Marc Almond, Roland Gift, Leo Sayer, The Trevor Horn Band, Lloyd Cole and The Leopards, Living in A Box, The Blockheads, Heather Small, Toyah, The Beat, Snap, plus the British Electric Foundation return featuring Jaki Graham, Mari Wilson, The Farm’s Peter Hooton, Landscape, Heaven 17’s Glenn Gregory, plus many more big names.

Tickets available from Friday 29th January