Look ‘Who’ is coming to this year’s Cheshire Show!
7 May 2015
INTERNATIONALLY-renowned Generation Music Club is teaming up with the Cheshire Show for the launch of the show’s first ever Music Marquee.
The marquee will bring a new twist to the popular farming and rural life event which annually attracts over 80,000 visitors when it takes place in June.
Generation Music Club, which celebrates iconic music and cultural anniversaries from ‘back in the day’, will be staging a range of music-themed activities focusing on marking 50 Years of The Who.
Among the treats for visitors will be a display of rock photography by Denis O’Regan, and a Pinball Wizard contest!
There will also be a ticketed live show on the evening of Tuesday, June 23, featuring Who’s Next, the UK’s premier tribute to The Who.
Julia Jones, Managing Director of Generation Music Club, said: “The Royal Cheshire County Show recognises that its visitors are also music fans and we were thrilled to be invited to join them this year.”
Nigel Evans, Executive Director of the Cheshire Show, added: “The Music Marquee will be an exciting new attraction at the Show and will give visitors even more to enjoy. We are especially looking forward to welcoming the Generation Music Club who are well known for staging excellent musical events internationally.”
Generation Music Club has been celebrating iconic music anniversaries since 2011 with a range of special events. For more information visit www.generationmusicclub.com.
This year’s Cheshire Show takes place on June 23 and 24, 2015 on the spectacular showground, at Tabley, near Knutsford.
Each year around 80,000 visitors attend to enjoy the event. Attractions include: thousands of horses, cattle and dogs featuring in competition events, Creamline Dairies Main Ring, vintage machinery, a Farmers’ Market, Countryside Experience with Birds of Prey, traditional and modern rural crafts, floral displays, Sainsbury’s Agri-Centre, and a host of celebrity chefs at the Roberts Bakery Food Hall.
All this and over 600 trade stands spanning an incredible five kilometres.