Win tickets to see UB40, Suzi Quatro and more at Sunshine Festival - The Redditch Standard

Win tickets to see UB40, Suzi Quatro and more at Sunshine Festival

Redditch Editorial 7th Aug, 2015 Updated: 18th Oct, 2016   0

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TWO OF the world’s biggest artists have announced they will be giving special performances at The Sunshine Festival in Upton-upon-Severn.

BRIT award-winner Gabrielle and rock star Suzi Quatro will be appearing at the event, which will take place between August 28 and 30.

Gabrielle is an English singer and songwriter and topped the charts in 1993 with her debut single Dreams. This was followed with many more hits including Rise, Walk On By, Sunshine and Give Me A Little More Time.




Meanwhile, Suzi Quartro will be celebrating 50 years of rock and roll and will make this her only British festival performance.

Her hits, which have been sold across the globe, include Devil Gate Drive, Can the Can and 48 Crash and have seen her become the first female base player to become a major world rock star.


Other music acts which will be appearing include UB 40, ABC, The Real Thing and many more.

Also on line-up will be the Chuckle Brothers, The Comedians and the World famous magician – Paul Daniels.

There will also be an international food zone, kids land and trading village.

Visit www.uptonfestival.co.uk for tickets. Children under 12 also go free.

We have two weekend pairs of tickets to give away to this fantastic event.

To enter, all you need to do is tell us in which US state Suzi Quatro was born in. Email your answers to [email protected] marking your email as Sunshine Comp, to reach us by Friday, August 14.

The editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

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