South Tyneside Sunday Concerts: MARTI PELLOW
@ Bents ParkBook Now
14 July 2019
12:00pm to 5:00pm
Free/upgrade to a Priority Plus ticket for £6 (under 5s free)
Marti Pellow will headline the first of this year’s South Tyneside Festival Sunday Concerts!
The former Wet Wet Wet lead singer will be performing at this free open-air concert on Sunday 14 July at Bents Park, on South Shields’ beautiful seafront.
Marti Pellow is undoubtedly one of Britain’s iconic music stars. Having achieved the highest accolades with one of the most successful bands in UK pop history, he is now achieving that rare position of a highly successful career as both a solo artist and as a leading musical theatre star. We’re delighted to have him headlining the first of our 4 festival concerts this summer!
Support is from The Good Souls, a great local band who perform songs from the likes of The Killers, Oasis, Police, Bowie, Beatles and many more.
It’s a FREE concert to enjoy, but why not upgrade to a Priority Plus ticket.
A Priority Plus ticket allows earlier access into the event to pick the best spot, along with access to a dedicated bar area and toilets. If you would prefer to arrive later your ticket will still provide you with access, however your viewing position may be more towards the rear of the crowd.
Priority Plus tickets are £6 (under 5s are free). They can only be purchased in advance and only a limited amount are available. Tickets are on sale now from:
Or in person at the Shop @ The Word, South Shields Market Square
Gates open approx. 12 noon for Priority Plus ticket holders and approx. 12.45pm for free entry for which no tickets are required.
You are welcome to bring your own food and drink, but there will be plenty of food outlets and bars in the park too. You can help us reduce the amount of waste at concerts by not bringing glass bottles into the park.
We will be carrying out bag searches for people entering the park. To help speed up the process visitors are encouraged to limit the number of bags they bring, and should leave any sharp instruments at home.
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