New names added to Upton Sunshine Festival - The Worcester Observer

New names added to Upton Sunshine Festival

Worcester Editorial 10th Jun, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016   0

NEW NAMES have been confirmed for this year’s Upton-upon-Severn Sunshine Festival.

The Observer which is in partnership with the event’s organisers, has also declared the first winner of our fortnightly ticket giveaway.

Dozens of acts are already scheduled to perform across three stages over the weekend from August 22 to 24.

Liverpool band The Farm are among the latest performers to be booked. Their debut album Spartacus reached the top of the UK album chart in March 1991 and their well-known hit ‘All together now’ was produced by Madness member Graham McPherson aka Suggs.




Kenny Thomas is another act confirmed for the event. His first album Voices went platinum in its first week and went on to make double platinum sales in the UK seeing four hit singles released; ‘Outstanding’, ‘Thinking about your love’, ‘Best of you’ and ‘Tender love’.

There will also be charity stalls, a fairground and a fireworks display during the weekend.


Visit www.uptonfestival.co.uk for more information.

Once again we are giving readers a chance to win a pair of full weekend tickets worth £150. To be in with a chance simply answer the following question:

How many years has the Upton-upon-Severn Sunshine Festival been going?

Answers must include a name, contact telephone number, address and the correct answer and must be received by 5pm on Friday June 20.

Entries should be e-mailed to [email protected] or posted to Malvern Editor, Sunshine Festival competition, Malvern Observer, Webb House, Church Green East, Redditch, B98 8BP.

Steve Farmer from Malvern is the first lucky winner.

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