News: Let’s Rock Norwich (updated)

Nathan Moore is playing Let's Rock Norwich
Nathan Moore is playing Let's Rock Norwich

by Adam Aiken

There have been some last-minute tweaks to the line-up for this year’s Let’s Rock Norwich, with Midge Ure and Tony Hadley having to pull out at late notice.

Instead, Marc Almond and Nathan Moore will join the retro bill for the all-day event in Earlham Park.

Marc Almond is playing Norwich
Marc Almond is playing Norwich

Brother Beyond star Moore and Soft Cell legend Almond will be on the same stage as joint headliners Bananarama and Happy Mondays, as well as the likes of Heaven 17, Blancmange, T’Pau and Toyah.

Almond’s set should include favourites such as Tainted Love and Say Hello, Wave Goodbye.

And songs such as He Ain’t No Competition, The Harder I Try and Everlasting Love are likely to be in Moore’s set.

There are still some tickets left for Let’s Rock, with the gates set to open at 11am.

Click here for tickets.

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