News: Let’s Rock Norwich

by Adam Aiken

The first bunch of acts for next year’s Let’s Rock Norwich have been revealed.

Tony Hadley, The Farm and Heaven 17 are amongst those who’ll be on the bill.

The day-long retro festival will take place in Earlham Park once again, on Saturday, August 19.

The headliners have yet to be confirmed, but Soft Cell, OMD and Human League are headlining the other Let’s Rock festivals around the country that have already been announced.

Tony Hadley will be at Let's Rock Norwich
Tony Hadley will be at Let’s Rock Norwich

Other acts heading to Norfolk will be Midge Ure, Neville Staple, Johnny Hates Jazz, Five Star, Toyah, T’Pau, Blancmange, Livin Joy, Neal X (of Sigue Sigue Sputnik), Janet Kay, Junior and Hollywood Beyond.

In a statement, Let’s Rock organisers Nick Billinghurst and Matt Smith: “It was truly humbling to have everyone back at Let’s Rock this summer after two difficult years, and it means the world to us that our loyal audience has stuck with us.

“We’re already looking forward to 2023 and can’t wait to return to Norwich with what will be a spectacular line-up. See you next summer!”

Next year’s festivals will continue Let’s Rock’s partnership with Child Bereavement UK. More than £800,000 has been raised since the tie-up began in 2014.

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