|04-07 November 2011||Ultimate 80s 2011, Minehead at Butlins Somerwest World
See ENTS24for more details of the venue.
|14+15 October 2011||B.E.F. presents "Music of Quality and Distinction Live" at The Roundhouse,
Following the success of Heaven 17’s ‘Penthouse and Pavement 30th Anniversary Tour’ in 2010, Martyn Ware’s production project, ‘British Electric Foundation’ (B.E.F.) is proud to present ‘Music of Quality and Distinction Live’, a 2-day festival at London’s prestigious Roundhouse from October 14-15th, celebrating 30 years of seminal electronic music and unique collaborations. Heaven 17 will perform the world premiere of their 1983 album ‘The Luxury Gap’ on Friday October 14th, followed by B.E.F.’s first ever live performance featuring tracks from the albums ‘Music of Quality & Distinction Vol. 1 & 2’ on Saturday October 15th. Performed on Friday October 14th for the first time, Heaven 17’s The Luxury Gap album went to #4 in the UK Album chart and spawned 4 hit singles - Let Me Go, Temptation, Come Live With Me, and Crushed by the Wheels of Industry. The concert will be performed using 3D soundscape composition techniques pioneered by Martyn Ware and Vince Clarke. Over the last three decades, B.E.F.’s work has achieved a cult status and universal acclaim. Their 1981 debut album Music For Stowaways was recently hailed by Uncut magazine as one of the “50 Greatest Lost Albums of All Time.” The B.E.F. concert will be entirely devoted to their groundbreaking 30-year career of electronic pop, featuring some of the artists who originally performed on the Music of Quality and Distinction albums. Guest vocalists confirmed for the Music of Quality and Distinction concert include Elly Jackson (LaRoux), Boy George (Culture Club), Green Gartside (Scritti Politti), Sandie Shaw, Kim Wilde, Andy Bell (Erasure), Shingai Shoniwa (Noisettes), Midge Ure (Ultravox), Glenn Gregory (Heaven 17) and Polly Scattergood (more names to be confirmed shortly). Read the official online press release here - http://www.noblepr.co.uk/Press_Releases/meanfiddler/heaven17-bef.htm
See the official website for even more details, deep link here
...and now some additions...
|20 August 2011||Flashback
Human League + Level 42 + Heaven 17 + Nik Kershaw + Toyah Willcox
Clumber Park, Worksop, Saturday 20th August 2011 from 5:00pm
|30 July 2011||Whitstable - The Harbour Garden Cafe|
|29 July 2011||London - Electronic Revue, Vintage festival|
|Weekend 29-31 July 2011||Rewind Scotland - The 80s Festival
with Heaven 17 and Rick Astley + Tony Hadley + Human League + Billy Ocean + Kim Wilde + Howard Jones + Bananarama + Nik Kershaw + Hue & Cry + ABC + Fiction Factory + Imagination + The Bluebells + Go West! + T'Pau + Kid Creole and The Coconuts + The Real Thing + The Beat + Toyah Willcox
Scone Palace Scone Perth Perthshire PH2 6BD
Heaven 17 will be on stage on Sunday July, 31th
Tickets see Ents24
Rewind – The 80s Music Festival is to launch a new weekend event at Scone Palace in Perthshire, Scotland from 29th-31st July 2011. The festival will boast the biggest live outdoor line-up of 80s recording artists and performers ever! Tickets go on sale to the general public at 9am on Friday January 21st. For further ticket outlet info and prices visit: www.rewindfestival.com.
The Scottish edition of “Rewind – The 80s Music Festival” boasts 25 of the most iconic 80s artists. The Saturday 30th line-up features Tony Hadley, Rick Astley, Billy Ocean, Bananarama, ABC, Hue & Cry, The Bluebells, Go West, Kid Creole & The Coconuts, T’Pau, The Beat, Doctor & The Medics, and Cutting Crew.
The Sunday 31st July line-up features The Human League, Kim Wilde, Howard Jones, Nik Kershaw, Heaven 17, Fiction Factory, Imagination, The Real Thing, Toyah, China Crisis, Hazel O’Connor, and Modern Romance.
Originally launched at Henley-on-Thames in 2009, the 80s Rewind Music Festival was the surprise success of the year attracting 30,000 people. The festival was nominated for Best New Festival of 2009. In its second year at Henley-On-Thames (2010), the festival grew to capacity at 40,000 people and was broadcast for the first time on Sky Arts television.
2011 is the first year the organisers have confirmed a Scottish version of the festival. The all-star 80s line-up will perform at the historic setting of Scone Palace in Perthshire; the home of The Earls of Mansfield and the crowning palace of the Kings of Scotland. In addition to the massive line-up of 80s talent, the festival will include loads of other festival fun from Silent Discos to Live Karaoke bars along with Camping and Glamping (Glamorous Camping) options.
Please read the official press release with downloadable hi resolution images - http://www.noblepr.co.uk/Press_Releases/rewind/scotland.htm
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|01 July 2011||Godiva Festival, Coventry|
|Wednesday 02 March 2011||Supporting Claudia Brücken London Scala
One of the most distinctive voices of the 1980's, Claudia Brücken is best known as the lead singer of hit-making combo Propaganda. Celebrating Claudia's work over the last 25 years, this extra special show will also feature special guests Andy Bell (Erasure), Glenn Gregory and Martin Ware (Heaven 17) Paul Humphreys (OMD), Susanne Freytag (Propaganda) and Andrew Poppy. A must for any Eighties fan.
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|Sunday 27 February 2011||Buxton - Buxton Opera House|
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