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By Arena Webteam - 6th August 2017 9:05pm
THE LATEST: Screaming Beavers tickets — just a few left!
Tickets for 'The Screaming Beavers' are on sale now and are already selling-out fast. For just £12.50 per ticket, you get the chance to watch one of England's finest soul bands in an open air concert at The Badger Inn's field in Church Minshull @ 7.30pm on Friday 1st September 2017.
Supported by Nantwich-based Jim Farmer, 'The Screaming Beavers' boasts a four-man brass section and two fabulous female vocalists. The concert promises to be bursting with energy so don't forget your dancing shoes! Be prepared to hear your favourite hit songs from the 60's moving through to the sensational disco tunes of the 70's that everyone remembers.
Get your tickets from Kerry before they sell out! (01270 522144).
The Screaming Beavers are Back!
After last year's sell-out concert, 'The Screaming Beavers' will once again be performing on The Badger Inn's field at 7.30pm on Friday 1st September 2017.
With a 4-piece brass section and two stunning female vocalists, the band promises a dynamic performance, featuring memorable Motown and disco hits from the 60' and 70's from artists including Aretha Franklin, Hot Chocolate and Tina Turner.
This year's concert promises to be another night to remember. The band's authentic soul sound and infectious energy will have everyone up and dancing.
Local musician, Jim Farmer, who is well-known for playing in and around Nantwich venues both as a solo artist and as part of the King's Pistol band will be supporting 'The Screaming Beavers'.
Make sure you book your tickets early to avoid disappointment as they're already selling out fast. Tickets are £12.50 and are available from Kerry on 01270 522144.
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