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Brighton and Hove News » Boy George & Culture Club, Bananarama, Lulu and Kim Wilde Sussex concert postponed to 2022

Boy George and Cultural Club

Boy George and Cultural Club have announced that their series of UK-exclusive outdoor shows as part of the Heritage Live concert series, will now take place next summer instead of this summer.

Boy George & Culture Club were scheduled to perform at Southern England Fairground in West Sussex on Saturday July 17, 2021, but this has now been postponed due to the current covid situation and will now take place on Saturday July 16, 2022.

Very special guests for the shows will be bananarama, Lulu and Kim Wilde. DJ Fat Tony will get the party started.

Since their creation in 1981, cultural club have sold over 150 million records worldwide, recognized as a Grammy Award-winning British institution with a stream of classic hits including ‘Do You Really Want To Hurt Me’, ‘Karma Chameleon’, ‘Church Of The Poison Mind’, ‘Victims’, ‘It’s A Miracle’ and ‘The War Song’.

The group is fronted by singer/songwriter Boy George, universally beloved as one of music’s most iconic artists who performs alongside original Culture Club members Roy Hay and Mikey Craig.

As the first multiracial group with an openly gay frontman, Culture Club set numerous records and established themselves as an icon of British musical history and popular culture.

bananarama

Originally formed as a trio in 1981, bananarama became a staple of the UK pop music scene in the 80s, steadily churning out hit after hit, with timeless classics including ‘Shy Boy’, ‘Cruel Summer’ and ‘Really say something’.

Their stamina would finally solidify when they released “Venus” which topped the US charts in 1986.

Their incredible run between 1982 and 2009 saw the group achieve a total of 28 UK Top 50 singles and a Guinness World Record for the most chart entries for an all-female group.

Lulu

Since establishing herself as one of the best-selling singers of the 1960s with her signature song ‘Shout’, Lulu has cultivated an incredible career in British popular culture.

Along with unprecedented milestones, Lulu made her film debut in 1967 opposite Sidney Poitier in ‘For sir, with love’, and performed the title track which was a #1 hit in the US. Lulu was also one of the four co-winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 1968 with the song ‘Boom Bang-A-Bang’, and later found success with his own eponymous BBC TV show; in addition to having a hit with the title theme of the 1974 classic Bond “The Man with the Golden Gun”. Lulu also had major chart success the previous year with her David Bowie cover. ‘The man who sold the world’.

Kim Wilde

With his first single ‘Children in America‘ in 1981, Kim Wilde established herself as one of the biggest stars of the 1980s, notably holding the record for the highest-charting British female solo act of the decade. In addition to selling over 10 million albums and 20 million singles, she is also a renowned television and radio presenter.

DJ Fat Tony

DJ Fat Tony is the original superstar DJ. A mainstay of the London party scene having played at some of the most legendary clubs of all time and birthday parties for Madonna, Prince and Michael Jackson, Tony has lit up Instagram with his DJ sets throughout lockdown, providing a source of entertainment for many.

More info on the artists below:
Boy George and Cultural Club / bananarama / Lulu / Kim Wilde / DJ Fat Tony / South of England Events Center

Tickets can be purchased HERE.

About Legacy Direct:
Heritage Live concerts are staged at some of the most beautiful and important venues in England. These historic landmarks, stately homes and performance grounds showcase the best of England’s unique heritage and serve as stunning backdrops to their parties. The series continues to expand its portfolio of venues as it continues to hold concerts at Kenwood’s landmark English heritage sites on Hampstead Heath in London and Audley End House & Gardens in Essex, having hosted artists such as Madness, The Jacksons, Van Morrison, Kris Kristofferson, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Jess Glynne and Nile Rodgers. Heritage Live is brought to you by GCE Live.

Car park:
Parking tickets can be purchased in advance through the online ticketing process when purchasing through Ticketmaster.co.uk, Heritage Live’s main ticketing agent.
Customers with Disabilities/Access:
For discounted disabled tickets, please purchase your tickets through Ticketmaster online at www.ticketmaster.co.uk . Please note that if you also require a space on our Disabled Viewing Platform and/or a space in our Disabled Parking, you MUST reserve it IN ADVANCE and IN ADDITION to purchasing of your concert ticket, by contacting Ticketmaster separately.

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