Adam Ant Confirmed for Rewind Festival 2012

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Rewind Festival have confirmed yet another amazing artist to it's 80's line up with Adam Ant now added to the bill.

Rewind Festival have confirmed “Adam Ant and The Good, The Mad & The Lovely Posse” as very special guest for both this summer’s Rewind Scotland (20-22nd July, Scone Palace, Perth) and Rewind Festival (17-19th August, Temple Island Meadows, Henley-on-Thames). Adam Ant will perform at Rewind Scotland on Sunday 22nd July, and Henley-on-Thames on Sunday 19th August.

Adam Ant joins the glittering line-up of iconic 80s artists already on the bill for both Rewind Festivals, including Kool & The Gang, The Bangles, OMD and Soul II Soul, Average White Band, Ali Campbell’s UB40, Holly Johnson and Village People. This year's Rewind 80s Music Festivals in Perth and Henley will feature another massive line-up of iconic 80s recording artists.

Rewind Scotland’s line-up: Saturday 21st July features Ali Campbell’s UB40, Average White Band, Jimmy Somerville, Midge Ure, Five Star, Go West, Sinitta, Chesney Hawkes, Katrina (ex-Katrina and the Waves), Limahl, Right Said Fred, and Les McKeown’s Legendary Bay City Rollers. Sunday 22nd July features Holly Johnson, Village People, Adam Ant and The Good, The Mad & The Lovely Posse, Lightning Seeds, Marc Almond, ABC, Roland Gift, The Straits, Wang Chung, John Parr, Altered Images, and The Christians.

Rewind Henley’s line up: Saturday 18th August features Kool & The Gang, The Bangles, Grandmaster Flash, Rick Astley, Soul II Soul, Five Star, Starship, Heather Small, Jimmy Somerville, Sinitta, Right Said Fred, and Doctor & The Medics. Sunday 19th August features OMD, Adam Ant and The Good, The Mad & The Lovely Posse, Lightning Seeds, Roland Gift, Tony Hadley, The Straits, Wang Chung, Marc Almond, John Parr, Midge Ure, The Christians, and T'Pau.
 
Rewind Scotland (20th-22nd July 2012, Scone Palace, Perth)

Rewind Festival (17th-19th August 2012, Henley-on-Thames)

For tickets see Rewind Festival

Published on 06 February 2012 by Wayne Feltham

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