Announcement: Stereophonics to perform in Suffolk as part of Forest Live
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One of Britain’s best live bands - Stereophonics - will be performing as part of this summer’s Forest Live concert series at Thetford Forest, in Suffolk.
Since their Best Newcomer Brit Award in 1998 in acknowledgment of their debut album, Word Gets Around, Stereophonics went on to become arguably the UK’s most popular rock band of the new millennium. Their ascendancy was driven by a succession of top ten hits including The Bartender and the Thief, Just Looking, Mr Writer, Have a Nice Day and Dakota and Number One albums Performance and Cocktails, Just Enough Education to Perform, You Gotta Go There To Come Back, and Language. Sex. Violence. Other?
Stereophonics continued their success with further gold and platinum records and released their 10th studio album, Scream Above The Sounds in 2017. Throughout their career they have played at some of the largest venues to fans across the globe, establishing a reputation as one of the best live rock bands around. Stereophonics Forest Live performances will feature material from across their extensive back catalogue.
Forest Live is a major outdoor live music series held every summer by Forestry Commission England in seven beautiful forests. Over 1.75 million people have attended a forest gig in the last 18 years. Money raised from ticket sales helps to look after the nation’s forests sustainably, for people to enjoy and wildlife to thrive.
Stereophonics, plus guests will perform at Thetford Forest on June 23. Tickets £55 (plus £6 booking fee) go on sale at 9am on Friday, January 18 from the: Forestry Commission box office, on: 03000 680400 or buy online: www.forestryengland.uk/music.
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The Forestry Commission is the government department responsible in England for protecting, expanding and promoting the sustainable management of woods and forests and increasing their value to society and the environment.
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