Rewind Festival is an annual 1980s-themed music festival that takes place at three locations across the UK.
Designed for lovers of all things '80s, it sees some of the best names of yesteryear appearing live on stage for a trip down memory lane and an epic couple of nights in the summer.
Rewind Festival North will return in 2018 with headliners The Jacksons, OMD and Bonnie Tyler, as well as performances from Marc Almond, Leo Sayer, Kim Appleby, Tiffany, The Fizz, Captain Sensible, Billy Ocean, Howard Jones, Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel, and The Undertones on Saturday, Midge Ure, Heaven 17, Imagination, Wendy James of Transvision Vamp, Doctor & The Medics, Musical Youth, The Boomtown Rats, Soul II Soul, Big Country and Hue & Cry on the Sunday night. Catch them live by checking out the festival dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Another amazing festival weekend with some top acts & the most glorious British summer.
We went for VIP again but were so disappointed as instead of being the intimate side section as in previous years, it was about 4 times as large, which took away the exclusivity & intimacy of the experience. I expect it's all about making more money for the organisers but to us, the experience was spoiled & we didn't feel special, despite paying more for VIP access than for the actual tickets themselves.
As usual, food & drink at the venue was extortionate - e.g. £15.00 for a bottle of cheap Bulgarian plonk which would've cost around £3.00 to buy. Very greedy, organisers! Alas, everyone is held to ransom to buy food & drink there as you're not allowed to take your own in. Completely understand this but do we have to be ripped off so much?? Please make your prices more reasonable.