Fresh from sponsoring the main stage at the 20th annual Hastings Beatles Day, Gaby Hardwicke will be main stage sponsor at another music event, this time in Bexhill.
July’s Bexhill 60s Revolution is a celebration of all the things the 1960s is famous for: the fashion, the music, the dances, the vehicles and the social history that made the sixties so special.
The event is a town-wide, free festival taking place on 13 July 2019, and confirmed attractions for the day so far include:
- The Counterfeit Stones – described by Mick Jagger as “The most famous Stones band in England”.
- Beatles For Sale – one of the best Beatles tribute bands around, they’ll be showcasing the Magical Mystery Tour, with a spectacular finale on the roof of the De La Warr Pavilion.
- Bond Stunts – performing Bond action on the streets of Bexhill.
- Meyer Dancers – The UK’s leading 1960s dance troupe will be holding dance workshops on the De La Warr Pavilion terrace.
- Austin Powers – Brian Allanson, Britain’s much-loved Austin Powers lookalike, will be bringing the groove to the 60s Revolution.
- Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Batmobile, Herbie and Time Machine vehicles.
- Replica 1966 World Cup trophy and Neil Armstrong Apollo space suit.
- Carnaby Village Retro Market – including everything from fashion to vinyl records.
- Freak Flag (musicians bringing the sounds of Hendrix and Cream), hundreds of 1960s vehicles.
- Performances from the Diana Freeman School of Dance, East Sussex School of Performing Arts, 1066 Roller-dance and Hastings Stage Studio.
More events and attractions will be added, and for further details visit the organisers’ website: www.bexhill60srevolution.com