24 Jun-Rock Bottom 2017

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Rock Bottom 2017 is Marlow’s very own 1 day family friendly music festival.

Raising money for Marlow Bottom Playing Fields, which is a registered charity, it takes place between 2pm and 10:30pm on Saturday 24th June in the Marlow Bottom playing fields.

The Festival combines the best of international tribute bands, excellent cover bands and the latest local original artists on our main and acoustic stages.

This Years Compere is Marlow’s very own DAVE THE DISCO

There will be 2 stages with at least 10 bands and music to suite all tastes.

Early Evening headliner: Agnetha and Frida, the voices of Abba – back by popular demand, bringing the sound and dance of everybody’s favourite Abba songs.

Main Headliner: Noasis – the definitive tribute band to Manchester’s five piece super group Oasis. Formed by die hard Oasis fans back in 2006, the band has toured extensively and with over 600 performances to date has justly earned its reputation as the leader of the pack.
With an obsessive attention to detail the band recreates the real Oasis experience with amazing energy playing all the classic songs as if they were their own.
Noasis performed Live on the Chris Evans breakfast show in August 2013 and on the Main Stage at Chris Evans’ Carfest Festival in 2013 and 2014 for BBC Children in Need.
They opened the IOW Festival in 2015 to 10,000 people in the legendery Big Top marquee

Away from the music

Licensed Bar run by Rebellion Brewery.
As well as serving their fantastic locally brewered real ales there is wine , bubbly and Pimms on offer.

Selection of hot food stalls to suit all tastes.

Childrens Funfair

Free children’s attractions:
Silent Disco
Circus Skills
Punch and Judy.

Website : www.marlowrockbottom.weebly.com/

Tickets online : www.marlowrockbottom.weebly.com/tickets.html

Currently early-bird prices £35 for a family and £12.50 for an adult £5 for a kid. £10 for a Gazebo pitch

Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded MyMarlow.co.uk in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending over 2 decades doing this!

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