Spandau Ballet's Martin Kemp announces Kettering gig - with free tickets for NHS workers
The bassist will be back for another DJ set at Wicksteed Park
Spandau Ballet bassist Martin Kemp will return to Kettering next year - and is offering free tickets for local NHS workers.
Kemp, 58, will be back at Wicksteed Park on February 19, 2021, after a sold out show earlier this year.
The 80s legend will be back behind the decks to spin all the best hits from the most influential era of pop.
He hopes the event will be something for fans to look forward to once the UK is over the coronavirus and, to acknowledge the amazing job the NHS is currently doing, there will be 200 free tickets for any NHS worker in the area.
Martin said: "This show will be a lot of fun and the ultimate return to the 80s.
"Music is everyone’s life soundtrack and transports us all to the best times of our lives - I think we all need that right now!
"Expect one of the most euphoric nights you’ve had since the 80s.”
A live band will join Martin on stage for the gig.
As a bassist in the multi-million selling band Spandau Ballet, Martin was behind hit after hit including ‘Gold’, ’True’ and countless other classics.
Fancy dress is not compulsory but anyone attending the gig has been encouraged to dust off their shoulder pads, sweatbands, leg warmers and double denim if they dare.
Tickets are available at https://www.easyticketing.co.uk/events/19-02-2021-20-00-martin-kemp-back-to-the-80s-party-nightNHS workers can apply for a free ticket by emailing proof of NHS employment to [email protected]
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