Croydon welcomes names such as Gerry and the Pacemakers and The Animals
Relive the 1960s when some of the decade’s biggest stars comes to town.
Liverpool FC fans will have the chance to hear the spine-tingling You’ll Never Walk Alone sung by Gerry and the Pacemakers themselves, while the Animals will be warning all young men about the dangers of the House of the Rising Sun.
Joining these two huge bands will be US popstar PJ Proby who had hits Hold Me, Somewhere and Maria and the lead singer of band the Tremeloes, Chip Hawkes, singing Here Comes My Baby, Silence is Golden and Call Me Number One.
Sixties Gold is a two-hour tribute to some of the best music produced in that magical decade for British talent.
Join the stars as they show they still have what it takes to get your toes tapping and you dancing in the aisles.
Sixties Gold; Fairfield Halls, Park Lane, Croydon; September 25, 8pm;Tickets cost £27.50 or £25; visit fairfield.co.uk or call 020 8688 9291.