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Chester Rocks 2014 will have one of the hottest line-ups of the year featuring the UK’s premier pop performers. The event, which takes place at Chester Racecourse, further establishes the venue as one of the region’s finest for outdoor music.
The line up for the weekend includes headliners Dizzee Rascal and Razorlight, plus The Hoosiers, The Feeling and more!
The Big Reunion Summer Party on Sunday brings together bands from both series of the hit ITV2 television show for a special one off event that celebrates pop music from the nineties and the noughties. There is no other party like this this summer, it’s a one off where you can look forward to all the hits from 5ive, 911, Atomic Kitten, A1, Damage and 5th Story.
Please visit www.chester-rocks.com/ for more information.
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