FANS of eighties music can see some of the decades’ top acts perform live as part of a short break in the UK.
The themed breaks are for three nights with dates between August this year and December next year.
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Acts vary depending on dates but some of the headliners include Curiosity Killed The Cat, Phil Collins by Deano, which includes all of Phil’s solo hits and The Fizz, which is made up of Cheryl Baker, Mike Nolan and Jay Ashton – three of the original members of Bucks Fizz.
Other acts include tributes to Go West, Annie Lennox, Boy George, Spandau Ballet, Lionel Richie, Duran Duran and more, plus guests also get to enjoy live DJs every night.
Breaks start from £219 per person at a range of stately hotels across the UK, with breakfast plus access to all activities, sports and leisure facilities included.
If you go for the Dinner, Bed & Breakfast option, it includes à la carte evening meals and the live shows, or you can opt for Bed & Breakfast with the option to add dinner and the live show on arrival for £25 per person per night.
Here are some of the three-night breaks currently on offer:
- Warner Leisure 80s festivals – book here
- Corton, Suffolk from £349pp
- Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel from £389pp
- Thoresby Hall, Nottinghamshire from £289pp
- Gunton Hall, Suffolk from £219pp
- Studley Castle, Warwickshire from £289pp
- Bembridge Coast Hotel from £219pp
Music lovers might also be interested in some of the other themed breaks on offer.
There’s a 70s music break from £169 per person with tributes to Neil Diamond, Queen, Bowie, Barry White and Tom Jones.
Guests can also expect ABBA classics and Travolta-style ‘Night Fever’, plus, party bands Disco Inferno and Popwork playing dance floor favourites.
Alternatively, the 60s music breaks – which costs from £179 per person – has tributes to artists and bands such as Lorraine Crosby’s Ready Steady 60s and The Swinging Blue Jeans.
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