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Silverstone Classic reveals live music headliners

It’s been almost 50 years since Canned Heat played Woodstock, but the Californian boogie band is still going strong. They will headline this year’s Silverstone Classic Friday night live music bill, it was announced today (20 March). 

Tribute bands Aerosmith Big Ones and the Ultimate Eagles complete the Friday night line-up.

Bonnie Tyler will top the bill on Saturday night. ‘Signed, Sealed and Delivered: A Motown Revue’ are also set to perform in a 50-year celebration for the Ford Mustang.

The award-winning Silverstone Classic takes place on 25-27 July. Along with live music, the festival will include motor racing from Formula 1 and Grand Prix, sports, GT and touring cars. 

“There will be more bumper grids of historic racing cars and we’ve already had a record number of car clubs signing up for displays,” Nick Wigley, Silverstone’s event director, said. “But while the cars will always be the stars, live music has always been a key part of the family entertainment on offer.”

You can read more about how Silverstone is transforming its facilities to include a wider range of events in the April issue of Access All Areas.

Do you have news for Access All Areas? Email ehudson@mashmedia.net

Posted on: 20/3/14

 

 

Silverstone Classic reveals live music headliners

It’s been almost 50 years since Canned Heat played Woodstock, but the Californian boogie band is still going strong. They will headline this year’s Silverstone Classic Friday night live music bill, it was announced today (20 March). 

Tribute bands Aerosmith Big Ones and the Ultimate Eagles complete the Friday night line-up.

Bonnie Tyler will top the bill on Saturday night. ‘Signed, Sealed and Delivered: A Motown Revue’ are also set to perform in a 50-year celebration for the Ford Mustang.

The award-winning Silverstone Classic takes place on 25-27 July. Along with live music, the festival will include motor racing from Formula 1 and Grand Prix, sports, GT and touring cars. 

“There will be more bumper grids of historic racing cars and we’ve already had a record number of car clubs signing up for displays,” Nick Wigley, Silverstone’s event director, said. “But while the cars will always be the stars, live music has always been a key part of the family entertainment on offer.”

You can read more about how Silverstone is transforming its facilities to include a wider range of events in the April issue of Access All Areas.

Do you have news for Access All Areas? Email ehudson@mashmedia.net

Posted on: 20/3/14