Christmas Pops Concert 2016
Classic soul legends Clem Curtis & The Foundations are bringing all their top hits including, ‘Baby Now that I’ve found you’, ‘Back on my feet again’ and dance floor classic ‘Build me up Buttercup’ to St Thomas’ Church, Rhyl on Sunday 4th December, 2016 for the AnnualChristmas Pops concert.
concert line-up also includes:
Sian Davies, County Events Manager for Denbighshire Council, said: "This is going to be a fantastic event and a great night.will be performing with a top notch live band and for music fans this is going to be amazing."
- Georgia Holland: Georgia has been a vocalist for 18 years and has performed in venues all over the country including theatres such as Manchester's Opera House and Bridgewater Hall. Her smooth, sulty voice gives ainterpretation to time honoured soul classics and makes them her own.
- Only Boys Aloud: Only Boys Aloud made their first appearance at the opening of the National Eisteddfod in Ebbw Vale in 2010now have 200 teenage boys in 14 regional choirs across Wales who meet weekly at their local venue and come together for full rehearsals and concerts.
- The Rhyl Choir haveperformed regularly in their own community, offering support to local fundraising initiatives and causes which resonates with them. Also appearing at the concert will be pupils from Ysgol Emmanuel, Rhyl.
The concert, organised by Denbighshire County Council, in partnership with Rhyl Town Council, will be staged at St Thomas’ Church, Rhyl on Sunday, December 4th at 5pm.
Tickets for the event are free, but people interested in joining the celebrations need to reserve their tickets by contacting Rhyl Tourist Information Centre.
Tickets will be available from 10 am (Wednesday 9th November ) and for further information on opening times of the office you can contact Rhyl Tourist Information Centre on 01745 355068.