Brit-Pop fans will have the chance to relive the glory days of the 1990s at Port Solent on Bank Holiday Saturday, 27th May.
Some of the decade’s most memorable hits will be performed by Brit-Pop tribute bands It Must Be Madness, Supersonics, Blurd and 19 Forever, to keep the crowds singing and dancing to their favourite tunes.
Iconic Cool Britannia live music will blast across the waterside at the popular leisure destination from 1pm. The concert is free to attend and open to all. There will be plenty of food and drink outlets, bars and restaurants open at Port Solent to keep everybody refreshed.
Brit-Pop Madness is part of this year’s Port Solent's Summer Mix Tape programme. There are other dates for your diary to enjoy live music in the sunshine this summer, including the sassy Sounds of Summer on 24th June and the return of the terrific Totally Tributes on 29th July. All will feature legendary local tribute bands.
Port Solent’s Lisa Fowler said: “The Brit-Pop Madness event is a real chance for fans of the Cool Britannia era to enjoy some fantastic live music from the 90s. It promises to be a bank holiday hit with plenty of great music and fun for everyone. It would be Madness to miss out!
“Our wonderful bars and restaurants help to fund all our events so that you can enjoy them for free. Please support them where possible during your visit by purchasing your food and drink on site - doing so helps us continue to put on these events for you free of charge.
“We look forward to welcoming you to this fabulous free Brit-Pop event, part of our popular Port Solent Summer Mix Tape programme.”
More than 8000 music lovers enjoyed the majestic sounds of Forever Queen, Kingz of Leon and Craig Jefferson and The Wonder of Elvis at the Royal Rhythms gig on May 7th to mark the King's Coronation.
Find out about Brit-Pop Madness and other events here.