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Rewind Scotland

Rewind Scotland

What: Rewind Scotland
Where: Scone Palace, Perth
When: Friday 18th July - Sunday 20th 2014

Over this coming weekend prepare to travel back to the 80s, as the Rewind Scotland enters its third year.

Happy memories of the 80s will surely come flooding back to those of us of a certain age, as the biggest bands of the decade take centre stage. Familiar names like Billy Ocean, 10CC, Heaven 17, Midge Ure, Go West, Hall & Oates, ABC, T’Pau and Johnny Hates Jazz to name just a few.

So popular is this annual event it has mostly sold out, although tickets are available for the Sunday starting at a reasonable £55.00 for adults and £27.50 for children.

There will be a huge array of entertainment on offer including:

• 80s themed bars
• funfairs for all ages
• street entertainers
• karaoke
• a quiet area to sit and chat with friends whilst enjoying the entertainment
• and of course the pinnacle of the event in our eyes: Fireworks.

We here at Epic HQ would love to have been able attend, most of us being children of the 80's but work comes first, we don't want to disappoint the customers who will be collecting their fireworks for their own celebrations, weddings, birthdays etc. over the weekend.

Planning your own music revival? , we can help, having the UK’s biggest range of fireworks fully stocked all year round at better than half price offers and the best quality pyro available, don’t take our word for it, read what our customers have to say at http://epicfireworks.com/testimonials

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