Eighties stars ready to flock to Southampton Common for city's biggest party

Daily Echo: Bananarama Bananarama

IT’S set to be one of the biggest parties that the city has ever seen.

Southampton Common will be transported back to the ’80s next weekend as some of the biggest music stars of the decade descend for an all-day extravaganza.

More than 10,000 tickets have already been sold for the Let’s Rock! concert which will see performances from artists including Bananarama, ABC and headliner Billy Ocean.

A giant stage will be put in place ready for Saturday’s event – the first time it has ever come to Southampton having proved an enormous success in other parts of the UK including Bristol, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.

Although there is less than a week to go, it’s not too late to book tickets for the one-day festival which happens to take place as celebrations continue to mark 50 years since Southampton was awarded city status by the Queen.

But you could also be one of ten lucky Daily Echo readers who stand a chance of winning tickets for you and three friends or family members as we team up with Let’s Rock! to offer a bumper ticket giveaway today.

Charity Child Bereavement UK is also set to benefit from the Let’s Rock! concert, having been chosen as a charity partnership by organisers Matt Smith and Nick Billinghurst.

As well as a main stage for music, there will also be a children’s zone where youngsters can learn circus skills like juggling and unicycling while there will also be plenty of stalls at the site selling food and drink.

A park and ride scheme will run from the sports ground in Wide Lane, Eastleigh, throughout the day while a shuttle bus service will be operating between the ferry terminal, railway station and Southampton Common.

Limited car parking will also be made available at Richard Taunton Sixth Form College in Hill Lane.

Gates will open on the pathway near to The Cowherds pub on The Avenue on Saturday at 11am with music starting at noon and continuing throughout the day until 10.30pm.

Matt Smith told the Daily Echo it is looking like it will be an incredible day.

He said: “This is our last Let’s Rock! event of the season and we want to go out with a bang.

“We have an amazing line-up and are very much looking forward to coming to Southampton for the first time.”

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11:07am Mon 7 Jul 14

shirlski says...

I hope for the sake of the 'Eighties Stars' it's the crowds that are 'flocking' to Southampton Common, otherwise they'll just have to flock each other.
I hope for the sake of the 'Eighties Stars' it's the crowds that are 'flocking' to Southampton Common, otherwise they'll just have to flock each other. shirlski
  • Score: 3

11:09am Mon 7 Jul 14

dyjps says...

Oh terrific ! more bad parkers around the whole area even though there are shuttle buses. I wouldn't normally worry too much but drivers have to squeeze through our road, we lose our door mirrors and I can't even park on my drive. Come on council and put some cones out in our back-streets where drivers should not park otherwise bus drivers will find it almost impossible to get through our road (at least 3 normal services during the day).
Oh terrific ! more bad parkers around the whole area even though there are shuttle buses. I wouldn't normally worry too much but drivers have to squeeze through our road, we lose our door mirrors and I can't even park on my drive. Come on council and put some cones out in our back-streets where drivers should not park otherwise bus drivers will find it almost impossible to get through our road (at least 3 normal services during the day). dyjps
  • Score: -16

11:23am Mon 7 Jul 14

Lone Ranger. says...

shirlski wrote:
I hope for the sake of the 'Eighties Stars' it's the crowds that are 'flocking' to Southampton Common, otherwise they'll just have to flock each other.
perhaps you missed the bit QUOTE:- "More than 10,000 tickets have already been sold"
[quote][p][bold]shirlski[/bold] wrote: I hope for the sake of the 'Eighties Stars' it's the crowds that are 'flocking' to Southampton Common, otherwise they'll just have to flock each other.[/p][/quote]perhaps you missed the bit QUOTE:- "More than 10,000 tickets have already been sold" Lone Ranger.
  • Score: 11

11:29am Mon 7 Jul 14

shirlski says...

Perhaps you missed that I was just questioning the odd use of the word 'flock' in the Headline, in relation to the actual acts are they Flocking to the common? Pedant alert yes o.k
Perhaps you missed that I was just questioning the odd use of the word 'flock' in the Headline, in relation to the actual acts are they Flocking to the common? Pedant alert yes o.k shirlski
  • Score: 4

11:33am Mon 7 Jul 14

Lone Ranger. says...

shirlski wrote:
Perhaps you missed that I was just questioning the odd use of the word 'flock' in the Headline, in relation to the actual acts are they Flocking to the common? Pedant alert yes o.k
Perhaps i did !! ..... Perhaps i didnt !! .......
[quote][p][bold]shirlski[/bold] wrote: Perhaps you missed that I was just questioning the odd use of the word 'flock' in the Headline, in relation to the actual acts are they Flocking to the common? Pedant alert yes o.k[/p][/quote]Perhaps i did !! ..... Perhaps i didnt !! ....... Lone Ranger.
  • Score: -3

11:59am Mon 7 Jul 14

saintsfan76 says...

Memories of the crowds that flocked to Power in the Park a few years ago. Especially when it was a free event.

Lets hope for good weather.
Memories of the crowds that flocked to Power in the Park a few years ago. Especially when it was a free event. Lets hope for good weather. saintsfan76
  • Score: 17

12:21pm Mon 7 Jul 14

100%HANTSBOY says...

Can anyone settle an argument?
We were under the impression that it was illegal to charge people to use "common" land, this, we thought, was the reason the good old Southampton Show faded away, because they could no longer charge to enter.

Just asking if anyone can shed some light on this?
Can anyone settle an argument? We were under the impression that it was illegal to charge people to use "common" land, this, we thought, was the reason the good old Southampton Show faded away, because they could no longer charge to enter. Just asking if anyone can shed some light on this? 100%HANTSBOY
  • Score: 20

12:31pm Mon 7 Jul 14

camerajuan says...

Gutted to be missing this! Definitely attending next year's event if not in Southampton then somewhere else!
Gutted to be missing this! Definitely attending next year's event if not in Southampton then somewhere else! camerajuan
  • Score: 0

12:44pm Mon 7 Jul 14

allsaintsnocurves says...

100%HANTSBOY wrote:
Can anyone settle an argument?
We were under the impression that it was illegal to charge people to use "common" land, this, we thought, was the reason the good old Southampton Show faded away, because they could no longer charge to enter.

Just asking if anyone can shed some light on this?
The Common is owned by the Borough and it can be used for a variety of things. Any festivals need to have permission to be held on the Common and this 80s Concert is charging so not all of them have to be free.
[quote][p][bold]100%HANTSBOY[/bold] wrote: Can anyone settle an argument? We were under the impression that it was illegal to charge people to use "common" land, this, we thought, was the reason the good old Southampton Show faded away, because they could no longer charge to enter. Just asking if anyone can shed some light on this?[/p][/quote]The Common is owned by the Borough and it can be used for a variety of things. Any festivals need to have permission to be held on the Common and this 80s Concert is charging so not all of them have to be free. allsaintsnocurves
  • Score: 5

2:03pm Mon 7 Jul 14

southy says...

allsaintsnocurves wrote:
100%HANTSBOY wrote:
Can anyone settle an argument?
We were under the impression that it was illegal to charge people to use "common" land, this, we thought, was the reason the good old Southampton Show faded away, because they could no longer charge to enter.

Just asking if anyone can shed some light on this?
The Common is owned by the Borough and it can be used for a variety of things. Any festivals need to have permission to be held on the Common and this 80s Concert is charging so not all of them have to be free.
Southampton Show you endded up paying to get in and went very commercial, That is what killed it off.
The Common is registered under Common land and the only things that can be free are those rules that come with common land, like grazing animals, picking up wood, picking Flowers, fruit, berrys, nuts and fungi, Hay making, cutting sods.
That is till some private developer wants to build on it, As from a few weeks ago The House Of Lords pass the a law that allows Central Government to be able to sell off any Common land, Parks and any other open public ground to the private sector and there will not be a thing local council or people can do about it.
[quote][p][bold]allsaintsnocurves[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]100%HANTSBOY[/bold] wrote: Can anyone settle an argument? We were under the impression that it was illegal to charge people to use "common" land, this, we thought, was the reason the good old Southampton Show faded away, because they could no longer charge to enter. Just asking if anyone can shed some light on this?[/p][/quote]The Common is owned by the Borough and it can be used for a variety of things. Any festivals need to have permission to be held on the Common and this 80s Concert is charging so not all of them have to be free.[/p][/quote]Southampton Show you endded up paying to get in and went very commercial, That is what killed it off. The Common is registered under Common land and the only things that can be free are those rules that come with common land, like grazing animals, picking up wood, picking Flowers, fruit, berrys, nuts and fungi, Hay making, cutting sods. That is till some private developer wants to build on it, As from a few weeks ago The House Of Lords pass the a law that allows Central Government to be able to sell off any Common land, Parks and any other open public ground to the private sector and there will not be a thing local council or people can do about it. southy
  • Score: 0

2:04pm Mon 7 Jul 14

southy says...

Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's
Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's southy
  • Score: -5

2:18pm Mon 7 Jul 14

shirlski says...

The Southampton Show seemed to morph into the Balloon Festival which was pretty good and free yet that fizzled out, as did the free Power in Park miming Pop concerts. The kind of age group this cavalcade of Eighties has-beens will attract won't begrudge a few quid to wallow in nostalgia for an afternoon anyway. I'm off to the Cowherds for my free pint..well it was poured and served on Common Ground so it's free..worth a try!
The Southampton Show seemed to morph into the Balloon Festival which was pretty good and free yet that fizzled out, as did the free Power in Park miming Pop concerts. The kind of age group this cavalcade of Eighties has-beens will attract won't begrudge a few quid to wallow in nostalgia for an afternoon anyway. I'm off to the Cowherds for my free pint..well it was poured and served on Common Ground so it's free..worth a try! shirlski
  • Score: 1

2:46pm Mon 7 Jul 14

100%HANTSBOY says...

Thanks for all the replies, the Southampton Show used to be brilliant, and I'm sure, like many others, I'd love to see it comeback.....as kids we used to hop the fence, so it was a good free day out!
Shirlski, let us know how you get on with the free pint idea!
Thanks for all the replies, the Southampton Show used to be brilliant, and I'm sure, like many others, I'd love to see it comeback.....as kids we used to hop the fence, so it was a good free day out! Shirlski, let us know how you get on with the free pint idea! 100%HANTSBOY
  • Score: 3

2:47pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Shoong says...

Bananarama - they look even better now! Phew!
Bananarama - they look even better now! Phew! Shoong
  • Score: 3

2:53pm Mon 7 Jul 14

camerajuan says...

southy wrote:
Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's
I take it you haven't seen his discography?

He had 2 decent singles in the 70s and one self-titled album which failed to chart. In the 80s he was far more successful, 3 albums going Gold in the UK and at least Platinum in the US & Canada. Plus his 3 US number ones, a grammy and a Brit award all from the 80s.

Still believe he was bigger in the 70s?
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's[/p][/quote]I take it you haven't seen his discography? He had 2 decent singles in the 70s and one self-titled album which failed to chart. In the 80s he was far more successful, 3 albums going Gold in the UK and at least Platinum in the US & Canada. Plus his 3 US number ones, a grammy and a Brit award all from the 80s. Still believe he was bigger in the 70s? camerajuan
  • Score: 5

3:10pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Zexagon says...

camerajuan wrote:
southy wrote:
Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's
I take it you haven't seen his discography?

He had 2 decent singles in the 70s and one self-titled album which failed to chart. In the 80s he was far more successful, 3 albums going Gold in the UK and at least Platinum in the US & Canada. Plus his 3 US number ones, a grammy and a Brit award all from the 80s.

Still believe he was bigger in the 70s?
I'm waiting :-)
[quote][p][bold]camerajuan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's[/p][/quote]I take it you haven't seen his discography? He had 2 decent singles in the 70s and one self-titled album which failed to chart. In the 80s he was far more successful, 3 albums going Gold in the UK and at least Platinum in the US & Canada. Plus his 3 US number ones, a grammy and a Brit award all from the 80s. Still believe he was bigger in the 70s?[/p][/quote]I'm waiting :-) Zexagon
  • Score: 1

3:27pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Shoong says...

southy wrote:
Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's
Wrong again!

He only really hit the big time with the album 'Suddenly' which had his biggest hit 'Caribbean Queen' which was in 1984.

My father was a massive fan. He only released 6 singles in the 70's and 2 albums compared to 8 albums and 17 singles in the 1980's.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's[/p][/quote]Wrong again! He only really hit the big time with the album 'Suddenly' which had his biggest hit 'Caribbean Queen' which was in 1984. My father was a massive fan. He only released 6 singles in the 70's and 2 albums compared to 8 albums and 17 singles in the 1980's. Shoong
  • Score: 4

3:54pm Mon 7 Jul 14

bobby the crane says...

Shoong wrote:
southy wrote:
Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's
Wrong again!

He only really hit the big time with the album 'Suddenly' which had his biggest hit 'Caribbean Queen' which was in 1984.

My father was a massive fan. He only released 6 singles in the 70's and 2 albums compared to 8 albums and 17 singles in the 1980's.
Totally agree Shoong, Southy you are way way out of this, okay Caribbean Queen was just okay, but no way compared to Gladys Knight & The Pips : Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me, Eric Clapton : Knockin' On Heaven's Door, Esther Phillips : What a Difference a Day Made, Candi Staton : Young Hearts Run Free, Thin Lizzy : Dancin' In the Moonlight (It's Caught Me In the Spotlight, & many many more
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's[/p][/quote]Wrong again! He only really hit the big time with the album 'Suddenly' which had his biggest hit 'Caribbean Queen' which was in 1984. My father was a massive fan. He only released 6 singles in the 70's and 2 albums compared to 8 albums and 17 singles in the 1980's.[/p][/quote]Totally agree Shoong, Southy you are way way out of this, okay Caribbean Queen was just okay, but no way compared to Gladys Knight & The Pips : Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me, Eric Clapton : Knockin' On Heaven's Door, Esther Phillips : What a Difference a Day Made, Candi Staton : Young Hearts Run Free, Thin Lizzy : Dancin' In the Moonlight (It's Caught Me In the Spotlight, & many many more bobby the crane
  • Score: 1

4:05pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Brite Spark says...

Wot no Kim Wilde - I'm not going!

The event will be ruined by some Brite Spark (not this one) handing out thousands of whistles to the crowd as in Power in the Park. I know, lets have a music event and hand out thousands of whistles so that the music (even the good stuff) is drowned out - brilliant idea that one.
Wot no Kim Wilde - I'm not going! The event will be ruined by some Brite Spark (not this one) handing out thousands of whistles to the crowd as in Power in the Park. I know, lets have a music event and hand out thousands of whistles so that the music (even the good stuff) is drowned out - brilliant idea that one. Brite Spark
  • Score: -1

4:28pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Rhombus says...

dyjps wrote:
Oh terrific ! more bad parkers around the whole area even though there are shuttle buses. I wouldn't normally worry too much but drivers have to squeeze through our road, we lose our door mirrors and I can't even park on my drive. Come on council and put some cones out in our back-streets where drivers should not park otherwise bus drivers will find it almost impossible to get through our road (at least 3 normal services during the day).
miserable SOB . Get a life , holy crap I hate people like you.
[quote][p][bold]dyjps[/bold] wrote: Oh terrific ! more bad parkers around the whole area even though there are shuttle buses. I wouldn't normally worry too much but drivers have to squeeze through our road, we lose our door mirrors and I can't even park on my drive. Come on council and put some cones out in our back-streets where drivers should not park otherwise bus drivers will find it almost impossible to get through our road (at least 3 normal services during the day).[/p][/quote]miserable SOB . Get a life , holy crap I hate people like you. Rhombus
  • Score: 2

5:07pm Mon 7 Jul 14

03alpe01 says...

Finally! Something good on the common and not sexual assaults! Hope it goes well for everyone!
Finally! Something good on the common and not sexual assaults! Hope it goes well for everyone! 03alpe01
  • Score: 8

6:08pm Mon 7 Jul 14

forest hump says...

southy wrote:
Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's
Nonsense, all of his hits were in the '80s
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's[/p][/quote]Nonsense, all of his hits were in the '80s forest hump
  • Score: 2

7:26pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Stubs says...

forest hump wrote:
southy wrote:
Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's
Nonsense, all of his hits were in the '80s
You old ****!
[quote][p][bold]forest hump[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's[/p][/quote]Nonsense, all of his hits were in the '80s[/p][/quote]You old ****! Stubs
  • Score: -1

8:38pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Brite Spark says...

Shoong wrote:
Bananarama - they look even better now! Phew!
They always looked and sounded
bloody awful!
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Bananarama - they look even better now! Phew![/p][/quote]They always looked and sounded bloody awful! Brite Spark
  • Score: -2

8:39pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Brite Spark says...

Stubs wrote:
forest hump wrote:
southy wrote:
Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's
Nonsense, all of his hits were in the '80s
You old ****!
Yeah the 1880's if Southy was involved :-)
[quote][p][bold]Stubs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forest hump[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's[/p][/quote]Nonsense, all of his hits were in the '80s[/p][/quote]You old ****![/p][/quote]Yeah the 1880's if Southy was involved :-) Brite Spark
  • Score: 3

8:52pm Mon 7 Jul 14

SNUGGLES 78 says...

southy wrote:
Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's
think not ,caribbean queen ?
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's[/p][/quote]think not ,caribbean queen ? SNUGGLES 78
  • Score: 2

9:34pm Mon 7 Jul 14

forest hump says...

Brite Spark wrote:
Stubs wrote:
forest hump wrote:
southy wrote:
Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's
Nonsense, all of his hits were in the '80s
You old ****!
Yeah the 1880's if Southy was involved :-)
He's done his disappearing act again!
[quote][p][bold]Brite Spark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stubs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forest hump[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's[/p][/quote]Nonsense, all of his hits were in the '80s[/p][/quote]You old ****![/p][/quote]Yeah the 1880's if Southy was involved :-)[/p][/quote]He's done his disappearing act again! forest hump
  • Score: 2

10:18am Tue 8 Jul 14

southy says...

Love Really Hurts Without You 1975
Red Light 1977
You Ready and Stay The Night 1978
No More Love On The Run 1979.

The Albums that was recorded in the early 80's like your caribbean queen was songs that had been writen in the 70's and sang in Disco clubs his music back in the 70's was a fusion of Carribean and R&B, many of the 80's singles where release with a fusion of Hip-Hop Carribean and R&B, the 70's was when he was basically a UK artist, 80's was when the relaeses happen mainly for the American market but on a world wide scale, Check with Tower Music.
Love Really Hurts Without You 1975 Red Light 1977 You Ready and Stay The Night 1978 No More Love On The Run 1979. The Albums that was recorded in the early 80's like your caribbean queen was songs that had been writen in the 70's and sang in Disco clubs his music back in the 70's was a fusion of Carribean and R&B, many of the 80's singles where release with a fusion of Hip-Hop Carribean and R&B, the 70's was when he was basically a UK artist, 80's was when the relaeses happen mainly for the American market but on a world wide scale, Check with Tower Music. southy
  • Score: 0

10:29am Tue 8 Jul 14

Shoong says...

southy wrote:
Love Really Hurts Without You 1975
Red Light 1977
You Ready and Stay The Night 1978
No More Love On The Run 1979.

The Albums that was recorded in the early 80's like your caribbean queen was songs that had been writen in the 70's and sang in Disco clubs his music back in the 70's was a fusion of Carribean and R&B, many of the 80's singles where release with a fusion of Hip-Hop Carribean and R&B, the 70's was when he was basically a UK artist, 80's was when the relaeses happen mainly for the American market but on a world wide scale, Check with Tower Music.
No - you got it wrong and are now trying to confuse people with your usual poor attempt at a smokescreen and the other tactic of getting the last word in thinking it makes you correct just doesn't fly.

You just got it wrong - ordinarily I'd say that there was no shame in it but you have no shame because you are an under developed character wise.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Love Really Hurts Without You 1975 Red Light 1977 You Ready and Stay The Night 1978 No More Love On The Run 1979. The Albums that was recorded in the early 80's like your caribbean queen was songs that had been writen in the 70's and sang in Disco clubs his music back in the 70's was a fusion of Carribean and R&B, many of the 80's singles where release with a fusion of Hip-Hop Carribean and R&B, the 70's was when he was basically a UK artist, 80's was when the relaeses happen mainly for the American market but on a world wide scale, Check with Tower Music.[/p][/quote]No - you got it wrong and are now trying to confuse people with your usual poor attempt at a smokescreen and the other tactic of getting the last word in thinking it makes you correct just doesn't fly. You just got it wrong - ordinarily I'd say that there was no shame in it but you have no shame because you are an under developed character wise. Shoong
  • Score: -1

11:22am Tue 8 Jul 14

pap says...

Gotta love Southampton.

Can't even name a festival properly.

Where's the rock, exactly?
Gotta love Southampton. Can't even name a festival properly. Where's the rock, exactly? pap
  • Score: 0

7:39pm Tue 8 Jul 14

WalkingOnAWire says...

camerajuan wrote:
southy wrote:
Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's
I take it you haven't seen his discography?

He had 2 decent singles in the 70s and one self-titled album which failed to chart. In the 80s he was far more successful, 3 albums going Gold in the UK and at least Platinum in the US & Canada. Plus his 3 US number ones, a grammy and a Brit award all from the 80s.

Still believe he was bigger in the 70s?
I think it was Southy himself whose best days were in the 70s.
Mind you, they weren't that great.
[quote][p][bold]camerajuan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: Billy Ocean was more of a hit in the 70's, his biggest hits was in the 70's[/p][/quote]I take it you haven't seen his discography? He had 2 decent singles in the 70s and one self-titled album which failed to chart. In the 80s he was far more successful, 3 albums going Gold in the UK and at least Platinum in the US & Canada. Plus his 3 US number ones, a grammy and a Brit award all from the 80s. Still believe he was bigger in the 70s?[/p][/quote]I think it was Southy himself whose best days were in the 70s. Mind you, they weren't that great. WalkingOnAWire
  • Score: 1
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