FANS of 90s music and Brit Rock are in for a treat next summer at the Upton Country Park Music Festival. Following the success of last year’s event, the picturesque country park will once again be the setting for a weekend of favourite tributes: Totally 90s on Friday, July 10 and Best of Brit Rock on Saturday July 11.

There will be some of the best tribute acts for bands including Take That, Spice Girls, Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue who will relight your fire for the decade girl power, boy bands, Tamagotchis, Doc Martens and Rachel Green haircuts ruled!

On Saturday the Best of Brit Rock pays homage to the many British rock legends who’ve changed the world with the power of their music. Leading international Pink Floyd tribute The Floyd Effect appear alongside acclaimed tributes to Queen, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Oasis and Coldplay with an endless supply of air guitar classics from Comfortably Numb to Wonderwall.

Revellers can bring their own picnics and drinks but there will be a range of food and drink options on offer including street food vendors, Cocktail Cabin and Prosecco & Pimms Bar.

Organiser Tim Messinger said: “With the stunning backdrop of Upton House and the surrounding park there really is no better summer venue – the atmosphere will be electric.”

Tickets are offered in three stepped tiers: Tier 1 is currently on sale with a limited number of the cheapest tickets at £24 for adults and £5 for children (3-15). Children under-3 are free. Visit

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