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GREGGI G & HIS CRAZY GANG

With their unrivalled brand of Jump, Jive & Rock n’ Roll.

Recklessly known at this fair to jam with the other bands and add impromptu guests to give you a day long rocking party.

Playing both days at Chessington 2017


DJ ROCKIN’ REBEL

Ex Lead Singer of Black Sedan and Resident DJ to the Jukebox & Retro Fairs, will be playing music of the 50’s & 60’s.

* Appearing at Chessington 2017 both days

Rockin Rebe



Saturday 28th October and Sunday 29th October 2017

Lianna Haynes will be performing for you lunchtime in the Rosie Lea’s Tearoom bringing you hits of the 50’s and 60’s.

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 Saturday 28th October 2017

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We aim to please.

You enjoyed them so much last year we have re-booked The Hicksville Bombers to be with us on Saturday.



Sunday 29th October 2017

The Koolkatz will be with us for the first time at this fair.

The Koolkatz are a 50’s Rock’n’Roll/Rockabilly band from Essex, Playing a variety of music including Doo Wop, Rock’n’Roll and Rockabilly. We hope you like them!


Saturday 21st April 2018

Another popular band at our fair.

We welcome back Don Sibley’s Vee 8’s on Sat 21st April 2018


  Sunday 22nd April 2018 

Having proved popular at our Chessington Fairs for two years running, please welcome  The Hicksville Bombers for the first time at our Brighton Fair. We know you’ll love them!


Saturday 27th October 2018

We are pleased to announce we have Fever back with us for Chessington 2018. These guys have proved so popular at our fair, need we say more.


 


Sunday 28th October 2018

For the first time at the Jukebox & Retro Fair, we are pleased to welcome

Sharna-Mae and The Mayhems.


Saturday 27th April 2019 – tbc




Sunday 28th April 2019

If you couldn’t attend Chessington 2018, here’s another chance to see the fabulous Sharna-Mae and The Mayhems. 


Saturday 26th Oct 2019? TBC


Sunday 27th Oct 2019? TBC


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