Party in the Park coming to Chippenham this Summer

Party in the Park is coming to Island Park this Summer.

The event which take place on Saturday 3 August between 2pm and 10pm will bring to the town a host of acts.

The line up includes performances from:

Robbie Culley is a professional singer from Reading, who started busking 2 years ago has travelled up and down the country performing to the towns and cities of the UK. He released his first original song ‘Better off Alone’ which was released on all major platforms on 5 February.

Derek Nash Funk Experience plus special guest Noel McCalla, celebrating the genius of Soul artists such as Al Green, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and Bill Withers the mesmeric vocalist, Noel McCalla, and award-winning saxophonist, Derek Nash, have put together a band of top musicians to play a wide-ranging back catalogue of classic hits by these soul legends. At the forefront of the British jazz movement, Derek Nash is one of the most versatile saxophonists in the UK today.

Mojo, the Mojo Dynamics Cover Band are a four-piece band delivering hits from all eras and genres encouraging everyone to ‘get up and dance’. Mojo have toured the UK as well as played and performed internationally. Mojo will definitely bring the party vibe to the ‘Summer Party in the Park’.

Rule the World are an award-winning official number one Take That tribute band who have played their accomplished act and performed at many prestigious events around the world. They are the only Take That tribute band to have been praised by Take That’s lead singer as being the nearest to the ‘real thing’. This three-piece band is sure to complete and make the evening a memorable experience!

There will be a licensed bar courtesy of Melt Bars, as well as several vendors offering a variety of al fresco foods to be enjoyed. You are welcome to bring along your own picnics, deckchairs, picnic paraphernalia such as blankets and rugs, but for the safety of all in attendance no glass will be allowed on site.

There will be short comfort breaks in between the performances to allow for changeovers of the acts as well as time for you to refresh any food and drinks supplies.