Line up confirmed for Christmas Pops

Heatwave, one of the most popular Soul bands of the decades, with their inimitable blend of sweet, soul   grooves and great Pop/Soul/Dance songs will headline this year’s Christmas Pops.

With hits like ‘Mind Blowing Decisions’,  ‘Boogie Nights’ and the all-time classic ‘Always and Forever’, Heatwave are no strangers to chart success.

The concert line-up also includes: 

•             Midnight Soul Sisters  who were created by powerhouse performer Bupsi Brown, who recently shot to fame on the X Factor where she got through to the Live Finals in Simon Cowell’s group! Their performance oozes sophistication, class and charisma as every girl is a unique talent, with personality and vocals to match.

•            Informal Soul who hope to bring back great memories of Soulful Rhyl from the 60s and   the 90s. Dave Williams was one of The Fabulous Twins who sang with local group The Informers with whom his Informal Soul partner Phil Hartley-Williams was tenor sax and keyboard player and musical director.

Dave said: “We really enjoy singing all those great songs, and can’t wait to share this with Rhyl’s soul fans. We’re a duo now, but with the help of modern technology, we aim for a soulful sound to get everyone joining in.”

•             Ysgol Emmanuel Choir who have  performed regularly at St Thomas’ Church, offering support  to local fundraising initiatives and good causes.

The annual concert, organised by Denbighshire County Council Leisure Services, in partnership with Rhyl Town Council, will be staged at St Thomas’ Church, Rhyl on Sunday, 10th December from 5pm.

Councillor Bobby Feeley, Cabinet Lead Member with responsibility for Leisure Services, said: “Christmas Pops is fast becoming an integral part of the traditional build up to Christmas and we are delighted to have such a great line up again this year to get people into the festive spirit.

“It’s a great entertainment platform for established, as well as up and coming acts and I’m sure the feedback from this year’s event will be as great as ever ”.

Rhyl Town Mayor Councillor Alan James said ““Rhyl Town Council is pleased to once again be supporting the Christmas Pops which is one of the highlights in the festive calendar. It’s always a well-supported event and we are looking forward to another successful evening.”

Tickets for the event are free, but people interested in joining the celebrations need to reserve their tickets by contacting Rhyl Tourist Information Centre.

Tickets will be available from 10.00 am on  Tuesday 14th November for opening times of the office please call :  Rhyl Tourist Information Centre on 01745 355068.

Posted on Wednesday 8th November 2017