Hornchurch Live and Havering Show line-ups announced

PUBLISHED: 13:00 06 August 2013

The Loveable Rogues.

The Loveable Rogues.


The final line-ups for the Havering Show and Hornchurch Live have been announced this week.

David Van DayDavid Van Day

Kicking off the Bank Holiday’s events will be Hornchurch Live at Harrow Lodge Park on Saturday, August 24.

Romford chart sensations The Loveable Rogues, who shot to fame after appearing on Britain’s Got Talent last year, will be headlining the music festival.

Despite not winning the show, the group was signed to record label Syco and their debut single, What a Night, made the top 10 of the UK music chart.

Also performing will be singer Tich, who will be performing her new single Obsession; Max Milner, who appeared on the BBC talent show The Voice; and The Boxettes, a five-piece girl group who beat-box and sing.

The line-up on the pop stage includes: Lose Control Dance, Nancee, Leanne Louise, Ray Isaacs, James DeCosta, JunkCake, Lydia White, Hope Murphy, Nellie Bell, The Kites, and Emel Michael.

The event will also feature a dedicated rock stage, which will include performances from singer-songwriter Gary Hellman and headline act Lit Like Vegas, a five-piece alternative rock band.

The Havering Show will continue the entertainment at the park on Sunday, August 25, and Monday, August 26.

Headlining on the Monday will be 1960s group The Hollies, who had 18 top 10 singles including He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother, The Air That I Breathe and Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress).

Other acts performing on Sunday include The Tremeloes, originally from Dagenham, who also found fame in the 1960s.

Their hits include Do You Love Me and Silence is Golden and the group perform at the show on the Sunday.

David Van Day, of Guys ‘n’ Dolls and Bucks Fizz fame, will also take to the stage on Sunday.

The event will also feature other entertainment from local dance troupes as well as the East Coast Freestyle Moto-X display team who will showcase their motorbike stunts. There will also be circus performances, flower and craft marquees, trade stalls and refreshments and over 50 classic cars on display.

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