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Ain’t no party like a Riverside Festival party

PUBLISHED: 16:32 16 March 2017 | UPDATED: 16:32 16 March 2017

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S Club Party are set to headline this year’s festival

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S Club Party are set to headline this year’s Gravesend Riverside Festival in July.

The festival, organised by Gravesham Borough Council, is reportedly expected to attract more than 10,000 people to the town, when the 90’s pop group play alongside Booty Luv, and Big Brovaz.

Jo, Bradley and Tina from the original line-up will be entertaining crowds with some of their top 10 hits including Never Had a Dream Come True, Reach, Bring it all Back and Don’t Stop Movin.

The fun will begin at 11am on July 22, with performances continuing into the evening.

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The festival, now in its fourth year in the present format, will also feature a Summer Fayre in the Fort Gardens and the usual food stalls and fairground.

As a part of the festival this year we will also have a sports green where you can try your hand at lots of different activities and meet your local sports clubs.

Acting Leader of the council, David Turner said: “It’s great that the Riverside Festival is still a key date in our diaries because it’s enjoyed by so many and has so much to offer. I really am looking forward to it. We’ve got some great acts and a little something for everyone to enjoy. Let’s hope the weather is kind to us on the day.”

Visit gravesham.gov.uk/riversidefestival for more information.

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