Made in Chelsea and Love Island stars to appear alongside X Factor and The Voice contestants at Broadway Shopping Centre

PUBLISHED: 10:06 16 August 2017

Kingdom Environment staff were filmed handing out fines in Bexleyheath town centre

Kingdom Environment staff were filmed handing out fines in Bexleyheath town centre


The rooftop festival takes place on Bank Holiday weekend

A star-studded rooftop concert is set to bring in crowds to Bexleyheath later this month, as singers and reality TV stars visit the town’s shopping centre.

Jamie Laing from Made in Chelsea and Marcel from Love Island will both be appearing on the Broadway Shopping Centre’s rooftop on Saturday, August 26.

South London ska band The Dualers will be performing to crowds on the first day of the two-day event.

On Sunday, award-winning group The Rock Choir will also take to the rooftop stage on Sunday, August 27 long with 15-year-old singer songwriter Jack Rose from Ashford.

Other acts performing across the weekend include Joe James, who performed with Rough Copy on the X Factor and Tom Johnston, who appeared in the first round of The Voice earler this year.

Street food stalls, a bar, fairground attractions and a silent disco will all be set up as part of the event.

Natalie Ajibade, marketing manager of Broadway, said: “We are very fortunate to have access to a rooftop at Broadway and wanted to share it with our customers and local community to make the most of the last days of summer. There’ll be something for everyone with music, dancing and a food market so come on up with your friends and family!”

Tony Garratt, BID manager, adds: “This event is a great opportunity for the businesses of Bexleyheath to showcase their collaborative working and a sign of great things to come. Alongside the music, food and fun we have some of the best views of the South East from this fourth storey event venue.”

The rooftop festival takes place between 11am and 5pm on Saturday, August 26 and between 11am and 4pm on Sunday August 27

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