Quality stamped all over it, covering four nights and three days. We were there to get as much of it as possible for you, the result of which is our largest ever review of a weekender. You can read all about The Hi Jivers and many others here https://www.thebettajivereview.com/weekender-reviews.html.
Even today, we are still adding photos to the gallery that accompanies the review, to show some more performers on stage. Be aware readers, this is the only place you will get to see this review, and we might suggest, the only worthwhile review about this year's event. It's also the precursor to a lot of changes to the Bettajive Review.
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Last call for Atomic. Atomic Vintage Festival, with a more spacious marquee and dancefloor, and in the hangar at Sywell Aerodrome in Northants, at the end of July is always a first class weekend, and has a class line up. If you've not been before, check it out, you will not be disappointed
It's the 7th Rock Ridge Rumble at the beginning of August, another weekender under canvas, this time in the North East of the UK. Kevin Greener and Tracey Hobbs present another solid line up, at what is becoming the go to event in that part of the country
A shout out for the Rockabilly Blowout, now in it's 6th year. Rockabilly blowout #6 a big majority of the weekend tickets gone !!! Have you got yours?? Click in link on the flyer to grab a ticket
The Riot has a cracking line up, but there's more With more and more people coming to the Rhythm Riot for all four days, we’re going to open the ever-popular Lunars Bar on Thursday for the first time, with a fabulous new feature for one night only… an absolutely stunning all-valve sound system! You can be sure that it sounds just as good as it looks! So get set for an All-Vinyl R&B Rent Party with 5 hours of non-stop dance floor fillers sounding just like they should. If this don’t move you, you ain’t got a pulse! Book online now at www.RhythmRiot.com Rhythm Riot - 14th – 18th November - Camber, Sussex, England TN31 7RL
Also at the Rave, Si-Line Vintage. Si Line Vintage was formed in 2017 and released the first La Premiere bag for sale during September 2017.
Based in Norfolk East Anglia UK, they have taken their inspiration from the last almost 40 years of living the 50’s lifestyle travelling to many venues and weekenders across the UK, Europe and the USA.
They say:- Our range of vintage inspired Lucite style bags and colour matching earrings are completely Designed and hand made by Si Line Vintage
Si Line Vintage Purses/ bags are all marked with the makers name and an individual number, we strive not to produce lots of bags all identical , instead we will feature something different on each bag, this could be colour, latch, handles or lid design.
We recently traded for the first time at the Rockabilly Rave and introduced 3 new Purse/Bag styles and a new designed art deco clock.
And all after they, Simon and Pauline, had just got married a week or so before!
With the success of this years first Southport Rumble (see our Weekender Reviews section for a full review and pictures), here's some info about the next one "Once again, thanks to everyone for making the 1st Southport Rumble such a memorable success. You all were great, bands, staff, DJs and all the fab bands on stage. There was a slight mistake on next years flyer which stated £50 deposit per person, this should of course be per chalet.
New flyer above and what a line-up we have for next year, with a total 8 I international bands, several of which making first appearance on UK soil. We have kept pricing same as this year and booking lines and website now open. To book use following link and scroll up to the 2020 Rumble flyer or to www.pontins.com/rumb or use the Pontins booking hotline 08714 742741 From the comments received looks like going to be a full one so suggest get your deposit paid asap to secure your place."
Claire and Neil Seabrook have already announced their full line up for their third Hot Rock n Boogie event in Lincolnshire next May. It falls on the first May weekend, so make sure you won't have to scuttle off on Sunday 'coz of work', and you get to enjoy their strongest line up yet.
Hemsby folks! How good was that? Bill Guntrip and his family and team presented an excellent weekender at the revamped Richardson's camp in Norfolk. And next year as you can see from the flyer, it's shaping up well. What is now on the flyer, is the recent announcement, that the one and only Rhythm Shakers will be playing. We had a brilliant red haired lady headlining this year in the shape of Gizzelle, next year, Marlene Perez and the boys.
Flyer Artwork by Andy Brittan of https://abcreatv.weebly.com/about.html
Check out our reviews of Southport Rumble, Hemsby 62 and Hot Rock n Boogie events from 2019 here https://www.thebettajivereview.com/weekender-reviews.html
Cheers 'til then