The Havering Show line up for 2019 revealed

Published: Thursday, 28 March 2019

The line-up for this year’s Havering Show has been revealed, with the iconic British alternative rock band Toploader and reggae sensation Aswad headlining the show.

Havering Show 2019 line up poster

Returning this August Bank Holiday Weekend, The Havering Show boats a bigger and better line-up than ever before.

One of Britain's most successful reggae bands, Aswad will be headlining the main stage on Sunday 25 August. They'll be performing a number of their hits including 'Don't Turn Around' and 'Shine'.

Other Sunday acts include singer Alison Limerick, known for her club anthem hit ‘Where Love Lives’, beloved soul and Motown singer Mr Soul, as well as tribute acts, Tina Turner and Oye Santana who were voted UK No.1 Winner at the 2018 National Tribute Music Awards.

Bank Holiday Monday will see iconic British alternative rock band Toploader take to the stage, evoking the feel-good vibe of the ‘00s with their classic hits ‘Dancing in the Moonlight’ and ‘Achilles Heel’.

Joining Toploader on Monday is Eban Brown, former lead singer of the world renowned Stylistics, Italian Eurodance group Livin’ Joy, number one Essex covers band Expose and a Robbie Williams tribute act.

Tickets to the show will cost £3 per day for adults and be free for children under 10. Tickets will go on sale Friday 29 March at 9am and you can get them from the Havering Show event page. Tickets on the door will cost £4 per adult, subject to availability.

Alongside the main stage, there’s something for all the family with the Fairkytes Live and Community Performance Stages, as well as licensed bars, street food, children’s attractions, a fairground and much more.

Councillor Damian White, Leader of Havering Council, said:

“I am delighted to announce the Havering Show is back for 2019 with one of the best line-ups we have ever had.

“There’s a great range of acts on this year and a whole host of other talent, as well as attractions that will appeal to everyone in our borough.

“Like every Council there has been a decrease in budget, so we’ve had to put in a small charge for adults to continue putting on a show that is loved by all. The small fee is lower than lots of other comparable events and is the only fair way to keep the show going.

 “We look forward to seeing you there in August.”