Party your pants off at Ely live music festival

Shayne Ward.

Shayne Ward. - Credit: Archant

A day of live music and entertainment comes to Ely with the Swing Your Pants Festival.

Party on the Hill 2015. Blackbox

Party on the Hill 2015. Blackbox - Credit: Archant

The extravaganza is being held on Cherry Hill Park on Saturday September 5 and will see four big names taking to the stage.

American RnB star Jocelyn Brown, 80’s legend Adam Ant, dance sensations Black Box and X Factor winner Shayne Ward will all be performing with some great local bands joining the event also.

A spokesman for Swing Your Pants, which is organising the event, said: “Party on the Hill is more than an evening concert, it’s a full day of entertainment.

“The idea has always been to be a day where the family can have some fun and hear some great music.

Party on the Hill 2015. Adam Ant.

Party on the Hill 2015. Adam Ant. - Credit: Archant

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“We wanted the first half, the family fun day, to be a day of fun and entertainment to keep the children happy without breaking their parents’ bank.

“There will be free kids’ shows from top entertainer Billy Banana. He will be doing three full shows throughout the afternoon.

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“Billy will be bringing some traditional favourites of Punch and Judy, balloon modelling, comedy magic and a few surprises.”

To compliment the entertainment there will be face painting and glitter tattoos which are free for children.

Party on the Hill 2015

Party on the Hill 2015 - Credit: Archant

Princesses Anna and Elsa from the hit Disney film, Frozen, will also be attending.

The gates for Party on the Hill, which is being sponsored by N & C Glass and backed by Star Radio, open at 1pm, with the fun kicking off at 2pm.

Adam Ant is singing for 1.5 hours, Jocelyn brown is singing for 45 mins, Blackbox is singing for 30 mins, Shayne Ward is singing for 45 mins.

Adam will be singing a mixture of his favourite tunes, some hits and some new stuff.

You can bring a picnic but food is also available.

Information and tickets are available on the website

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