A heat wave is imminent and we can look forward to hot summer days.
The only way to ensure that you enjoy a Hot Summer Night however is to get along to Tenby Newsagents (Opposite the Five Arches) in the next two weeks to exchange a mere £7.50 for the hottest ticket in town.
Yes folks a ticket for the absolute spectacle that will be 'Renaissance Summer' on Saturday 20th July 2013 is the only way of guaranteeing your presence at the most memorable night out of the Summer.
The most hard-working and exciting band in the County - 'The Collective' with a new line up including new singer Dave Badham will be playing a totally 'Kick-Ass' set of Anthemic Floor-Filler tunes from the likes of The Jam, The Who, The Buzzcocks, Kings of Leon, The Clash, The Kinks, The Beatles, The Cult and many more.
The DJ sets are lovingly put together and the dance floor will be bouncing to classics from the 70's 80's and 90's and from every genre including Soul, Northern Soul, Pop, Mod, New Romantic, Indie, Rock, Ska, Reggae, Dance and more.
The De Valence Pavilion Tenby has hosted four previous Renaissance Events so just ask any Renaissance regular what to expect and you will not be disappointed.
The hall is spectacularly 'Dressed' by visionary local designer Cath Graham and Darren Coates of Darren Coates design ensures that the visuals create the classic 70's and 80's disco vibe.
This is the last Renaissance before Renaissance N.Y.E (New Years Eve) at the end of the year so do not miss it.
Everyone who attends Renaissance Summer will get a personal invitation on the night to a free Gala Book Launch Party in September to celebrate the publication of a new collection of Poems and Short Stories by local Poet/Author Nicky Lloyd.
So all you good folk get along to Tenby Newsagents for your Renaissance Summer tickets in the next two weeks or purchase then securely through Paypal at this site - www.renaissancetenby.com
Please support our efforts to bring top quality entertainment to our beautiful town of Tenby
As always . . . With Affection x
Bringing back the good times