Lightning Seeds in South Shields: Everything you need to know about the next free South Tyneside Festival gig
Lightning Seeds are set to put on an electric performance as this summer’s series of free concerts continues at Bents Park this weekend.
Ahead of their appearance on Sunday as part of South Tyneside Festival we’ve rounded up everything you need to know about the gig.
When: Sunday, July 21. Gates open at 12pm for Priority Plus ticket holders and 12.45pm for general admission.
Support: Phats and Small are returning to the festival by popular demand, after their performance at last year’s event prompted numerous requests to bring them back. They’re known for hit songs including Turnaround, Feel Good, Tonite and This Time Around. They will also be joined by local band The Understudies, who return to the event after supporting Busted at the 2017 series.
Setlist: We’re expecting a raft of Lightning Seeds hits which includes Lucky You, The Life of Riley and the anthemic Three Lions.
Cost: The concerts are free to attend but those looking to secure prime viewing positions could have purchased a Priority Plus ticket, which cost £6. They were only available to buy up until seven days before the event.
Food & drink: There’s a limited amount of food and drink stalls on the park site.
Weather: The weather for South Tyneside on Sunday is expected to be 22C, partly cloudy, with a 10% chance of rain.
Who else is performing this summer: A number of stars will perform in Bents Park over the coming weeks, with Midge Ure and Nick Heyward on July 28 and Gabrielle on August 4.