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Hundreds of fans are expected to descend on Riverside Park this weekend for the return of Newark Festival.

The festival has been cut to one day ­— Saturday ­— because of coronavirus, but still promises to give people a real lift after restrictions were lifted with all the fun packed into one spectacular night of entertainment.

McFly (47810003)
McFly (47810003)

In addition to chart-toppers McFly, the Ellis Mathers presents Newark Festival line-up will be Gabrielle, Lemar and Vernon Kay, who will be DJ-ing.

McFly are one of the most successful chart acts of their era with seven UK number one singles, six top-ten albums, six sell-out tours, 4m tickets and 10m albums sold worldwide.

They said: “We’re stoked to be playing Newark Festival this summer. We are desperate to get out and play to our fans.

Newark Festival
Newark Festival

“Whilst we’ve been trying to keep in contact with our fans online, nothing’s the same as being on stage. Bring it on.”

Gates open at Riverside Park at 3pm when DJ Ryan Arnold will open the entertainment.

Lemar (7074558)
Lemar (7074558)

Next up is Lemar, who has has notched up seven top-ten singles and has well over 2m album sales under his belt.

He is a double Brit Award and triple MOBO Award winner who has shared the stage with many of musics greats, from Lionel Richie and Beyonce to Mariah Carey and Justin Timberlake.

Vernon Kay (47578191)
Vernon Kay (47578191)

Vernon Kay will entertain the festival family with a DJ set.

A huge personality of television, radio and film, Vernon will play some of the 80s and 90s classics to really get the festival party started.

Gabrielle (47578039)
Gabrielle (47578039)

Gabrielle made an immediate impact when her debut single Dreams spent three weeks at number one in the summer of 1993.

Her second number one single Rise, followed in 2000 and was embraced by fans as an anthem that helped them inspire them to keep the faith that better days would follow in the future.

Her catalogue of hits includes another eight top-ten hits, notably Out Of Reach, which featured in Bridget Jones’s Diary, If You Ever with East 17 and Give Me A Little More Time.

More recently, her latest album, Do It Again, charted at number four in the UK album charts.

The 2021 festival sees Ellis Mather Group return as its naming rights partner, with the Tuxford based e-commerce and magnet specialists joining festival partners Liz Hobbs Group, Newark Town Council, Barcode Warehouse, Newark College, YMCA, Team KnowHow, Newark Advertiser, Willmott Dixon and Inizio.

Tickets remain on sale online at www.newarkfestival.co.uk/tickets



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