Later Start for IP1 Live After England Game Screening in FanZone
Thursday, 5th Jul 2018 11:56
Saturday’s IP1 Live music event at Portman Road will now start at the later time of 6.30pm with England’s World Cup quarter-final against Sweden screened live in the FanZone earlier in the afternoon.
The Saturday line-up for IP1 Live was revised wholesale at the end of May following poor ticket sales.
Undercover will be the first band on stage at 6.45pm, followed by Underline the Sky, JS and The Lockerbillies, Barny Holmes and Samantha Harvey.
Tickets, which are available from ip1live.com or on the night, are priced at £5 for adults and £1 for children with a donation from the event made to EACH (East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices).
Friday’s line-up, which is headlined by Alexander O’Neal, also features a change with The Sugarhill Gang having returned to the US for personal reasons and will be replaced by NAVI, the world’s number one Michael Jackson impersonator.
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