11/04/2014

Triumph LIVE music line up confirmed

Sheffield-based indie pop band, Reverend & The Makers and rock group, Toseland have been confirmed as the headline music acts for this year’s Triumph Live, on Saturday, July 12. 

The two bands will take to the main stage at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, from 6pm, to round off a packed day of entertainment, motorcycle action and live music. 

If you join us for the day make sure you stick around in the evening to experience Reverend & The Makers, whose well-known hits include ‘Heavyweight Champion of the World’ and ‘The Only One’, performing tracks from their critically acclaimed new album, ‘Thirty Two.’ 

Toseland, whose lead singer is former World Superbike Champion, James Toseland, will also be revving the crowd up with songs from their debut album, including ‘Crash Landing’ and ‘Renegade’.  

Triumph is delighted to welcome back the 2010 Triumph Live ‘battle of the band’ winners, The Dunwells, who will be performing in the Adventure marquee on the evening of Friday 11th July. Other bands performing on the Saturday include Rook and The Ravens, The Travelling Band and Jeramiah Ferrari. 

Tickets are still available at just £28, while accompanied children (under 16) are free. Camping is available from £12pp. To purchase tickets and find out more about the event, go to www.triumph-live.com



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