The Severn Valley Railway has announced that they will be heading back in time to the 1940s this summer as part of the Step Back to the 1940s weekends.
The Big Band evening shows will take place at Kidderminster station on Saturday 26th June and Saturday 3rd July, starting at 7:30pm.
Event capacity has been reduced and guests will be allocated seating in line with government guidance. No face masks will be required when seated as the shows will take place in the open air.
Big Band Kalamazoo Dance Band and singer Hattie Bee will immerse the audience in the atmosphere of the 1940s.
The evening will literally end with a bang as a simulated air raid takes place.
The railway’s events manager Lewis Maddox said, “We’re so pleased that we’re able to put on this superb event for 2021, and can’t wait to welcome everyone to Kidderminster for an evening of 1940s-style entertainment. The Kalamazoo Dance Band are arguably the most popular 1940s big band on the circuit, and together with returning star Hattie Bee and other special guests, they’re guaranteed to get everyone ‘in the mood’.”
Tickets are available via the Severn Valley Railway website for £30 for a party of 2, or £60 for a party of 4.
Day tickets for the Step Back to the 1940s Weekends include travel on trains are also available on the Severn Valley Railway website. The weekends take place on 26th and 27th June, and 3rd and 4th July.
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