Bedford Park Concerts announce Saturday acts to complete line-up

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Ocean Colour Scene
Ocean Colour Scene will play Bedford Park on 31 July.

Bedford Park Concerts have announced their Saturday night act completing their line-up for their forthcoming 2021 concert series.

Indie and Mod favourites Ocean Colour Scene will be at Bedford Park on 31 July with special guests Dodgy.

The announcement completes the line-up of the region’s biggest live music event which was confirmed earlier this month as going ahead after lockdown.

Read: Olly Murs, Café Mambo and Bedford Park Proms all given the go-ahead this summer

Ocean Colour Scene’ story is already the stuff of legend having been a staple of over 20 years of UK pop culture at its very best.

They’ve nine albums under their belt, three of which hit the Top 5. 1996’s ‘Moseley Shoals’, 1997’s ‘Marchin’ Already’ and 1999’s ‘One From The Modern’.

They’ve also had nine successive Top 20 hit singles starting with 1996’s ‘The Riverboat Song’.

Their achievements have been nothing short of phenomenal, even giving Brit-pop giants Oasis a run for their money knocking ‘What’s the Story?’ off the top spot in 1997 with ‘Marchin’ Already’.

Tickets for Ocean Colour Scene go on sale on 8 April at 9 am but you can sign up for a 24 hour earlier pre-sale at Bedford Park Concert’s social media pages.

Ocean Colour Scene on Saturday 31 August will be the third of four shows at Bedford Park.

Read: Olly Murs to kick off next summer’s Bedford Park Concerts

Olly Murs and special, guests Scouting For Girls will kick off the event on Thursday 29 July, with Cafe Mambo Ibiza on Friday and the 25th Bedford Park Proms closing the event on Sunday 1 August.

Head to bedfordparkconcerts.co.uk for more info.

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