Café Mambo to bring Ibiza to Bedford Park

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The likes of Todd Terry, Maxi Jazz and Judge Jules will be in Bedford Park on 26 July as part of the Cafe Mambo

Bedford Park Concerts has announced its Friday night act for their 2019 summer concert series.

In a flurry of social media activity this morning, the team behind the increasingly popular events revealed they’d be bringing Café Mambo to town on 26 July.

The Café Mambo collective features some of the world’s most popular DJs to ever play the iconic summer island of Ibiza.

The line up will see: Judge Jules, Todd Terry, Maxi Jazz, Danny Howard, Jason Bye, Mark Russell, and Second City in what is likely to be one of the biggest club-style nights Bedford has ever seen.

Fans of Bedford Park Concerts had been waiting patiently for the announcement but weren’t disappointed, with many now saying they plan to get tickets to see Café Mambo on Friday and Rita Ora the following night.

Earlier this month, Rita Ora announced Bedford will be just one of three big concerts she’ll be performing at this year.

She’ll be in town on Saturday 27 July.

This year’s summer concert series ends in the usual manner with the Bedford Park Proms on Sunday 28 July.

The annual proms has become a must-attend annual event for Bedfordians for over 20 years.

Guest tenor, Wynne Evans, will be leading the proceedings alongside 120 other performers from a 70-piece choir and the London Gala orchestra.

To get tickets for this year’s Bedford Park concerts events head to their website: BedfordParkConcerts.co.uk.

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