Enghien Jazz Festival


Enghien Jazz Festival

Jazz Festival

19th Enghien Jazz Festival

From Wednesday 5th to Sunday 8th July 2018

Kid Creole and the Coconuts is excited to be playing Enghien Jazz Festival on Saturday July 7th in France.

Also on the bill that night is Leee John and IMAGINATION.

For tickets and more information CLICK HERE

For its 19th edition, the Barrière Enghien Jazz Festival returns with:

International artists, its magnificent floating stage on the lake and concerts in the city and on the stage of the Casino Theater!

A current and intergenerational festival open to all jazz and all the currents that come from it: reggae, funk, soul, blues … A festival of legends, gathering the biggest names that built the jazz of today. A festival that makes the city “sing”!



July 23rd, Kid Creole and the Coconuts will be performing at Chelmsford Racecourse, UK for their Summer Nights with the internationally renowned Buena Vista Social Club from Havana.

For tickets go to: https://ccr.yourticketbooking.com/p/SummerNights_BVSC_KC

The Summer Nights music continues with our spectacular Open Air Festival over three nights at Chelmsford City Racecourse. Thursday 21st July sees Classical superstar Katherine Jenkins OBE performing a selection of famous show tunes, backed by the National Symphony Orchestra. Katherine has performed for The Pope, Presidents and Royalty; indeed, she is the only artist confirmed by request to perform at Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th birthday celebration in May 2016.

The following evening (Friday 22nd July) sees three iconic 80s acts visit the Racecourse. Rick Astley, Paul Young & Toyah Wilcox arrive in Chelmsford for an evening of classic pop tunes that are guaranteed to get you dancing! The eclectic mix of music continues on Saturday 23rd, as the Buena Vista Social Club and Kid Creole and The Coconuts close the Open Air Festival in lively fiesta style!

Let’s Rock Bristol

Let’s Rock Bristol Information:

We are delighted to announce that Let’s Rock Bristol! returns to The Ashton Court Estate on the weekend of Friday 3rd June to Saturday 5th June 2016. With a fabulous line-up of artists to bring you the very best of the 80s, and an action packed day of general 80s madness, there is plenty to do for everyone at this Family Friendly Festival!

Let’s Rock Bristol! has been leading the way for quality, family-friendly 80s music festivals since 2009. Don’t miss out on this chance for a retro blast with the very best of the 80s.


Tickets to this event are limited, so don’t miss out! Tickets may be purchased online through our website, or locally from:

– Bristol Ticket Shop, 41 High St, Bristol BS1
– Bristol Tourist Information, E Shed, 1 Canon’s Road, Bristol BS1 5TX

Tickets will NOT be available on the gate.

Problems purchasing your tickets online?  Please email customerservices@gigantic.com


2016 will see our ever popular and totally cool, funky 80s themed VIP enclosure. Sit back and relax in the comfy chill out zone or enjoy the outdoor seating area. The VIP enclosure includes it’s own bar selling a range of quality brands and 80s cocktails, plus of course the all-important VIP luxury loos – essential at any festival!

Also included is a souvenir programme, meal and welcome drink.

Fancy dress is recommended (but not compulsory!).

For any group bookings (10 or more) please email your request to customerservices@gigantic.com
Alternatively, you can call Gigantic customer services between 9:00am and 5:30pm Monday to Friday on 0115 807 7900.

Please note that VIP does not always guarantee the best view of the stage.

Kid Creole will be playing on Sunday June 5th at this festival, get your tickets now for this big eighties weekender.

Happy Days Festival

Our festival will take you back in time to celebrate those Happy Days! With a combination of legendary artists from the 70s, 80s and 90s, that will recreate the feel good factor. Come and reminisce the party vibe at our amazing venue, a 40 acre site in the heart of Surrey, ‘Imber Court‘, East Molesey, Surrey KT8 0BT.

The Festival will blend 3 decades of amazing music with other entertainments including a themed retro bar, pyrotechnics, games area, family fun activities.

Happy Days Lineup

Artists confirmed for Party Saturday 28th – The Human League, Marc Almond, Heaven 17, Kid Creole & The Coconuts, Matt Bianco…Main Stage DJ “Rusty Egan” from British New Wave Bands Visage and The Rich Kids.

Artists confirmed for Soul & Dance Sunday 29th – The Sugar Hill Gang plus Melle Mel & Scorpio (Furious Five), Incognito, Jocelyn Brown, Joyce Sims, Martha Wash (original Weather Girl), Heatwave, Vula (Basement Jaxx Vocalist), Lisa Millett…Main Stage DJ “Bert Bevans” Studio 54 & Orginal Ministry of Sound.

Festival goers will also be able to try our delicious Gastro Grub, which will include a selection of World Fusion food and Vegetarian options.


Pre-sale limited offer!!

EXCLUSIVELY for our dedicated fans we are offering for
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Pre-Sale Tickets

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48 hours ONLY limited pre-sale tickets for the world premier of
Cherchez La Femme the musical!!
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Get your tickets now as this offer ends at midnight (Eastern standard time) on Saturday!

Cherchez La Femme previews from May 20th until May 22nd then our official GRAND OPENING is on Monday 23rd at La Mama’s Ellen Stewart Theatre on East 4th Street, New York City.
So don’t delay, get your tickets today!

“Cherchez La Femme,” a new musical written by August Darnell and Vivien Goldman featuring the music of Grammy-nominated songwriters Stony Browder Jr. and August Darnell.
Synopsis: Set in Manhattan and Haiti, the play explores heavy themes and lightweight dreams.
It’s reckless, it’s rhythmic, it’s romantic.


is a musical extravaganza that tells the story of one man’s loss and another man’s gain and the powerful women who make it all possible. It explores dark themes (abandonment, sibling rivalry, unrequited love) and light themes (sexual healing, the pursuit of happiness,  the smell of success) but never without inviting you to shake your head and tap your toes to the infectious neo-urban-jungle grooves. The play is set in New York City and the Caribbean in the 1980’s.
It’s reckless. It’s rhythmic. It’s romantic.