Rock ‘n roll festival returns to Morecambe

Dancers from the Happy Feet School of Dance in Torrisholme, Laura Bland, Lily Hocking, Lucy Raistrick and Sally Friend with orgnisers of the Tutti Frutti Festival, Sue Boswell and Steve Middlesbrough, David Ross-Clasper from the Wimslow Hotel and Suzi Bunting from Bay Tourism Association. 10% of participating hotelliers takings during the annual 1950s weekend on July 27 and 28 will be donated to the festival.
Dancers from the Happy Feet School of Dance in Torrisholme, Laura Bland, Lily Hocking, Lucy Raistrick and Sally Friend with orgnisers of the Tutti Frutti Festival, Sue Boswell and Steve Middlesbrough, David Ross-Clasper from the Wimslow Hotel and Suzi Bunting from Bay Tourism Association. 10% of participating hotelliers takings during the annual 1950s weekend on July 27 and 28 will be donated to the festival.

THE most colourful festival on Morecambe’s calendar returns on Friday, July 27.

The Tutti Frutti 1950s festival will see two days of fantastic live rock ‘n’ roll at The Platform.

Expect some of the best bands on the vintage rock ‘n’ roll circuit and all the 50s fashions in their glory.

Look out for a full preview of the festival in next week’s Visitor.

In the meantime, contact Morecambe Visitor Information Centre at The Platform, or you can visit www.tutti-frutti-festival.com for full details of the festival.