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  Melksham Party In The Park. Saturday 16th July 2016.

1.00pm - 11.00pm   

Melksham Party in the Park has grown over the years since it started in 2000 to become a ‘not to be missed’ event, a highlight fixture on the calendar. Such is its standing and profile that thousands attend each year for what is a great day out for all the family.Party In the Park is held at King George V Playing Field, Lowbourne Melksham Wiltshire SN12 7ED England which is close to Melksham town centre and is easily accessible for people attending from both ends of the field and off the A3102 (Melksham to Calne road).  

The gates open at 1pm and the event runs right through to 11pm. Admission charges are under 11s FREE, age 11 to 15 inclusive £2.50, age 16 and over £5. You only pay once as wrist bands are given at entrance ( please write your mobile phone number on small childrens wrist bands so we can call parents if they get lost ). 


The entertainment for this year's Party in the Park in Melksham has been announced. Once again there is... a something for all the family with music, dance and daredevil acts.

Headlining this popular event will be T.Rextasy who will pay a musical homage to the late, great Marc Bolan and T.Rex, the glam rock icons from the '70s. Described by one music critic as "brilliant" the tribute band will perform many of T.Rex's hits including Get It On, Jeepster, Telegram Sam and Metal Guru.

Also taking to the stage are special guests Dodgy, the power pop trio that came to prominence in the Britpop era whose biggest hit was Good Enough, which reached number four in the charts. Dodgy will play their old hits plus new material when they come to Melksham's biggest outdoor music event in July.

Supporting the main acts are Bath group the Pocket Men and Josie and the Outlaw, a rockabilly and blues band from Swindon, plus a host of local musical talent.

The thousands of people who attend the annual Party in the Park will also see two amazing daredevil performances. Thrills are guaranteed by the Vander Wheel of Death. This amazing circus act sees artistes perform acrobatics inside and outside spinning circular open-ended cages fixed to a nine metre steel structure that revolves around a central axis.

The Joseph Peace Fire Stunt Spectacular promises to be equally awe-inspiring. Combining modern circus and pantomime fun this highly original show blends amazing fire stunts with comedy and audience response. A series of flame-defying stunts will be performed, culminating in the grand finale that sees the stuntman jumping through a wall of fire on a BMX bike.

Lovers of modern and traditional dance will enjoy a Zumba demonstration, Melksham's Enigma Twirlers and the Chippenham Morris Men.

A number of advertising and promotional opportunities for local businesses are available. For more information contact Anne Marie at or call 07788 400025.