The 2021 Party At The Park: two stages = twice as fun

If you have ever gone to Party At The Park before, you know how this festival is all about feeling good all day and enjoying amazing music around you. In order to make up for the missed festival last year, we have upgraded and introduced a new stage- Popify. So let’s have an overview who you might expect to see over there:

First of all we got the iconic 5ive on board, a British boy band from London consisting of members Sean Conlon, Ritchie Neville, and Scott Robinson. Fun fact is that the group was formed in 1997 by the same team that managed the Spice Girls before they launched their career, so you know these guys are good. It is no wonder that their songs “Keep on Moving” and “If Ya Getting Down” were hits worldwide, with this success earning them a BRIT award as ‘Best Pop Act’ in 2000.

East 17 is another name that needs no introduction, a legendary British music band, who perform pop-rock, dance-pop, hip hop and rap.

To a Party At The Park dedicated fan, the next name is no surprise. S Club Party has blessed us with their presence on various occasions and we have loved it every single time. Who is ready to sing along to some classics such as “Reach” and “Don’t Stop Movin'”? We certainly are.

And what would be a 90s festival without the legendary Chico? Another one of X factor’s talents who has now become our favourite.

Phats and small is a name which is definitely familiar to an electronic dance music fan. Their single “Turn Around” became an International hit in 1999 and they have been around ever since. Find them rocking the Popify stage at 2021 Party At The Park!

While our local favourite G-Funk is having a little rest, we are also letting Paul Chuckle spin the decks. Guaranteed good time!

And last but now least we have DJ Ironik and Kelly Llorenna, who will be also blessing us with their presence. While Ironik’s genre of music varies from hip hop, grime, R&B and UK garage, then Kelly will be focusing on English dance music. We sure can’t wait to hear her biggest hit “Set You Free”, which made the UK top five in early 1995.

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