GOOD TIME IN THE PARK: LINEUP ANNOUNCED

Good Time in the Park: Lineup announced
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GOOD TIME IN THE PARK: LINEUP ANNOUNCED



Written by James Ratcliffe
04 Friday 04th July 2014

Norman Jay MBE and his brand new festival, Good Times In The Park, has just announced its brilliant first round of artists performing this September in London. Taking place outside of the Notting Hill Carnival for the first time in their 30 year history, this is a momentous time for Good Times - the festival is a whole new chapter in their illustrious musical history.

Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th September, London W12

Taking place over Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th September, Good Times In The Park will be the biggest and best Good Times party ever held, set over three stages. Norman has handpicked the lineup, featuring iconic music pioneers from club and festival culture.

Norman says: 

“We are creating something which will take Good Times to the next level. The festival will feature live stage entertainment, club deejays and will support exciting young British talent - everything we and our loyal fans would clearly embrace and enjoy at a Good Times event. We look forward to welcoming you all to our biggest adventure yet in the land of music!”

Musical friends joining Norman include ten-time GRAMMY® Award-winning artist Chaka Khan, with an exclusive UK performance. The international music icon has sold millions of albums, spanning four illustrious decades. Chaka says: “I am thrilled to be performing at Good Times In The Park with Norman Jay at his new festival. I love London and the UK and can’t wait to be a part of this event!”

Part of the festival’s emphasis is also focusing on supporting new talent with the Good Times seal of approval. Jamal Edwards’ of SBTV will be hosting the Spotlight Arena over the weekend

All proceeds from the festival will go to four key charities Norman supports; Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital, Damilola Taylor Trust, Prostate Cancer UK and CoppaFeel!

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