Posted August 2017
‘Summertime Feast of Music’ a roaring success
Belle Aire Holiday Park has long been a family favourite, renowned for its fantastic holiday experience, great on-site entertainment and the warm welcome received at Club Belle for both holiday makers, locals and day trippers. This year, Belle Aire hosted their first ever free music event which was a complete success!
The Summertime Feast of Music which took place on Sunday 20th August from 12:30 ’til late promised an eclectic mix of great performers and they certainly kept the audience entertained and on their feet dancing! With tribute acts from Elvis, to 1980’s classics, this unique experience acted as a time machine through the decades of different musical experiences.
The event catered for people of all ages from toddlers through to grandparents, with a bouncy castle, inflatable side, BBQs, face-painting, table tennis, along with the park’s fantastic outside play area and sandpits.
Despite the clouds, the day stayed dry and sunny, with the event attended by hundreds of people enjoying an entertaining day at Club Belle. With the event open to all, it was attended by both holiday makers, day trippers and local residents.
There was even a visit from ‘Mini-Elvis’, a young Elvis fan, dressed up as his idol who was in awe of Peter King as he sang a string of stars hits!
No event at Club Belle would be complete without a visit from the park’s mascot Benjii Belle, who came out to meet the children and pose for photos.
Speaking at the close of the summer event last night, Joanne Hubbard, Manageress of Belle Aire’s ‘Club Belle’ said:
We are thrilled that our first Summertime Feast of Music event was such a successful day. We saw hundreds of people of all ages enjoying themselves throughout the day and a diverse range of musical performers entertaining the crowds. We were delighted to welcome back some familiar faces as well as new visitors to Club Belle and hope to see everyone return for some of the excellent entertainment we have planned for the rest of the season. We’re also really looking forward to planning next year’s festival!”
For further information, please visit www.hemsbybelleaire.co.uk