LUCKY winner of a pair of tickets to see rhythm and blues legend Jools Holland at Walton Hall and Gardens was Phil Greenwood from Burtonwood.
He correctly answered the question of what year Jools Holland signed a record contract and who with, as Warner Brothers Records, 1996.
He will now get the chance to see Jools Holland this coming Saturday, July 20th.
Walton Hall has teamed up with arts charity Culture Warrington to present a fantastic outdoor music event featuring the one and only Jools Holland and His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra.
With special guests Pauline Black and Arthur “Gaps” Hendrickson from The Selecter performing together with guest vocalists Ruby Turner and Louise Marshall, Saturday July 20 promises a fantastic evening of live music at Warrington’s premier park.
Warrington Borough Council’s cabinet member for leisure and community, Cllr Tony Higgins said: “This is going to be an amazing event and one which will really celebrate Walton as a destination, not only for borough residents but for people all over the North West.”
The council has been working in close partnership with Culture Warrington, the charity which runs Pyramid and Parr Hall and Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, to present the event.
Chris Persoglio, Culture Warrington’s venue and events manager, added: “It’s always great to welcome top artists to the town and this is a fantastic opportunity for an even wider audience to experience Jools Holland and His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra.”
Tickets are still on sale now, but it is advisable to buy soon to avoid disappointment!
Visit www.warrington.gov.uk/JoolsHolland or culturewarrington.org or call Pyramid and Parr Hall box office on 01925 442345.