70s Weekend

For the first time we will be bringing our fantastic 70s Weekend to South Bay Holiday Park 5th-7th October 2018!

For the first time we will be bringing our fantastic 70s Weekend to South Bay Holiday Park with some authentic 70s acts! 

South Bay Holiday Park 5th- 8th October 

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Friday 5th October


A British pop group formed in 1976 from Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. The total world wide record sales for ‘Racey’ were approximately 5 million covering the U.K. Europe, Scandinavia, Australia & New Zealand. Lay your Love on Me’ and ‘Some Girls’ were both awarded Gold discs.

Along with the other original member of ‘Racey’ Pete Miller plus new Key board player Ian Hewitt; ‘Racey’ played to a sellout crowd, went down a storm, the boys felt great to be back, and back they are with a vengance. Pete Miller sadly died on May 6th 2003 after losing his battle with cancer. His wit, musical love, and great voice will be deeply missed. 


Saturday 6th October 

Nat Augustine

Stevie One’ is Nat Augustin’s latest creation of a fantastic authentic show presenting a powerful, uplifting tribute to the iconic Stevie Wonder.

The show comprises the gentle reflective sing-along moments to the more uptempo funk classics from the 60s to 90s.,,

Having worked as Musical Director for Alexander O’Neal, Tavares and Gwen McCrae, Nat has also worked with many well-known talented artistes and groups. A hugely experienced & versatile musician, Nat plays keyboards, guitar and trombone no less!

Nat Augustin's 'Stevie One' works fully self contained on playback.



Heatwave, one of the most popular soul bands of the past few decades, with their inimitable blend of sweet soul grooves and great pop/soul/dance songs are back with a vengeance. Although based in Britain, Heatwave was formed by the Wilder brothers, Johnnie and Keith, on their discharge from the US  Army, an advert in a music paper yielded Hull's, England born songwriter Rod Temperton,

With hits like 'Mind Blowing Decisions', 'Boogie Nights' and the all time classic 'Allways and Forever', Heatwave are no strangers to chart success with a string of hits reaching the top twenty, and the foot stomping 'Boogie Nights' climbing all the way to number one in 1977.


Sunday 7th October 

The Disco Disciples 

In 1999 the Birmingham based band The Disco Disciples exploded on to the scene. It wasn't long before this uniquely stylish and highly professional musicians became established as a dance floor filling favourite throughout the length and breadth of the UK and into Europe. 

The last decade has seen this act performing on the same bill as fellow soul/ disco artists such as Shalamar, The Stylistics, The Real Thing, Rose Royce, Odyssey and Boney M. The professionalism of their show is reflected not only in their repertoire of dance floor filling party classics, both old and new, but also in their ability to make your event a 'Night To Remember'.