A TOUR featuring seven 1960s acts, playing some of the hits that shaped 20th century pop culture in Britain and across the world, will come to Llandudno’s Venue Cymru.

“60s Gold: The 60s Explosion” will treat fans to 63 “Top 10” hits during the course of the evening, and in-between, some stories and memories from giants of the post-war pop generation.

The tour will stop off at Venue Cymru on Tuesday, October 3, with the following acts on the bill:

  • Herman’s Hermits – “Manchester’s first mega band”
  • Marmalade – “Scotland’s first mega band”
  • Steve Ellis – “scored a No.1 hit before he’d even signed a record contract”
  • Spencer James (of The Searchers) – “guitarist in the longest-running band In UK pop history”
  • Dave Berry – “the biggest-selling hit single in the history of the Benelux nations”
  • The Fourmost – “60th anniversary of Merseybeat stars who worked alongside The Beatles”
  • Gerry’s Pacemakers – “Liverpool’s true Anthem Makers”


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Tickets for the Llandudno show can be purchased by visiting venuecymru.co.uk, or by calling Venue Cymru’s box office on 01492 872 000.

A press statement added: “These guys mixed it with Elvis, The Beatles, the Stones, The Who and more.

“They had hits, misses, screaming fans and adventures that took them across the world and into the hearts of millions, as they tore down the old rules and created a new, modern pop culture, to some of the most memorable tunes of all time.”