The Osmond Brothers, pop icons from the 70s, who had hits with “Crazy Horses”, “Love me for a Reason”, “Let me in” to name just a few, will be appearing at Urmston Festival’s Party On the Pitch on Saturday 25th May.
The Party On the Pitch is taking place on both Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May on the cricket pitch at Urmston Sports Club.
This performance will be one of the last times we will see Jay Osmond as he has announced his retirement from touring later on this summer.
Fans of the band will be able to re-live the 70s and sing along to their chart-topping hits!
The weekend promises to be one filled with live music and entertainment with the chance to see the internationally acclaimed band, The Bootleg Beatles, possibly the top Beatles tribute band around, alongside 90s band, Space, Tom Hingley’s Karpets, Stax of Soul, and some amazing tribute bands and local bands.
There will also be a second acoustic stage, showcasing Urmston’s own talented music artists.
The festival will be opened by local celebrity Wayne Devlin and compered by Jonny Spangles, both local guys well known and admired in Urmston.
A selection of street food vendors, bouncy castles, glitter make-up and a stall for the charity Francis House Children’s Hospice, the charity supported by the festival , will create the real festival vibe.
There have been 14 months of hard work leading up to this festival but it’s looking like it’s going to be a great success, bringing live music to Urmston!
Details and tickets are available from
Tickets are also still available from The Three Barrels on Flixton Road and Urmston Sports Club on Moorside Road.