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Sham 69, The Blockheads, The Beat and The Selecter all confirm Dreamland shows

PUBLISHED: 09:11 30 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:38 30 October 2017

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Latest string of music events coming to the seaside venue

Dreamland’s line-up of live music will continue into next year with two major events already confirmed for the spring.

The Margate venue, transformed since major £25million of investment earlier this year, has already hosted a string of big events this year - including a show by Gorillaz which sold out in minutes. The band recently added a second night to shows at the 20,000 capacity O2 Arena in London.

Now, on February 24, ska legends The Beat and The Selecter will be performing their hits as both take to the stage.

The Beat enjoyed a string of hits in the late 1970s and early 1980s including the likes of Mirror in the Bathroom, Tears of a Clown and Too Nice to Talk To.

Meanwhile The Selecter, had hits with On My Radio and Three Minute Hero. Both continue to tour to appreciate audiences.

Tickets for the show go on sale on November 3.

Meanwhile, across April 13-14 will be the return of the Undercover Festival at the park.

Already confirmed for the alternative show are the likes of Sham 69 and The Blockheads.

Tickets on sale now.

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