Additional performances of the musical SIX lead the latest round of additions to the MK Bowl drive-in entertainment series happening this summer.
The latest additions to the Utilita Live at the Drive-In series includes a further 9 performances of SIX, with 1 extra performance added to the initially scheduled run at the Bowl in August, along with 8 extra shows for September 15th-20th. This will include 2 shows each on September 19th and 20th.
The original run is scheduled to be the start of SIX’s drive-in run as part of its nationwide tour.
Two extra performers have also been added this week. Former Soft Cell singer turned solo artist Marc Almond will perform in early September, while Albanian EDM pop star Elvana has also been added to the bill for a show in late August.
Tickets will go on sale at Ticketmaster this week, with tickets for the other shows available.
Last week, a number of family-based show were added, including a live appearance by BBC TV show hosts Dick & Dom, 3 performances of a stage-based version of The Tiger Who Came For Tea and a dinosaur-based entertainment show.
Music acts such as Wiley, The Streets, Kaiser Chiefs, Tom Grennan, Gary Numan, Dizzee Rascal and KT Tunstall had already been previously announced as part of the series.
The revised schedule of acts playing the Milton Keynes Bowl drive-in is as follows:
- July 30th – Tony Hadley
- August 4th-9th – SIX The Musical (9 shows, including 2 each on Thu 6th, Sat 8th and Sun 9th)
- August 4th – The Streets
- August 6th – Brainiac Live
- August 7th – What’s Love Got To Do With It?
- August 10th – Wiley presents Boasty Gang
- August 11th – Reggae Roast VS Gentleman’s Dub Club Sound System
- August 12th – Skindred
- August 13th – Dick & Dom
- August 13th – Tom Grennan
- August 14th – Kaiser Chiefs
- August 14th – M Huncho
- August 15th – Cream Classical Ibiza (2 shows)
- August 16th – Sigala
- August 18th – Beverley Knight
- August 18th/19th – The Tiger Who Came To Tea (3 shows, including 2 on the 19th)
- August 19th – Lightning Seeds
- August 20th – Boyzlife
- August 20th – The Snuts
- August 21st – Russell Watson
- August 22nd/23rd – Dinosaur World Live (3 shows, including 2 on the 23rd)
- August 22nd – Bjorn Again
- August 22nd – Embrace
- August 25th – Brand New Heavies
- August 27th – Dizzee Rascal
- August 28th – Ash
- August 29th – Elvana
- August 30th – Gary Numan
- August 30th – Reef featuring Andy Taylor
- September 3rd – Whitney Queen of the Night
- September 3rd – The Zutons
- September 4th – Comedy Store (2 shows)
- September 10th – Marc Almond
- September 12th – Jack Savoretti (2 shows)
- September 13th – KT Tunstall
- September 15th-20th – SIX The Musical (8 shows, including 2 each on Sep 19th and Sun 20th)