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Call 911 ..there’s a party in Mary Stevens Park!

One of the biggest boy bands of the 90’s will headline this year’s Stourbridge Party in the Park, which will be held on Bank holiday Monday May 7th 2012 at Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge.

911 shot to fame with their top debut single ‘Don’t make me wait’, which was followed by a further 9 top 10 singles including their number 1 single ‘A little bit more’.

The fun packed family day will also see live performances from a host of local, national and international artists, Popular Dutch pop star dubbed ‘the new justin bieber’, Casper will be flying in especially for the event for his first UK appearance and the soulful Aaron Paul, ex lead singer from Simon Cowell’s 90’s boy band ‘World’s Apart’ is over from the U.S promoting his new single ‘Searching’.

Arena entertainment comes in the form of history re-enactor groups with their spectacular military displays through the ages and NSW championship wrestling featuring ‘Britain’s biggest biceps’ Tiny Iron. Dance groups and Zumba displays also entertain.

Gates open at 11am and with over 20 quality live musical acts and plenty to entertain the children it promises to be a great family day out. We have kept the ticket price as low as possible at £3 to ensure this an affordable day out for the entire family, we are also very pleased to be supporting Help for Heroes at this and all future events.

Popular childrens TV characters Roary the Racing car with Big Chris and Peppa Pig will be available for meet and greet at various intervals throughout the day. There will also be a fun fair, craft and market stalls and an array of delicious food outlets.

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  1. Just returned from Party in the Park, overall a great time for my young kids (12 and 7 year olds) lots of things to try and do, Not impressed with the language used by the “soldiers” doing the battle history, F work and telling someone to P ss off, not acceptable in front of children, are they CRB checked to be working aroung juniors?

    That aside, great day, two tired and sleepy kids, perfect


  2. Went to party in park. Highlight for me was Brierley being represented, with the Vagabonds stage! I’ve been meaning to check that place and I will now, had some great acts on.

  3. We can pass your comments onto the organisers as they might be able to offer you some assistance. They may not be aware of the situation, but we thank you for raising this concern as a parent and for bringing it to our attention. Sadly, this was the final Party in the Park event.

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