A jam-packed entertainment schedule at Delph & Dobcross Cricket Club can now be revealed ahead of the summer months. Regular live music, interactive karaoke nights and the popular iPod Shuffle nights are just some of the highlights to look forward to as we get the clubhouse bouncing with some memorable evenings.
The first Saturday of every month in the cricket season has been designated as DDCC Live! Night. We’ve spread our net far and wide to bring you the finest solo singers and musicians with each main event moulded to a specific theme. We think we’ve secured a fine variety of music with something for everyone.
In May, Springhead musician Paddy O’Hare will get us off and running with a brilliant Rock & Pop Classics night. Paddy is the master of the big riffs and has played with local legend Mike Sweeney at some of his gigs. In June, on the Queen’s Jubilee bank holiday weekend, Emma - formerly of popular local duo Neon - descends with a set centred around the finest in British music. For July, top indie and mod solo artist Carl Morris will get everyone ‘Mad For It’ with covers of some of the finest indie anthems and we’re super excited for August; amazing singer Rebekah Wallace celebrates everything from Motor City and beyond with a dedicated Motown and Soul classics night. Finally, September is all about the golden era of music as Steve Kenny blasts out a fantastic party set of 50’s and 60’s rock n roll hits.
Of course, we’ve plenty of familiar favourites in between. Andy Munro has a few surprises up his sleeve with some unique takes on the humble karaoke night throughout the season. The gripping ear-to-the-stereo iPod Shuffle nights make three appearances over the season where you could win cash prizes if your song is played last. DJ Jamie is chipping in too with three themed disco nights - Bump and grind to a Hip-Hop and R&B disco in May and then get your brightest clobber on for 80’s and 90’s themed parties.
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