Paul Weller & Special Guests Live at Jodrell Bank
24th April 2012
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24th June – Paul Weller

+ Special Guests

 Jodrell Bank - Cheshire




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Graham Coxon announced as main support for Paul Weller show


Baxter Dury and Little Barrie also added to the bill


Artists to perform in the grounds of the iconic Lovell Telescope


A unique concert at The University of Manchester’s Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire


 Hands-on science workshops, lectures and experiments also included in the ticket price -


"I’m excited to play Jodrell Bank, it’s always good to perform in unique places and this will be the most unique of them all!  It’s going to be a great show in a great space-age setting," – Paul Weller



Before the spectacular evening concerts and throughout each day, attendees will be able to participate in a fantastic range of hands-on experiments and workshops on site at Jodrell Bank. This year the Science Arena at Live from Jodrell Bank will be expanding beyond the stars and with full access to the magnificent Discovery centre included in every ticket, this is a great chance to find out more about the mind-blowing research happening at Jodrell Bank. Explore the wonders of the universe and find out for yourself why stargazing has enjoyed a massive resurgence in the past few years.


For over five decades, the giant Lovell Telescope at Jodrell Bank has been part of the Cheshire landscape and an internationally renowned landmark for astronomers.  Since the summer of 1957 it has been exploring the depths of outer space in a quest for knowledge. It remains one of the biggest and most powerful radio telescopes in the world, spending most of its time investigating cosmic phenomena that were undreamed of when it was first conceived. 


Live From Jodrell Bank...

... A stellar line-up in a truly unique location

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