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Mersey Radio is Proud to Support Precky Fest!

The Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) is extremely proud and delighted to announce the launch of Preckyfest 2017. This unique event is to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the SPF and continues the astonishing legacy of the late, great Steve Prescott.

Preckyfest  takes place on Saturday 1st July.

In association with Woolyback Productions and St Helens RFC Preckyfest will be the first live Music Festival to be held at the Totally Wicked Stadium, the community stadium of St Helens.

A full day of fantastic entertainment featuring eight top artistes ABC, Boomtown Rats, Midge Ure, Paul Young, Jo Whiley, Dodgy, Toploader, and X Factor winner Louisa Johnson.  MC for the event is the amazing versatile Johnny Vegas who will also be introducing some special friends during the day.

Doors open at 1200. The first act will be on stage at 1300 with the last act on stage at 21.30. Event close by 2300

Standard Ticket prices for  pitch standing tickets, West Stand and North Stand unreserved seating are £50.   South Stand allocated seating is £75.

South Stand  VIP Hospitality packages are also available with bar service and reserved seating. Tabern Premier Lounge with food available to purchase on the day £85.

Hall of Fame Lounge with food available to purchase on the day £95

Tickets and Hospitality packages can be purchased at http://www.preckyfest.co.uk

An after party is planned at the Imperial Bar and Terrace featuring St Helens own Stillia. More details to follow.

Let’s fill out the stadium and enjoy a fabulous live music experience in tribute to Steve Prescott MBE, the amazing  inspiration of the SPF.

The Steve Prescott Foundation (SPF) is a registered charity and is the legacy of Steve Prescott MBE who passed away in November 2013. Steve played rugby league for St Helens, Hull FC and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and was a Great Britain and Ireland international. Steve was diagnosed with a rare abdominal cancer, pseudomyxoma peritonei (PMP) in 2006 and formed the SPF in 2007 to raise funds for and awareness of the Rugby League Benevolent Fund and The Christie in Manchester.

In 2016 the SPF reached the fantastic Million Pound milestone of donations to its chosen    charities and to the SPF Special Causes Fund.

For more details of the days entertainment please take a look at the Preckyfest website.

http://www.preckyfest.co.uk