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Party at the Proact

12 February 2014

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This summer's 'Party at the Proact' on Sunday, June 8 will feature Lawson and Union J, together with a number of other acts and tickets are now on sale.

Lawson, featuring Chesterfield's Ryan Fletcher on bass guitar, have enjoyed chart success with 'When She Was Mine', 'Taking Over Me', 'Standing in the Dark' and 'Learn to Love Again'. They have had five top five hits and a top ten debut album.

Union J have taken the British boy band scene by storm, attracting millions of fans. With a debut studio album and UK headline tour in 2013, the boys are already working on their second album. 

The other acts appearing will be announced shortly. Following on from the fantastic response to the Tom Jones concert, there is certain to be great demand to see another exciting event at the Proact.

Tickets priced from £35 are now available on pre-sale to Chesterfield fans before going on general sale on Friday. They can be purchased in person from the Ticket Office at the Proact, via the ticket hotline: 01246 209765 (option 1 or ext 4114) or via email: 

Hospitality packages are also available. To enquire about the packages, please phone Janice Kew on 01246 209765 (ext 4153) or email

When tickets go on general sale, they will be available via the above channels and online purchases can also be made by clicking here:

Chesterfield chairman Dave Allen commented: "It was my vision to put on a second concert to appeal to a younger audience the day after the Tom Jones concert. I am delighted that we have been able to attract a number of exciting acts to the Proact. It promises to be an unforgettable weekend!"

Promoter Liz Doogan Hobbs MBE from Liz Hobbs Group said: "We love the approach being taken by the club. They are working with us to ensure the band selection process is right and we just can´t wait to start the concert load in. Tom Jones tickets are flying out and a more pop biased day is a great addition."

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