Georgia is set to light up Watford!

Georgia & The Vintage Youth performing at the Royal Albert Hall

Georgia Crandon, otherwise known as Georgia & the Vintage Youth, is starting November with a resoundingly loud BANG by performing at the Cassiobury Fireworks on Saturday 2nd November!

Georgia & The Vintage Youth return to the Cassiobury Fireworks following a resounding performance at last year's event in front of over 30,000 attendees! The amazing evening will feature live entertainment with Vibe 107.6 FM Presenters,  Laura Alexandra and Lee Partridge from 6.30pm and Georgia & The Vintage Youth will be performing  from 7.00pm, followed by a fabulous 20 minutes fireworks display at 8.00pm.

Georgia, who has supported Squeeze and Roland Gift, completed a 50-date support band UK tour earlier this year, culminating with sell out a performance at The Royal Albert Hall. Georgia and her band, the Vintage Youth, have made major festival appearances this year too, including The Isle of Wight, Cambridge Club and Cornbury.

Now under the wing of new management, TALENTBANQ, Georgia embarks on the next chapter of her journey with new music in the form of a new EP to be dropped in early 2020 and produced by Brit music award winning Blair MacKichan who has written and worked with Will Young, Paloma Faith and Ollie Murs, to name a few.

Georgia says, “I’ll be touring in 2020, promoting my new EP and revisiting the fans that really supported me on my UK tour earlier this year, but in smaller venues, which is exciting!” Georgia will also be supporting a massive headline star in July 2020, details to be officially announced after November 12th.

Georiga & The Vintage youth performing at the Cassiobury Fireworks 2018

In addition to the amazing live music, you can enter our fantastic Twitter competition and to win one of TWO £100 intu Watford gift cards! Just text a photo of yourself enjoying the evening at Cassiobury Park with family and friends, and tweet it to @Vibe #Cassiobury Fireworks by 7.15pm on Saturday night.  Entries close at 7.15pm and the winners will be announced by Lee and Laura after 7.30pm. You could even go on stage for the countdown to the fireworks display! 

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