It’s party time on the prom again. Saturday 20 July from 1.30pm the music starts and goes on until 8pm. This year the huge free concert’s theme is Rocking All Over The World.


Tribute acts headed by Coldplayer also include The Countefeit Quo, Rihanna tribute act, Bon Jovi UK and Only One Direction.

Also on the bill is the wildly successful singer songwriter and Bhangra producer Punjabi By Nature from Wolverhampton will be on stage proving why he is known as the Hit Maker.

Coldplayer are said to take the whole tribute art to the next level. Don’t just close your eyes and think they sound like Coldplay, open them and they even look like Coldplay.

The band has performed at venues and events far and wide taking in shows in India as well as top venues across the UK such as Liverpool’s O2 Academy.


Punjabi By Nature (PBN) is one of UK’s most successful Asian music producers. PBN’s music has vastly impacted the sound of UK Bhangra. Smash hit tracks such as Jaan Panjabi, Nain Preeto De, Nachdi and Aaj Me Peeni, which are by far some of the biggest party anthems to have emerged from the scene, have also positioned PBN as one of the most recognized Brit-Asian producers.

His formula of catchy hooks and heavy beats, blended with UK flavors has earned him the title of the Hit Maker and immense recognition and support from the industry.

Bon Jovi UK have been together for many years, first starting out as ‘New Jersey’ and now back – bigger and better than before with a full throttle anthem blasting Bon Jovi show. It’s all here, the look, the sound, the hits, the energy, the party atmosphere but most importantly, the warmth with the audiences.

The band has worked very hard to capture what the audiences want and give it to them. What makes this band stand out from any other Bon Jovi band is they have Ritchie Sambora’s twin on lead guitar, Tico with the double kit and goatie beard, a curly haired David Bryan on Keyboards, a very talented Hugh on bass guitar and a friendly ‘Jon’ who hits all the notes (and in the original key).

‘Jon’ is the voice of Jon Bon Jovi worldwide on Sony Playstation’s game Buzz. He was asked to do this as he is well known for being possibly the best Jon Bon Jovi soundalike in the world… quite an honour for a British singer.

Counterfeit Quo

Countefeit Quo are another top tribute act producing an adrenaline charged set crashes its way through many of Quo’s 22 top ten chart hits including In The Army, Down Down, Whatever You Want and Rocking All Over The World.

Only One Direction shows the way in paying tribute to the US teen sensation with a show which captures the enthusiasm of the famous five’s first album and X Factor performances.

Rihanna’s massive hits including Disturbia, Russian Roulette, Take A Bow and Umbrella, our Rihanna tribute will make your event a success and have your crowd left singing Please Don’t Stop The Music. With a highly choreographed show, and fantastic real to life costumes our Rihanna Tribute is definitley not a show to miss.


(with approximate timings)

1.30-2.15pm Counterfeit Quo

2.30-3.15pm Rihanna Tribute

3.30-4.15pm Bon Jovi UK

4.30-5.30pm Punjabi By Nature

5.45-6.30pm Only One Direction

7-8pm Coldplayer

Also on the big day

Gravesham’s big day out goes on most of the day with the Summer Regatta on the river from 10am featuring races until about 6pm.

The fantastic Northfleet Carnival proceeds from Springhead Industrial Park to the Riverside Leisure Area starting at 1pm and arriving about 3.30pm.

The Summer Queen event is in the Fort Gardens from 11am to 1pm.