Thornton Rocks 7th September '24

Jordan North – DJ Set

Jordan North is a presenter who is best known for his drive time show with Vick Hope on BBC Radio 1. Alongside his appearance on I’m A Celebrity 2020 where he filled the nation with laughter & entertainment during the shows first series in Wales. Jordan’s obsession with radio began from an early age and drew him towards community radio station Preston FM. There he spent his teens horning his craft whilst working part-time on the radio station at Blackpool Pleasure Beach. In May of 2011 just days before completing his degree at The University of Sunderland, Jordan won Bauer Media’s stars of 2011, competition and presented a month of shows for Hits Radio. Jordan’s particular blend of the honest northern self- deprecation and genuine likeability made him many new friends and he got his first break presenting on Capital FM, during this time he also started working behind the scenes at BBC Radio 5live as a researcher for broadcasting heavyweights Victoria Derbyshire and Richard Bacon. In 2018 the BBC announced Jordan as part of the new weekend line up at Radio 1, later that year Jordan turned his skills to TV and can be seen presenting ‘Trending Live’ a live daily 90-minute show on 4music and YouTube. In December 2018 Hello Magazine featured Jordan in their ‘Rising Stars/ ones to watch for 2019’. Since March 2018, Jordan has co-presented the comedy agony-aunt podcast Help I Sexted My Boss with friend & expert William Hanson. The show aims to offer advice to listeners who have encountered modern day problems. The podcast is currently in its sixth series and was nominated for ‘Best Entertainment Podcast’ at the British Podcast Awards 2020.

2021 saw Jordan on our TV’s with Beverley Callard in new five-part ITV series, ‘Destination Wedding.’ Together, they will immerse themselves in local culture alongside thrill-seeking activities to help Jordan build up his confidence as well as help Beverly renew her Vows. He also saw himself become part of the hit show ‘Saturday Night Takeaway’

2022 is a big year for Jordan and it kicks off with him presenting two of BBC Three’s priority shows in ‘Go Hard or Go Home’ and ‘Project Icon’. The latter being a new competition format with Jason Derulo, Becky Hill and Frank Harris.

Tinchy Stryder

One of the most popular British rappers of his generation, Tinchy Stryder has a highly successful career in the entertainment industry, releasing four studio albums and achieving two number one singles to date.

Originally a member of grime collective, Ruff Sqwad before working with Roll Deep, alongside the likes of Dizzee Rascal and Wiley, Tinchy launched his solo career in 2006, with the release of his first studio album Star in the Hood which was an instant hit. He followed this up with his second album, Catch 22, which made it to number two in the UK album charts and gained BPI Gold certification as his career went from strength to strength.

In 2009, his track Number 1, featuring N-Dubz, stormed the UK charts going straight in at number one, closely followed by his single, Never Leave You. His music career has seen him go on to become a popular TV personality appearing on the likes of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! and Celebrity Juice. Tinchy continues to release new music and perform at some of the UK’s biggest events and festivals as well as this he has founded his own independent label Cloud 9 and has several other high-profile business ventures.

Kelly Llorenna

Kelly Llorenna is a female dance singer who was born in Upminster, Greater London, England and raised in Oldham, Lancashire.

She started her music career in 1993 as a member of the dance act N-Trance, lending her vocals to “Set You Free” which originally was not a success.

Following several re-releases, the song stormed the UK charts in January 1995. That same year she launched her solo career with the song “Brighter Day” which was just shy of reaching the UK top 40. In 1997, she returned to N-Trance for their cover version of the Rod Stewart hit “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy” which stormed the UK top 10. She would continue to sing on their hits which included a covers of the Guns N’ Roses hit “Paradise City” and the Jackson 5 hit “Shake Ya Body”.

In 2001, she appeared on Flip N Fill’s “True Love Never Dies” which when re-released in 2002, became a top 10 hit. In 2002, she released a solo album, called All Clubbed Up, which featured her most well-known work including a cover version of Taylor Dayne’s “Tell It To My Heart”, which went top 10 in October 2002, as well as a new version of “Heart of Gold”, a song she originally recorded with Force & Styles back in 1998.

In 2004, she reached the UK top 15 with a cover version of Donna Summer’s hit “This Time I Know It’s For Real”. She is now a respected name within the world of Club music.


Ultrabeat started out as a Liverpool born DJ under his own name Chris Henry. At 17 was selling out venues in the north of England going on to become a platinum selling artist with chart success all the way to the top with tracks such as “Pretty Green Eyes”, “DiscoLights”, “Elysium” and “Sure Feels Good”.

Ultrabeat, now often seen headlining huge events in the UK, Ireland and Europe is known for energetic DJ sets with great crowd interaction, a mix of personal edits and a unique style.

As a producer Chris believes in constantly updating his sets whilst maintaining the vocals that the crowd know and still love. He continues to create new music and put 100% into his shows.

While the success started in 2003, almost 20 years on he’s playing more main stage shows and bigger festivals than ever!

Retro – Paul Taylor

Angels was created by clubbers for clubbers and quickly became one of the greatest icons of the Great British Northern dance scene. You came to Angels to get lost in the music.

Pre Retro time, around the mid to late 1980’s Paul Taylor had been playing underground jazz funk, Disco, Tamla Motown and northern soul from the 70’s in the club, he established a unique sound with a unique Balearic feel, right in the heart of Lancashire.

It was during the early to mid nineties when Paul started booking the new breed of DJ’s emerging, mainly from London to showcase their talents, jocks like Sasha, Carl Cox, Paul Oakenfold, Boy George, Pete Tong. It wasn’t long before Angels became the epi-centre for the new sound – house music. Even the Americans were wanting a piece of the action with people like Kevin Saunderson, Derrick Carter and Joey Beltram hitting Burnley town centre at the weekend – surreal to say the least!

Paul saw it as the logical progression and roll over from the disco era from the States with fresh new producers and song writers quickly emerging with a darker sound coming out of Europe (places like Belgium, Germany, Holland and Italy) and the UK was also producing it’s own unique brand of house.

But like everything that gains popularity quickly so does the financial aspect of it, house/dance music had in fact created it’s own monster, DJ’s became horrendously expensive and Angels, with its 1200 capacity, simply couldn’t afford the high fees and expenses, DJ’s had now become worldwide super brands in themselves. This totally went against the grain of Paul’s beliefs of his passion for dance.

In 1989 RETRO was born. He hand picked the best local talent who had  been slipping under the radar as the warm up guys. People like Markus Kaye, Rick B (local heroes) and many more were now given the chance to step up and a new wave was born. They quickly became a solid team with a great ear for good dance music.

The crowds kept coming and Angels became more iconic due to it’s unique and different approach. They were discovering their own sound but sticking with great tunes. Paul decided that too much music was being quickly forgotten in favour of the self perpetuating need for “new jocks” to try and create a the “new sound”.

He came up with the theory that so many great tunes were too quickly being shelved that he decided to dedicate Friday nights to lost gems from the great musical era that was 1985 to 1991, when hip hop and acid house was in its prime… and Retro was born,emerging from a music policy devoid of any house genres – a party in its own right.

Angels became so popular that it eventually burst leading to sellout gigs all over the country. When the monumental front doors of Angels finally closed in 1996 (blame Burnley Council) the brand had given credibility to the club classics concept. Retro then quickly made a huge impact on the Balearics, and in particular, as the big success story on the white isle during 2000, bestowed the award of “best newcomer” by Mixmag.

The Retro brand has been firmly welcomed in Ibiza since 1999 with a residency in Eden, Es Paradis and more recently took the roof off Pacha for three seasons with Paul being the main resident on the hugely popular Pacha Classics night every Sunday. During that period Pacha asked Paul to produce and compile a three CD compilation, which became the biggest selling album in Ibiza’s history and is still selling in large quantities around the world as one of the island’s musical must haves.

Paul celebrated his 60th birthday in 2017. Yes 60. We still can’t quite get our heads round it. But that doesn’t change a thing. In the words of Paul “After 40 years I’m still here doing it because I love it – music is the celebration of my soul and that is going nowhere”.



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All entry tickets include access to both stages from 6pm.

Includes RETRO after party on the main stage 12am – 2am.

EARLY BIRD…………..£35 (sold out)


GROUP OF 4……………£150


Premium ticket includes standard entry plus tipi area, private bar and luxury toilets.



Admission is not included with the below additions.

CAMPING ……………..£25

This is based on 1 camping unit.

(tent, campervan, trailer tent, motorhome) for up to 4 people.

NO electric hook up.

BELL TENT……………..£125

Each bell tent sleeps 2 in a double bed.

MAX 2 people per bell tent.

Damage deposit of £100.00 is to be paid.


Overnight parking of your vehicle. Per car.


all prices are plus a booking fee.