1960s Evening

Saturday 29 June 7pm-10.30pm

Adult £18.50
Child (3-15 years) £15
Essential carer £9.25

Black Country Living Museum is your ticket to step back in time to the Swinging Sixties!

Join us for an evening of live bands playing all your favourite 1960s tunes, far out fashion, happening hot-rods and delicious chow as we dance the night away on our new 1940-1960s high street.

Whether you’re a mod, a rocker, or a bit of a square, this shindig’s got the full monty.

Book your tickets today. It promises to be a gas.

Two women in 1960s outfits stand in Stanton's Music Shop looking at a record. There is a costumed character dressed in a suit and hat behind the counter.

Weekend activity

Stay in the Sixties on Sunday 30 June, with daytime activity including hairdressing, flash mobs, dance classes, a steel pan band and DJs.

Meet our Headline Acts

The Beatles tribute act 'Love The Beatles' performing on stage

Love the beatles

Experience the iconic sounds that defined a generation as the Fab Four returns to the stage. 

From the iconic mop-top haircuts to the perfectly synchronized harmonies, Love The Beatles captures the essence of the Fab Four that will transport you to the heights of Beatlemania.

Whether you’re a lifelong fan or a newcomer to the world of the Beatles, Love The Beatles will leave you spellbound and craving for more.

JudyD headshot

JudyD & Friends Presents….Respect to the Divas.

Inspired by iconic girl groups and singers of the 60’s such as The Ronettes, The Shirelles, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Dionne Warwick, Diana Ross and The Supremes, Dusty Springfield, and many more.

Singer JudyD, an established UK performer, studio session vocalist, songwriter and founder/lead singer of international Soul band, Nu Soul Generation, brings her singers as a trio to take you on a musical journey through the sparkling 60s when radio was dominated by nostalgic R&B, Motown, colour and groovy sounds that make this decade so musically spectacular – get ready to shake those hips.

The AC30's

The AC30’s are a 7 piece experienced band based in the Midlands, playing original Jamaican Ska, Rocksteady and Reggae.

Members of the band have separately recorded and played live with Ken Boothe, Jimmy Cliff, Wyclef Jean, Black Uhuru, Bad Manners, the UB40 brass section and The Beat Ft Rankin Rogers to name a few. 

Whether you are a hardened 2-Tone fan, Reggae lover or into the old Rocksteady beats of Jamaica, the AC30’s are proven to cover them all and keep everyone happy. 

Musician Rai Reid sitting on a bench

Rai Reid

Rai Reid was born in Birmingham and she has been writing poetry since she can remember. Her love of the written word within a musical composition has served as her main inspiration to bring her poetry to lyrical format.

She has worked with various producers over the years for private projects and has been in countless musical theatre shows at the Hippodrome, The Rep Theatre and more.

DJ Mazzy Snape & Ed Edwards

Are you ready to twist and shout the night away? Then grab your go-go boots and get ready to party like it’s 1969 with two of The Night Owl’s resident DJs Mazzy Snape & Ed Edwards who will be spinning the hottest hits from the decade.

Whether you’re a tie-dyed bohemian flower child or a sharply dressed mod, Their groovy tunes will have everyone dancing.

Performer Dahliah Rivers in a colourful 1960s outfit.

Dahliah Rivers

Dahliah Rivers is Birmingham’s answer to Barbra Streisand (call her babs!), she combines the glitz and glamour that comes with drag and sharp wit to keep audiences on their feet and wowed! Expect live vocals, tongue in cheek comedy and a gorgeous woman!

Lola Lamour wearing a dress and sat on a chair in front of a backdrop

Lola Lamour

Lola Lamour is a reminder that they don’t make them like they used to!

Lola transports her audiences to a bygone age when big band music dominated the musical landscape, and brings the spirit of those party years into the modern world.

Get inspired

Beatnik

Hippy

Space Age

Mod

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