The 32nd Annual Rockers Reunion Winter Party

Willie and Ian are pleased to announce that the 32nd Rockers Reunion piss up will take place at Rivermead Leisure Complex, Richfield Avenue, Reading on:

Saturday 24th January 2015 from 5pm to 1am


CRAZY CAVAN AND THE RHYTHM ROCKERS are now as much a part of Rockers Reunion as the real ale and the Sunday morning hangover.. Those crazy Welsh teddy boys will close our show yet again.

JOHNNIE FOX AND THE HUNTERS will add a touch of class and sophistication to the proceedings. The bad boy is always a popular addition to the bill.

The vocal groups were always a big part of rock 'n' roll and for the first time at Rockers Reunion we present the very best of doo wop, from THE ROOMATES.

LIVESTOCK DAVIES AND THE LOWDOWN SNAKES will be travelling from Wales to make their Rockers Reunion debut, while our opening band, THE RIVER BOYS are a rockin' trio from East Sussex with a big future in front of them.


All your favourite stalls will be in attendance, so if you need Fifties clothes, DVD's, records, tee shirts, badges or even a new tattoo, there will be plenty to keep you occupied. Our friends from the 59 Club will be in their usual spot near to the barl

Tickets are now on sale at £25 in advance or £29 if purchased on the day of the event. We strongly advise you to secure your tickets quickly to avoid disappointment. Cheques or postal orders should be made out to Dixie Fried Music and sent with a stamped self-addressed envelope to:-

Ian Wallis, 111 Worlds End Lane, Orpington, Kent BR6 6AW - callers are welcome between 9 am and 5 pm Mondays - Fridays or telephone 01689 860980

Or at any rock 'n' roll venue from WILD CAT PETE 01494 672605

Credit card purchases (subject to a £2 booking fee) can be made from VIV BRITTAN on 01772 761522

Stall enquiries should directed to WILD WILLIE JEFFERY or VARICK JEFFERY on 01883 714289


The world remains a deeply troubled place. They say that the economy is improving but many people are still struggling to just get through each week with enough cash left for a few beers on a Saturday night. Everything seems to become more of an effort than it used to be and very few things stay the same.
There is however one small ray of sunshine on the horizon, because for one night only you will be able to put all your cares aside and transport yourself to Reading where nothing changes. You will be able to enjoy a greatnight of live rock 'n'roll music with friends old and new, as well as large quantities of real ale and an unbeatable atmosphere.

So get yourself down to the Rivermead on24th January because it will almost certainly be...


Ian & Willie