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Special guests to "Funk It Up" at this year's Phoenix Festival

Where: Abbey Grounds, Cirencester

When: Saturday & Sunday, August 29-30

The Phoenix Festival is excited to announce that Robbie Glenn, the UKs best Bruno Mars Tribute Act, is to top the line-up as special guests on Saturday, August 29. So get ready for some "Uptown Funk"!

Bruno Mars Tribute Act - Robbie Glenn has supported many a famous name including Lemar and the Cheeky Girls and performs regularly at Parties in the Park and other venues all over the country.

Robbie made it through to bootcamp twice on The X Factor and is a very talented entertainer.

He has the moves, the voice and the style and will be performing all the smash hits such as Uptown Funk, Marry You, The Lazy Song, Locked Out Of Heaven, When I Was Your Man, Dance With Me Tonight and many, many more.

A spokesperson from Bruno Mars Tribute Act - Robbie Glen said: "We are so looking forward to giving you a show to remember and bringing a wide range of Bruno's musical styles to the Phoenix Festival"

Robbie and his five-piece band guarantee to deliver an explosive and authentic performance that always leaves the crowds wanting more.

Phoenix Festival organisers will announce other acts in the coming weeks.

The Phoenix Festival takes place on Saturday, August 29, and Sunday, August 30, in the Abbey Grounds, Cirencester.

Any artists, bands, dance troupes, DJs or choirs etc. who are located in the Cirencester area that want to perform at the 2020 Phoenix Festival should get in touch and apply via the Phoenix Festival website.

And to help keep the festival free, any offers of in-kind, financial, or volunteer support are always gratefully received.

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