The excitement is mounting with only 12 days to go until the Legends concert at New Road starring UB40 and Lulu – and Early Bird tickets are still available!

Tickets currently costs just £45 for this 12 hour event on Saturday, September 10 which also features the Lighthouse Family, M People, Alexander O'Neal and the Real Thing before they increase in price on the day of the concert.

But also offering superb value is a Family Ticket with two adults and two children aged Under-12 able to attend for £80.

And bulk buying is also an attractive commodity with 10 tickets able to be purchased for the price of eight.

All can be purchased via the Worcestershire CCC official website – and for an extra £10, children will be able to play all day long in a massive inflatable land containing 15 rides.

The County are also mindful of providing real value for money via the various drink and food outlets with lager, bitter and cider £4 a pint and all food options also costing £4.

Worcestershire General Manager Jon Graham said: "Ticket sales are looking great. We are really pleased. We've hit the target we wanted to get to in terms of tickets sold.

"We are really chuffed we have gone beyond that. It is going to be busy. The forecast is looking great. We've really hit the advertising hard not just in Worcestershire but the surrounding areas and we are expecting a bumper crowd.

"But this is just a reminder that we are coming to the end of the school holidays, the kids are back at school soon and this is something to look forward to.

"The Early Bird tickets remain available at £45 and we've got offers on bulk buying and also a family ticket is available before the prices go up on the day of the concert.

"We've got an unbelievable inflatable land for the kids and that is just £10 for all day. It is amazing.

"The lager, bitter and cider will be £4 a pint from the outlets and all the food options are £4. Everything we do is what this club is about, very good quality service and value for money. That is what we are about.

"The message is 'the fun doesn't need to stop here.' We've had a great summer and we can extend that a little bit further on September 10.

"The artists are really looking forward to coming to what is an iconic venue. It is not an empty field somewhere. This is the proper deal and they understand that."