The ultimate tribute show comes to Yorkshire

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The ultimate tribute show comes to Yorkshire this month when London based Trembling Wilburys appear with their uncanny lookalikes of George Harrison and Roy Orbison.

The Bootleg Festival takes place at The Venue Birdwell, midway between Barnsley and Sheffield, on Saturday, April 19.

The show will kick off with a Roy Orbison tribute with the amazing George Harrison ‘doppleganger’ joining for the second half with all the ‘George’ Beatle hits and the Travelling Wilburys tunes.

Bootleg Festival is the fourth in a series of budget-priced, mega-shows - giving all the benefits of a festival without the mud and high costs.

The event effectively brings the festival to the local audience.

Bootleg Festival organiser Steve Foley is a former musician/songwriter who started Smile Studio in his basement in Manchester which he developed into a 24 track studio where he produced over 200 records during the period 1975-1982.

Tickets are priced at £8 or £10 on the door and can be booked direct from the club or online at http://www.BootlegFestival.co.uk