D Day 75 Concerts

In June 1944 the Battle of Normandy began, resulting in the Allied liberation of Western Europe from Nazi Germany’s control. Codenamed Operation Overlord, the battle began on June 6,  also known as D-Day, when some 156,000 American, British and Canadian forces landed on five beaches along a 50-mile stretch of the heavily fortified coast of France’s Normandy region.

Bomber Command’s efforts prior to, during, and immediately following D-Day played a major role.  Without the sustained attacks by Bomber Command on Hitler’s war machine, D-Day would not have taken place or, if it had been attempted, it might have been a costly failure.

To commemorate the 75th Anniversary of this turning point in the Second World War the IBCC is delighted to host a weekend of concerts

Kids Go Free!

Join the IBCC team as we commemorate D Day with stunning outdoor concerts featuring:

On Saturday 8th June – The Stars of the 40’s

Featuring tributes to the stars of a decade: Vera Lynn, George Formby, Gracie Fields, G.I. Frank Sinatra, Flanagan & Allen.  All interspersed with sketches from It Ain’t Half Hot Mum and Dad’s Army.  A fun filled evening for all the family.

On Sunday 9th June – D Day 75

We are pleased to be hosting a night of commemoration and celebration featuring the D Day Darlings, of Britain’s Got Talent and Pride of Britain fame , Military Wives Choirs and Brit-Award winning vocal group, Blake.  Flags and voices at the ready!

Thanks to all the sponsors and supporters for the events: Magna Scaffolding, North Kesteven District Council, Ruddocks, Micrometric Ltd, Colourfrog, JHWalter, Brewin Dolphin, Freedom Security, Brook and Mayo, Lincoln Hotel, South Lincs Food Service, Shooting Star PR, Marvellous Marquees, Starglaze Windows and Computanet


VIP packages for Sunday 9th June only include:

Arrival at 17.00

Exclusive VIP parking close to the Chadwick Centre and concert area

Private tour of the Memorial and Gardens

Prosecco and canape reception in the first floor suite with the stars of the show and WW2 veterans

VIP seating near to the stage