SOUL legends The Drifters are going back on tour to perform all their classic hits from the past six decades.

Following the phenomenal success of their 65th anniversary tour this year, the group have added further live shows for 2019, including one night only at Parr Hall on October 20.

The legendary group has previously been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, been listed among the greatest artists of all time by Rolling Stone magazine and has produced an incredible list of hits, including Saturday Night at the Movies, Come on Over to My Place, Stand by Me, Under the Boardwalk and many more.

The new tour’s line-up has been hand-picked by Tina Treadwell, whose father George Treadwell started the group with Clyde McPhatter and brought in several greats thereafter such as Johnny Moore and Ben E. King.

Her mother Faye was later responsible for bringing the group to the UK and overseeing hits such as You’re More Than a Number and Kissin’ in the Back Row.

After the death of her parents, it was down to Tina to continue the legacy of The Drifters name.

Tina, who previously worked for Disney as an executive producer and casting director, said: “I am very excited that following our 65th anniversary year we have a new show for the fans who we invite to join us in celebrating the incredible and everlasting story of The Drifters.”

n The Drifters will be at Parr Hall on October 20, 2019. Visit for tickets