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Top DJs and fancy dress confirmed for Convention 2018

Top DJs and fancy dress confirmed for Convention 2018

Scott Mills and Chris Stark from BBC Radio 1 have confirmed they will play the Saturday night at Annual Convention 2018 when 5,000 young farmers will be glowing in the dark in their fancy dress outfits!

The famous duo, who are both NFYFC Ambassadors, will be hitting the decks at Convention for the fourth time (five for Chris) and it will be the third time they have played together in Blackpool for YFC crowds.

The fancy dress theme was chosen by YFC members in an online poll and Glow in the Dark was the clear winner out of this year’s three choices. YFC members will now be coming up with creative ideas on how their costumes can ‘light-up’ Convention.  

The fancy dress night is one of the most popular events over the weekend (4-6 May) and Events and Marketing Steering Group Chairman Katie Hall said it was amazing to have the boys back again. 

“Scott and Chris have consistently been rated highly by YFC members in our post-Convention surveys – they always deliver a great set and have fun with the crowd. They understand Young Farmers and what we like, so everyone on the Events and Marketing Steering Group agreed it would be great to have them back. We’re so pleased they agreed to join us again!”

Two more exciting DJs are set to be announced for the Friday and Sunday nights at Convention, along with a list of live bands and fun daytime entertainment.

NFYFC will be announcing Convention news over the next few weeks on social media so look out for the updates or keep checking this website.

To buy tickets, find out more information here.

Glow in the Dark fancy dress theme

Glow in the Dark fancy dress theme

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