The Gliderdrome Boston Live Entertainment Venue

The Gliderdrome was built in the early 1960’s as a dance hall and live entertainment venue. It hosted the biggest names in the music industry from Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Otis Redding and T.Rex to name just a few.

There are not many dance halls like The Gliderdrome still in existence today.

The big stage, the big dance floor, it's all just as it was back in the 60’s.

It is a truly iconic place. You can feel the nostalgia from those heady days of the 60’s and 70’s.

For people who are not keen on dancing all night there’s a balcony around 3 sides of the room that will seat well over 200 people. From the balcony you get a really good view of the stage and dance floor, where you can sit and have a drink from our licenced bars and watch the brilliant live entertainment.

If you’ve never been to the Gliderdrome please come along and soak up the same atmosphere that so many people experienced all those years ago.

We are putting on shows/dances once a month with top class entertainment and you will not find better value anywhere in Lincolnshire.

The Gliderdrome is NOT a night club, it's a DANCE HALL. Seating for over 1000 people and a HUGE dance floor. Live entertainment and disco. Themed nights eg: Motown & Soul, 60's night, Northen Soul night. etc.......


This has got to be the ultimate soul night out with NOT ONE, BUT TWO of the country's top soul bands playing.


Headlining the evening are local band The Soft Tone Needles, plying their trade as they do best with the best of monster Northern Soul hits... supported by the fantastic Motor City Vipers who will have you dancing to Motown & Northern Soul classics... both bands promising to fill the dancefloor all night long!


Tickets £10 in advance, or £12 on the door from:

VENUE: Call Steve Greenough on 07741 000721

NEEDLES: Call Dave Jackson on 07771 538517

VIPERS: Call Andy Stuffins on 07801 024791

(ask Andy about bus tickets from Peterborough, Whittlesey & Thorney @ £8 each)












Tickets £10 available from:

The Gliderdrome Spain Place

Burgess, Thompson & Richardson (Opposite Wetherspoons High St Boston)

Chris Cook Print 74 Main Ridge East

£12 on the door

Tickets available by post

Please send a stamped addressed envelope to The Gliderdrome Spain Place Boston PE21 6HN stating which event you require tickets for. Cheques made payable to The Gliderdrome



Liam Madison a talented singer/songwriter from the age of 17 he fronted a Youth Orchestra with

which he went on to play sell out theatre shows a tour of spain and gigs attracting crowds of over 10,000 people.

Moving forward Liam landed the opportunity to head over to LA to work with a successful producer which is where he truly discovered his song writing abilities.

Upon returning to the UK he auditioned band members and went on to gig across the country, including X-Fest and dates supporting the Californian pop group ‘Army of Freshmen’ and channel 4 talent show winners 'Envy and Other Sins'. Then he went on to play a live session on MTV and made a guest appearance in the music video 'Come To Me' for singer/songwriter 'Danyka' out in Canada.


For the last 4 years Liam fronted the talented rock band ‘Madison State’ where writing songs, singing, and performing was a regular occurrence. This saw the bands completion of their debut album ‘All New Reality’.


Most recently Liam has started a solo project working on a totally new mainstream and more commercial sound with a wide range of Influences his plan is to combine elements of each to sculpt his own unique sound which will appeal to the masses.


You can find Liam performing up and down the country and sometimes over seas.



Entertaining crowds with a wide range of cover songs & plus all his own material, from small venues


to venues on a much larger scale Liam Madison is certainly one act you don't want to miss!!




Jimmy James & Vagabonds

Jimmy James (born Michael James, 13 September 1940, Jamaica)Jimmy James is a soul music singer, known for songs like Come To Me Softly, Now Is the Time and I'll Go Where the Music Takes Me. Not forgetting his classic A Man Like Me


The Vagabonds were originally formed in 1960. Later, James, already a successful solo artist in Jamaica, teamed up with them and in April 1964, they relocated to the UK. "Ska Time" (Decca Records) was recorded within two weeks of their arrival, and is one of the first examples of Jamaican ska music to be recorded in the UK. In 1965 they undertook more gigs and recordings in Hungary, organised as part of a cultural exchange programme, with The Vagabonds being one of the few Western European bands ever to play in the former communist state. Also in 1965, Jimmy James and the Vagabonds supported The Who at the Marquee Club in London.


They signed a recording contract with Pye Records and released their best known studio album, The New Religion in 1966. The band also played as support for The Who, and Sonny & Cher, Rod Stewart (who was also on Pye Records at the time), and The Rolling Stones. The band often used the Abbey Road Studios, once being there at the same time as The Beatles were recording. Their live performance was captured in the album, Live at the Marquee, also featuring The Alan Bown Set. Jimmy James and the Vagabonds were labelmates and rivals of Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band.







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