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GO: THE LIMIT: ABBEY HAILS PARTY; IT'S ALL BOOM AS COOMBE GOES POP BIG STYLE.

Byline: Dayle Crutchlow

POP comes to town this weekend ... and how.

The Coventry Youth Festival at Coombe Abbey tomorrow boasts a line-up of some of pop music's biggest names - a veritable teeny-boppers paradise.

There are giants like Liberty X, Blazin' Squad as well as the likesof One True Voice, former N-Trance singer Kelly Lorena, boy band Triple 8, Skye and 3D and late additions Lemonescent.

Hell, it's like a Radio One One Big Sunday, except on a Saturday.

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ON THE BILL: Liberty X (top), One True Voice (left) and Blazin' Squad (above) will all be performing at Coombe Abbey Country Park tomorrow
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jul 25, 2003
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