Tony Hadley
Tony Hadley

​Music fans can head back 30 years to the 1980s at Lincoln Castle this weekend with three musical giants from the decade.

Icons Of The 80s takes place at the castle on Saturday night.

Gates open at 6pm.

It features Go West, T’Pau and Tony Hadley, who will be providing plenty of nostalgia with all their biggest hits.

Go West is pop duo Peter Cox and Richard Drummie.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of their first hit single — We Close Our Eyes.

They were named best British newcomer at the 1986 Brit Awards.

They had several hits during the 1980s and early 1990s, including Call Me, Goodbye Girl, Don’t Look Down, Faithful and the hit theme song in the film Pretty Woman, King of Wishful Thinking.

Pop group T’Pau is also celebrating an anniversary this year.

Again, it is 30 years since their biggest hit, China In Your Hand, was at number one.

The band, fronted by Carol Decker, was formed in 1986.

Their first hit was Heart And Soul the following year, which went to number four in the UK charts.

That was followed by China In Your Hand, which went to number one across Europe, including for five weeks in the UK.

T’Pau’s other hits include Valentine, I Will Be With You, Secret Garden and Whenever You Need Me.

Tony Hadley fronted the Newark Festival line-up two years ago.

The former Spandau Ballet frontman, who performed on Band Aid’s Do They Know It’s Christmas and at Live Aid, recently announced he had again left the New Romantic band after a short-lasted reunion.

He now performs around the country as a solo star.

He sings a host of Spandau Ballet hits, including Gold, True, and Through The Barricades as well as other classics.

Icons Of The 80s is organised by Live Promotions Concerts, which was behind the sold-out Billy Ocean and Heather Small gig at the same venue in June.

They have been presenting concerts in historic settings, such as Burghley House, for more than five years.

The public are welcome to take picnics to Saturday night’s concert.

For more information visit the Lincoln Castle website.