‘Abstract Stones’
Posted April 26, 2019
Mary J. Blige
Posted April 18, 2019
Grand National 2019
Posted April 4, 2019
New Jim Cregan book out in June
Posted February 6, 2019
New projects for Original RSG members
Posted January 31, 2019

April 2, 2018

SMILER is pleased to announce TARTAN 2018

See you all in Stoke-On-Trent

posted by Mike Walton

For the first time ever SMILER 'TARTAN' is coming to Stoke -On -Trent and bringing with us some very special were blown away by them playing a short set at last years TARTAN, so back by popular demand direct from The Netherlands the superb Rod and The Faces tribute....Nod Stewart and The Faces will play a full set of Rod and Faces numbers in all their glory.

TARTAN 2018 will take place on Saturday, 22nd September at The Regent Theatre Piano Bar, Bagnall Street, Stoke- On-Trent, ST1 3AD. Doors open at 6pm till 2am. Ticket Price is £25 and can be purchased through our SMILER Rod Stewart Fan Club's website. Tickets are non-transferable without team consent.They will be on sale from Tuesday 3rd April

Not only will you hear Rod's hits by our amazing band, but once again the fantastic TARTAN DJ 'Pete the Red ' will be playing wall to wall Rod music and we will also have special invited guests.

Once again there will be fantastic prizes to raffle and auction, many signed by Rod himself and this years charity is ALICE, a local charity supporting families on low income.


Extra info to help members get the most out of TARTAN 2018

Hotel deal for Weekend

60 Rooms being held for SMILER members

Quality Hotel Stoke

66 Trinity Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 5NB

In walking distance of venue

Password “Blood Red Roses”

Maps of venue to hotel will sent out with tickets

To book rooms held for SMILER please e.mail with you name requirements and card details, if you are worried about sending card details she will ring you back instead.


Alice Charity

Latest statistics state that 17% of all children living in Newcastle-Under-Lyme and 25% of all children living in Stoke-On-Trent reside in low income families. It is widely acknowledged that a childhood spent in poverty adversely impacts education, occupation, income and ill health. Alice Charity’s vision is to help these vulnerable families by providing an accessible service ensuring those most in need build confidence, take control and find purpose.

Not everyone’s family is as fortunate as yours so our mandate is to transform families, empowering those most in need to improve their own circumstances for

Tickets on sale Tuesday 3rd April

© 2019 SMILER Magazine

  Site map

  Music Search
Song title
Album title

  Site Search
Enter keyword
  ^ TOP