AN ELECTRONIC dance music group will perform at a holiday park in Rhyl as part of their celebratory year. 

Lyons Holiday Parks is marking their 100 year anniversary.

Ultrabeat will be making themselves heard at Lyons Robin Hood Holiday Park Rhyl, on Rhyl Coast Road, on March 30 from 1.30pm. 

Ultrabeat first emerged with their single 'Pretty Green Eyes', which peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart in August 2003. They also have hits such as 'Elysium' and 'Feelin’ Fine'.

The event is for holiday guests and owners. 

A spokesperson for Lyons Holiday Parks, which has 20 holiday parks across North and Mid Wales and Cumbria, said: "Our 100 year celebratory events will takes place across 10 parks throughout the year, adorned with colour, a buzz of excitement, creating a festive atmosphere.

"Enjoy the sounds of a lively DJ spinning tunes that span the decades, from swing to contemporary hits, invoking nostalgia and excitement for the milestone celebration, plus a host of star acts, from one of the biggest selling UK dance acts of the 90’s: N-Trance, British electronic dance music group Ultrabeat from Liverpool, Heart radio club classics with Toby Anstis, international DJ and Producer DJ Blighty, to X Factor winners, R&B GROUP, Rak-Su.

"Throughout the events, attendees can enjoy a variety of entertainment, from professional dancers leading party dances, encouraging everyone to join in and celebrate together.


"For families, there's a dedicated area filled with interactive entertainment and activities. Meet the Beach Buddies as they roam the grounds, delighting children and posing for photos. Face painters, balloon artists, and circus performers will captivate audiences of all ages with their talents."

Lyons is opening their new Marian Resort and Spa in Dyserth in April. The resort features 80 lodges. 

The Marian Resort and Spa has been named after the Marian Mills of Dyserth.

Guests will have unlimited access to entertainment and the health and leisure club.