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Love Island star Adam is coming to Colchester

PUBLISHED: 08:54 01 August 2018 | UPDATED: 08:54 01 August 2018

Adam Collard Love Island Picture: ITV

Adam Collard Love Island Picture: ITV


Love Island heart-breaker Adam Collard is set to visit Essex this weekend.

The 22-year-old, who coupled up with four girls during his time in the villa, will be doing a meet and greet at ATIK in Colchester.

The Geordie lad will be at the nightclub this Saturday, August 4.

On the night there will be four different rooms playing a range of music from commercial chart and dance anthems, party classic, and urban and RnB tunes.

The event will run from 9.30pm until 3.30am - entry is free before 11pm.

Please note you must be 18 to attend this event and must follow the dress code.

The dress code states no sports trainers or logos, Vans and Converse are allowed but they need to be brand new.

Tickets are available on the ATIK website.

Adam isn’t the only Love Island contestant set to visit our region, this year’s Love Island winner Jack Fincham and third place finalist Josh Denzel will be making their way to Ipswich.

Read more: Two Love Islanders are due to visit Ipswich

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