We Are 500 – 5th September – 4th October 2020
A brand new COVID safe event series, taking place over 5 weeks at Damnys Hall Aerodrome in Upminster, Essex. The line up includes big hitters such as Chase & Status, Andy C and Patrick Topping.
Picnic In The Park – 24th September – 27th September 2020
When Rick Astley realised he couldn’t make the new dates for Pub in the Park next May in Marlow, he made an amazing offer to avoid disappointing his fans: "Build me a small socially distanced theatre and I’ll perform twice on the same day!"
How could the organisers refuse a legend? So, the Pub in the Park team designed an innovative, socially distanced outdoor theatre space and that’s how Picnic in the Park was invented - Pub in the Park’s small socially distanced cousin; a mini festival of comedy nights and live music featuring big names, but not many tickets.
Chef Tom Kerridge says, “We are so incredibly grateful to Rick. What a legend offering to perform not once but twice to accommodate his fans! He has inspired us to do more and we really hope you can join us. The line-up of live comedy and music we have managed to secure for the rest of the weekend is sure to keep the Marlow folks entertained.’’
Parklife – 12th – 13th June 2021
Returning to Heaton Park next year, registration for tickets is now open.
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Latitude – 22nd – 25th July 2021
Latitude festival is an incredible weekend encompassing a huge selection of carefully chosen musicians and an extremely varied arts programme. So far Bastille and Lewis Capaldi have been announced as headliners for 2021, alongside Snow Patrol.
The infamous Reading & Leeds Festival is heralded as one of the best music shows around. With the most revered artists from across the globe playing each year across the August Bank Holiday weekend, it is a genuine rite of passage for discerning music lovers everywhere. Headliners announced so far this year include Stormzy, Lewis Capaldi and AJ Tracey.
Gala – 29th – 30th May 2021
Independent South London day festival nestled away in a woodland corner of Peckham Rye Park.