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Festival Dates -

Friday 1st , Saturday 2nd, Sunday 3rd May 2015


Next years Festival is ON





This year's Festival took place over the May Bank Holiday Weekend, starting on Friday 2nd May. Gates opened as usual at 6pm. Stuff went on until 11pm. Saturday the 3rd May saw the gates open at 10am and the same on Sunday 4th May with a full programme of arena events, for more details of what went on CLICK HERE.




Once again we had huge crowds attending over the weekend, both bikers and holiday makers alike. For an idea of what went on last year visit the gallery section to view some of last years festival photos. This years photos will appear after the event


Entry on to the green is free however we ask for a donation to park your bike on the sea front. £2 on the Friday, £5 on the Saturday and £4 on Sunday a weekend pass was £8

That is a full weekends parking for £8 right in the heart of the festival and remember it ALL goes to charity


In the past a few riders have raised an eyebrow regarding the cost of entry, this allows you to park up on Esplanade Road in the middle of the event. In adition It must be remembered that every penny donated by bikers goes to charity, none of it is used to run the event, so just feel good about yourselves and the fact that you are giving to charity, which includes the Air Ambulance that is used for so many serious bike incidents. We hope to see you at this years Festival, if the last few years is anything to go by then you should enjoy it






  Photo by Simon Burt   Photo by Simon Burt  


For 2014 ~ However you are thinking of coming, either by bike with your mates or your other half as pilion, or by car with the family take a second to look at the map below which gives routes in and places to park your car.

We are really looking forward to seeing you next year, and hope you enjoy the festival.

  With thanks to Gambi81, who with the assistance of James posted the above on You Tube and have allowed us to use it. (Next year we'll get around to doing our own)  


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