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Landbeach Party in the Park

Landbeach Party in the Park is back! The date is set for Saturday June 15th. As in previous years, this year Landbeach Party will be a great opportunity for family enjoyment on the Saturday afternoon from 6pm until midnight.

  • 15th June 2024 - 15th June 2024
  • 6:00 pm - 11:55 pm

This year, we have a new line up of bands entertaining us with live music including local Blues and Americana band – The Split Whiskers, and the local legends of Bangers and Mashups – The Galapagogos. The line-up additionally has rockers – Set in Stone and the headliners are the ever popular and familiar Sway AllStars.

Kids are welcome and the party has two bouncy castles. Kids can bounce unlimited and for free! Cheeky Moo is painting faces for mini party-goers and this is free of charge! For adults seeking to up spec their look to ‘festival level’, we have Glitter-Arty who will turn you and turn faces as you get your music festival vibe paint look!

Real ale fans and gin/cocktail fans will be pleased to see The Copper Tree bar and the Old Forge bar selling alcoholic and soft drink refreshments. Party goers can bring a picnic and/or they can seek their fill of food from the food trucks – Pizzamondo pizzas and Spread Your Wings (chicken wings). Later in the evening, Goofy, a Landbeach based food truck will be joining the food crew to cater for late night appetites. Throughout the evening, hot drinks and crepes are available from Toco Coffee Company and for those with a cold, sweet tooth, there’s Jack’s Gelato ice creams!

Party goers can bring picnic rugs and furniture and for those seeking shelter and a base, a gazebo plot can be reserved. We hope to see you at the party!

Tickets £30 adult, £10 under 16s and under 3s go free, Gazebo spot £50. All from https://pitp.landbeach.org.uk/

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  • Bar
  • Car Parking
  • Disabled Accessibility

Accessibility Facilities

  • Mostly flat terrain
  • Staff available to assist

Did you know?

One of Cambridge University’s most famous traditions is May Week, which actually takes place in early June. Heralding the end of the academic year, it’s a time when students enjoy lavish balls and garden parties before dispersing for the summer.