Beano on the Sea

Friday 8th September 2017

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A spectacular open air venue on the sea, like minded folk and best of all... quality sights and sounds. That's what the Beano On The Sea is all about. Come together and enjoy ten bands over three days where it's less 'X Factor' more 'feel good factor'!

The first announcement of bands is a roll call of artists who are still going strong and have years of big festival experience with top ten hits and massive selling albums to call on. The beauty of this 'boutique' event is they're playing one after another on the same stage where the English Channel is the backdrop and sing-a-longs are the soundtrack. Forget the wellies and traipsing through fields of mud and huge crowds to see your favourite bands. This will be up close and personal in a unique sitting, turned into an intimate musical playground.

The weekend wristband will also enable exclusive entrance to pre/post show events in Hastings over the whole weekend. From celebrity DJ sets to performances from up and coming bands there will be more on the menu than the goings on at the pier!


Disabled Access Information

There are no separate disabled tickets for the festival. However, people with a registered disability who provide a valid DLA certificate are entitled to a free carer ticket, if a carer is needed. 

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