Reviews of Rock The Mote
The exciting festival returns to Maidstone's Mote Park on Saturday 1st August 2020, featuring some of the UK's best tribute performances, celebrating artists from both past and present.
Rock The Mote will be the next best thing to the original artists at a fraction of the cost, with stadium staging, sound, light and production - a day not to be missed.
Not only will the event see headline performances from ### but there will also be an abundance of talent from more of country's best tribute acts to be announced, as well as DJ performances, a beer, cider and ale village, street food, cocktail vendors and fairground rides.
Disabled Access Information
We are committed to ensuring that disabled festival-goers can enjoy their time at Rock The Mote.
• Free Carer/Assistant ticket (one per application).
Please email to arrange disability access/your free carer ticket once you have purchased your event ticket. Please note we will require proof of disability.
Please send the following information to: email@example.com
• Your full name and ticket reference number (located near barcode).
• Photos/scans of the following documents; DLA Letter OR Letter from doctor confirming need for assistance.
You will receive further details shortly when we have processed your application.
There is disabled parking at Mote Park, however this is not controlled by us and is controlled by Maidstone Borough Council. This means that we cannot guarantee you a parking space within the disabled parking bays because we do not control the flow into this particular car park.
Carer Info -
ARE THERE TICKETS FOR THE DISABLED?
Yes, disabled customers are required to purchase a ticket and then send the confirmation, as well as a photo/copy of their DLA/PIP letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then process the documents and provide them with a carer ticket free of charge.
WILL THERE BE DISABLED TOILETS?
Yes, there will be numerous disabled toilets on site.
WHAT IS ACCESSIBILITY LIKE?
The event is fully wheelchair accessible, with a separate entrance from our disabled parking area.
WILL THERE BE A DISABLED VIEWING AREA?
Yes, there will be a disabled viewing area at the front of stage. To gain access to this, please speak to the member of security staff at the entrance to the viewing area.
Please note, this area can get quite loud, so please consider bringing earplugs or other hearing protection.
IS THERE DISABLED PARKING?
Yes, disabled customers will still be required to purchase a parking ticket from however when you arrive please show both your blue badge and parking ticket. You will then be directed to the disabled section of the car park to make it easier for you to access the site.
To see this year's full lineup, please use the link below