No tickets available at present for Southend Relay Summer Festival through Skiddle.
Children under 12 attend for FREE throughout the weekend (all youths under the age of 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult).
All ticket purchases are final and no refunds are available as all proceeds are donations to Cancer Research UK.
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Can I bring in my own food and drink?
No, all food and drink must be bought on site (with the exception of baby food and milk). Our food venders and bar will provide food and drink to suit most dietary requirements. If you have complex dietary needs, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I bring pets?
Dogs are allowed, provided they are family friendly and they must remain on a lead and waste controlled.
What are the festival's hours?
Saturday 28th of July
Gates open at 11:00
Last orders at 23:00
Where does the Southend Relay Summer Festival take place?
Southend Leisure & Tennis Centre Athletics Arena
The festival takes place a few miles from the centre of Southend and can be reached by the A127 from Jct 29 of the M25 or by train to Southend Victoria or Southend Central. We are a short taxi ride away from the Stations, Town Centre and the Beach. Southend Airport is also close by.
Is there parking at the festival?
Yes, we have plenty of parking on site.
Do you offer disabled access?
Yes, we provide disabled toilets and disabled parking
Be aware that the Southend Relay Summer Festival is held outdoors partially on a flat grassy field, which may be uneven or muddy.
Describe your security.
We take your safety very seriously. Our security team may search your bag(s), clothing, pushchairs and vehicles on arrival and re-entry. Any items which the organisers or security consider may be used in an illegal or offensive manner will be immediately confiscated; e.g., weapons or drugs. Banned items include fireworks, drones, Chinese lanterns, LED pointers, or any items that make loud noises or create bright or flashing lights. The Festival organising committee and its designated security team reserve the right to refuse admission or ask individuals to leave and not return to the premises.
Is there a campsite?
Southend Relay Festival is part of Southend Relay For Life which is a 24hr fundraising event, camping is permitted to those participating in Relay For Life but festival ticket holders are not permitted to camp. If you wish to join in with Relay For Life you may by visiting www.cruk.org/relay however you will be expected to fundraise at least £200 per team member and a minimum overall fundraising of £1000 per team in advance of the event.