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Jungle Splash '90s Jungle vs 80s Reggae' All Dayer on Sunday 22nd November 2020
Please note, this event has been postponed until 20th Dec 2020.
Please be aware that our event on the 22.11.2020 has now been postponed to 20th December 2020 due to the government's new covid-19 lockdown rules until 02.12.2020.
For those who have purchased their tickets they will be still valid for the 20th December 2020. Those who wish to receive a refund please contact email@example.com and request your refund.
With a wicked line up of Dj/Mc headliners n local up n coming talent… Our ethos is to put on great parties n held sum legendary one’s n although we all find ourselves in these new ways of enjoying our musical experience… Come n join us for our 1st social distance event and recieve a free drink when you arrive by 1.30pm....
6pm - 10pm Jungle Line Up
Hosted by Mc Shabba / Mc Det /Five O/ Shockin B
2pm - 6pm Reggae Line Up
Aba Shanti I
Daddy Nature Rompas Reggae Shack
Hosted by Professor Natti
12pm - 2pm Students Crew Hosted by Malik Newman
(More to be announced)
In line with current COVID rules all bookings will be designated with a set table/area of up to 6 people. The cover for this is per head for your full table assuming your table is full capacity and includes entry, reserved table, DJ and access to our bars and food traders.
Please aim to arrive by the beginning of your booked session. We will hold your table for a maximum of 30 minutes. If you are running late, please notify us via firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate you. If we do not hear from you within 30 minutes we may sell your space.
12pm - 10pm
Music Genres: Jungle, Reggae
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