The Platinum Weekender on Friday 16th - Sunday 18th July 2021
When you have hundreds of people celebrating music & culture, the glorious UK summer weather and a team of people dedicated to delivering a unique weekender experience, would that grab your attention? The Platinum Soul & Reggae Weekender is a creation of a genre defying spectrum’s, built with honest foundations to deliver a cutting-edge music weekend experience.
he UK’s biggest celebration of Soul, Funk, Jazz, Reggae & Lovers Rock music will be held in the unspoilt sand dunes of Camber Sands, Kent. Amazing sunsets, iconic white cliffs and the infamous golden sands are just a stone throw away. Big dancehalls, outside areas and a huge range of facilities, makes this the ideal location for the Platinum Soul & Reggae Weekender.
LOSE YOURSELF IN THE MUSIC There will be 5 rooms of music throughout the weekend, each offering something spectacularly different. Headline acts and pioneers of our scene will be supported by some of the UKs must see emerging talent. Included in the package price will be event pass, entertainment, fitness schedule, and accommodation. Our social friendly program will allow you to meet new friends and create lifetime memories.
We have a low deposit payment scheme in place to secure your booking, with a simple and easy payment plan which is fully covered by our Covid-19 refund policy. BOOK NOW and be part of the biggest celebration of Soul & Reggae music for next summer!
Music Genres: Funk, Jazz, Reggae, Soul
This event has Covid secure measures in place
Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities
Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus
Tables/Booths/Seating areas are disinfected between sessions
Hand gel available on site
Track & Trace
Contactless card payments accepted
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