Back 2 Festival proudly presents:
UB40 feat. Ali Campbell
Reggae-pop trailblazers UB40 feat. Ali Campbell will be performing at Catton Park, South Derbyshire.
The Birmingham born band were formed in 1978. Over their first three decades, UB40 sold more than 70 million records and toured their smooth sound all around the globe. Among the accolades, the band was nominated for the BRIT Award for Best British Group in 1984 and the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album four times between 1987 and 2006.
Reggae master David Rodigan will be supporting UB40 feat. Ali Campbell in memory of Astro at Catton Park this Summer.
David "Ram Jam" Rodigan MBE is no stranger to Reggae dance halls boasting of an impressive career spanning 50+ years. As well as a touring DJ, he has played on radio stations including Radio London, Capital 95.8, Kiss 100, BBC Radio 1Xtra, BBC Radio 2 and BFBS Radio.
Toploader (formed in 1997) is an English alternative rock band who have amassed album sales of over two million, aided by the infectious single “Dancing in the Moonlight”, hailing from Eastbourne, England, UK.
This event is part of the Back 2 Festival. The concert will be hosted on the beautiful ground of Catton Hall, in Derbyshire, on a large-scale open-air festival stage. Expect a full-scale festival quality show with amazing sound and lights! This will be part of the festival's Sunday program. More details can be found at www.back2festivals.co.uk You will have full access to all the other stages and the attractions at the festival during your visit.
FAQ'S / EVENT INFO
Car Park - £5
Q. Can I camp?
There is no camping at this event.
Q. Can I bring a picnic into the event arena?
No, unfortunately NO FOOD OR DRINK CAN BE TAKEN INTO THE EVENT ARENA. With the exception of sealed bottles of WATER and baby food.
Q. Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
There is no age limit to the festival, however you will require a form of ID to purchase alcohol if you look under 25. Anyone under 18 needs to be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Q. Can I bring my own alcohol.
No. No alcohol can be brought on site at all. Searches will take place on the gate and alcohol will be confiscated. However, we do have a fully licensed bar on site.
Q. Is there a charge for the car park?
Yes, there is a £5 charge for the car park for the day. This is payable on arrival. (Cash only)
Q. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, tickets can be downloaded onto any smartphone using the Eventbrite App, however tickets can be printed out if you do not have a smartphone.
Q. What is the refund policy?
If you want to protect your booking you can add ticket protection during the checkout process. If you choose not to add this then your booking will be non-refundable. Full T&C's can be found here: https://refundable.me/extended/en/
Q. The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes, the information does not need to match the attendee.
Q. What age is a child ticket?
A child's ticket is age 6 - 16, any child under the age of 6 is free and does not require a ticket.
Q. Can I bring my dog?
We're afraid no dogs are allowed on site, with the exception of guide dogs.
Q. How do I contact the organisers?
Please email [email protected] for any information.
Q. What can't I bring to the event?
No gas bottles, canisters or similar
No goods for unauthorised trading
No items which may reasonably be considered for use as a weapon
No Chinese/sky lanterns
No illegal substances, legal highs or herbal highs
No portable laser equipment and pens