Set just north of the coastal city of Brighton, in the breath-taking South Downs, the Beachdown Festival 2009 will be the direst festival site of the whole season; the South Downs have a chalk base and the rain simply disappears straight away into the rocks. There’ll be no need for wellies as you certainly won’t find any mud. Instead, you’ll find 42 hours of performances across four stages at Beachdown Festival 2009 from August 29 – 31.
And even if you don’t fancy camping over the holiday, there are a whole range of hotels and hostels available in nearby London and Brighton meaning all budgets and levels of adventure can be catered for. The Beachdown Festival, with takes place annually, is 42 hours of nonstop fun! With the best live entertainment that the UK has to offer, there are music performances, comedy acts, film screenings and much more.
Beachdown Festival 2009 kicks off in Camden, North London, with a killer warm-up party. Once party goers have recovered, everyone moves down to Beachdown and the real fun starts. Alongside some of the world’s biggest starts you’ll find live performances from some of Brighton’s most popular bands. Combined with DJ sets which happy daily and last most of the night, you really can party like an animal, all day and all night long.
When you’re ready to take a break from the music, there’s so much more to keep you entertained. At the Beachdown Festival 2009 there will even be a cinema, screening classic masterpieces to cult hits and everything in between. For families who all travel down together, there are also special programmes designed just for the kids, so you all can have a great day out.
You should also be ready to laugh as at Beachdown 2009 there will be three stand-up comedy shows, including international stars and Brighton up-and-comers, all support by a crazy selection of cabaret acts, including Mr Solo and Princess Knickers.
To keep your energy up during all this partying, you’ll find some fantastic food. Your taste buds are in for a great few days, with delicious and organic dishes from culinary experts such as Herman Ze German and Due South. From juicy steaks to sweet Chinese dim sum, no one is likely to go hungry over August bank holiday weekend at Beachdown Festival 2009.