10th Annual Party in the Park
Saturday 20th July
Bishops Castle, Shropshire SY9 5DD
Gates Open 12 noon
Music starts 12.30 – 10.30
Come and celebrate the 10th year of ‘Party in the Park’ on 20th July 2019.
Organised by AMP (about music project) which aims to give opportunities to young musicians in Bishops Castle and the surrounding areas.
Party in the Park is AMP’s big annual summer showcase with many local bands performing along-side invited artists from further afield.
There will be continuous music from some very talented bands and musicians varying both in age and experience, but all with a link to the AMP ethos.
This year’s line-up includes: –
Local favourites: Fight the Bear, BC All Skas, Nuclear Weasels, Without Warning and Adrenaline Rush.
From Mid Wales: Smoke Like a Fish.
Shrewsbury: The Beth Prior Collective
West Midlands: Cantaloop
Oxford/London: The People Versus (previously known as Five Fathoms Deep)
Church Stretton/Bridgnorth: Bohmen
You can follow AMP on the links below and keep an eye out for some surprise guests!!
Party In the Park: https://www.facebook.com/events/281266679489982/
This is a truly fun day out with plenty for all the family including food stalls, Vintage tea tent, children’s activity workshops and so much more.
Bring a rug, a picnic, your dog and enjoy life the ‘Bishops Castle Way’
£8 Tickets – in advance from ticketsource.co.uk/about-music-project
£10 Tickets – on the day at the gate
(under 11’s go free)
Come and help us celebrate our 10th Party In the Park.
AMP’s major fund-raiser Party in the park is set in the community park, in the heart of Bishop’s Castle, Party In The Park is a relaxed music festival, running from 12 noon until 10.30pm, Music starts at 12.30 pm with everyone dancing or sitting on the grass (some bring their deckchairs and picnics!) listening to a selection of established and local bands.
It has become an established event in the local calendar. Last year we saw more than 1500 people through the gates, coming from a 50-60 mile radius – from Newtown, Welshpool, Shrewsbury, Hereford, Bishops Castle, Craven Arms, Ludlow, Clun and beyond. Bands from these areas also bring their fans for support. It is not your ‘traditional’ festival crowd, more a community family event for people of all ages.
One main stage
BBQ & Hand Made wood fire Pizza, Vegetarian stands and vendors
Fully Licensed Bar
Vintage Tea and Cake stand
Children’s activity workshops
Face Painting and Caricaturist