Soundcrash's 2nd annual Funk & Soul Weekender is held from Friday 12th until Sunday 14th May 2017 at Camber Sands Holiday Centre, East Sussex.
George Clinton And Funkadelic/Parliament will headline Also confirmed are The Sugarhill Gang, Crazy P, Hot 8 Brass Band, Mr Scruff, Nubiyan Twist, Norman Jay, Omar, Jordan Rakei, Al Dobson Jr, Akua Naru, Huey Morgan, Flamingods, United Vibrations, Harleigh Blu, Lakuta, Some Voices, Funk & Soul Disco Choir, and many more to be announced.
For the line-up details as available see The Funk & Soul Weekender line-up page.
Early bird budget chalet accommodation is on sale from £109 per person, and chalets must be purchased as a whole chalet at booking. Self Catering accommodation was available in 2-8 berth apartments and offers either double, single or bunk beds with private bathroom and TV, with kitchen.
Tickets include accommodation in private apartments for you and your friends - tickets must be booked in groups of 2-8 people. Many accommodation options are now sold out with limited tickets remaining.
All tickets include a 3-day festival pass and 3 nights accommodation.
Soundcrash has also stuffed the weekend with extras including, Live Band Karaoke, DJs, Brass Bands, Music Quiz’s, Northern Soul Dance Classes, South London Soul Train Stage, and Live Brass Band Soundtracked Crazy Golf Tournaments.
Fun and games also include disco yoga, chalet parties, tropical pool party, craft beer, record fair, jazz boogie dance classes, Tuckshop Stage, and exclusive label takeovers, and associated club nights and DJ’s from the countries finest Soul nights – including Hifi Club, Hipshaker, Soul 45, Hot Damn and many more.
The nearest station is Rye which is a 10 minute bus journey/5 minute taxi ride from the centre. The park has its own supermarket and restaurant onsite plus various fast food outlets and a cashpoint. Bedding and limited free electricity are provided.
There'll be more information here when available.
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