Rum, Drums & Reggae Festival
Organiser: Miss Ivy Events
A complete toast to all things Rum and Reggae, there will be an amazing selection of Rums to get your taste buds tingling! We also have some incredible live Steel Pan Band action from Real Steel and Drum workshops from Shumba Arts*.
Worked up an appetite with all that dancing? Don't worry! We have got the most delicious and authentic Caribbean food on hand ready to refuel your fire!
We are delighted to announce that the VERY talented Reggae singer Marley White will also be joining us.
The festival will be held in the incredible grounds of Mount Edgcumbe Artist's Platt, overlooking the beautiful Plymouth Sound for the perfect chilled summer vibes.
There will be lots of chance to try the Rums and even buy some to take home!
Lots of local and independent businesses will be there to offer their compliments to the world of Rum, Drums and Reggae with jewellery, clothing and beauty to name just a few!
Included in your ticket is:
- Rum & Coke on arrival
- Live music
- Caribbean Street Food
- Rum distillers
- Rum & Cocktail bar
- Rum talks
- Drum Workshops (Sunday only) Small subsidised cost of £5.00 for the workshop, these can be booked on the day
SAT 8TH JUNE - STRICTLY OVER 18'S ONLY
Early Bird Ticket £8.00 (plus booking fee)
Standard Ticket £10.00 (plus booking fee)
Late Booking & On Door Ticket (if available) (plus booking fee) £12.00
SUN 9TH JUNE - FAMILY DAY (12 & under free)
Adult Early Bird Ticket £8.00 (plus booking fee)
Adult Standard Ticket £10.00 (plus booking fee)
Adult Late Booking & On Door Ticket (if available - plus booking fee) £12.00
Child 13 - 16 Standard ticket £3.00 (no drink included with this ticket)
Child up to 12 Free entry
Dogs are permitted at this event but must be kept on a lead at all times.
No food or alchohol is allowed to be brought into this event.Substance misuse will not be tolerated at this event and you will be asked to leave the Festival.
The event is held in the Artist Platt and is an outdoor Festival.
Miss Ivy Events operates a CHALLENGE 25 policy and www.drinkaware.co.uk at all Festivals.
How to get here:
We've made it really easy to get here from Plymouth – just take the Cremyll Ferry from Admiral's Hard, Stonehouse, and a free shuttle bus will bring you up to the event from the ferry port. This is the quickest and easiest way to get here, and there will be no need to allocate a designated driver!
Car parking is available on site and is charged at normal council car park rates.
Ferry details can be found here: https://www.plymouthboattrips.co.uk/ferries/cremyll-ferry