Radio Bath and Peasedown Party in the Park team-up for popular festival next year

Thursday 7th December 2023 Published by Leave your thoughts

A partnership that was formed two years ago to ‘put on a show like no other’ for the late HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022 is to continue for another year.

Radio Bath, the local area’s popular community radio station, and Peasedown Party in the Park, one of the district’s most well-established festivals, have teamed up for a third year in a row.

Party in the Park Festival Managers Cllr Karen Walker and Cllr Gavin Heathcote said:

“We’re thrilled to have teamed up with Radio Bath for another year.

As well as broadcasting top quality shows, and playing the best music, they are also committed to providing a voice to our many local communities, and in particular under-represented and under-served individuals across the area.

They’re extremely fortunate to have a highly skilled team of professionals working behind the scenes, which we’re looking forward to working with in preparation for next year’s 15th anniversary festival in Peasedown.”

Radio Bath will be running and coordinating all the stage entertainment on the day of the festival. The team will be ensuring that the 7-and-a-half-hour event is jam-packed with the very best live music and entertainment.

Loraine Morgan-Brinkhurst MBE, one of the station’s founders and directors, has decades of experience organising local events. She added:

“We’re looking forward to working with the Party in the Park team to organise the live music aspect of next year’s festival.

Peasedown’s summer festival is one of the longest running in the district. With crowds of up to 3,000 people attending each year, it’s a wonderful event and does a fantastic job at bringing the community together.

Radio Bath will be there on the day, broadcasting live and ensuring festival goers are kept on their feet with the very best local bands for over 7 hours!”

Peasedown Party in the Park 2024 will be held on Beacon Field on Saturday 8th June 2024, from 11.30am – 7 pm.

It’ll be the festival’s 15th anniversary year.

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