Everything you need to know about Let’s Rock Norwich! 2019

Crowds enjoying Let's Rock Norwich! festival 2017 at Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER

Crowds enjoying Let's Rock Norwich! festival 2017 at Earlham Park. Picture: LEE BLANCHFLOWER - Credit: Archant

The line-up for the retro rock festival Let's Rock Norwich! has been announced. Here's everything you need to know about the event from times to ticket availability.

When is it?

Saturday May 25 2019. Gates open at 11AM and the festival finishes at 10.30PM.

Where is it?

Earlham Park in Norwich

How do I get tickets?

Tickets are still available from http://letsrocknorwich.com/tickets/. The organisers warn not to purchase tickets from resale sites as they will not guarantee entry to the festival.

Who is performing?

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The festival is set to host Billy Ocean, Erasure's Andy Bell, Marc Almond from Soft Cell, Thompson Twins' Tom Bailey, Midge Ure, Go West, Nik Kershaw, Kim Appleby, From The Jam, Limahl, Thomas Dolby, Cutting Crew, Belouis Some, Owen Paul, Jennie 'Belle Star' Matthias, Musical Youth, Westworld, and Black Lace's Conga Party.

Is there food available on site?

You can bring your own food to the festival but Let's Rock will also be offering a wide variety of catering on site including Indian, Chinese, and BBQ.

Can I bring my own alcohol?

Due to licensing reasons festival-goers will not be able to bring their own alcohol to Let's Rock. Alcohol is available from a number of vendors on site. You can bring soft drinks but anything already open before you enter the gates will be confiscated.

What facilities are available for disabled festival-goers?

Disabled toilets are provided onsite along with a small viewing area reserved for disabled guests. There's also a disabled carpark.

Are dogs allowed?

No dogs except guide dogs are permitted on the festival grounds.

Will you be going to Let's Rock Norwich 2019? Let us know in the comments.

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