Bournemouth Reggae Weekender About


2nd-4th July 2021


King’s Park Dr
Bournemouth BH1 4NN


*All Family Tickets will unlock when 1 Adult is Selected!

Bournemouth Reggae Weekender

Is a Not-For-Profit event organized by Afro*Disiac Live Radio a Non- Profit Community Interest business based in Bournemouth with a sincere wish to provide a diverse cultural enrichment to our community in Bournemouth and beyond.

This is 1st Reggae in Park event in Bournemouth, a unique occasion to celebrate the diverse African-Caribbean Culture and Reggae music adding to the thread that weaves the cloth of “togetherness and diversity” in Bournemouth.

Held in Kings Park with ease of access for first-class entertainment within the catchment. Bournemouth weekender will concentrate its efforts on positive developments within the community and be another avenue to encourage tourism in Bournemouth.


July 5th 1948 was a historic moment in our country’s history. It was the day our pioneering National Health Service (NHS) was born, bringing free healthcare to everyone. We have treasured it ever since, but never more so since March 2020 when the Coronavirus pandemic gripped the UK and utterly changed all our lives.

We have dedicated part of the Bournemouth Reggae Weekender 2021 to celebrate our frontline staff – our local NHS Heroes.

The organizers have added Friday 2nd July 2021 to the event schedule to exclusively host NHS Frontline heroes in line with NHS Frontline day 5th July 2021. All-day proceeds will go to Hospitals Dorset NHS Charity and The National Care Association.

A Great Event For All

On this weekend Kings Park will come alive to promote unity and togetherness under the banner of Reggae Music. We will have a funfair and live kids shows to get everyone involved.

Food, glorious food!

The event will host an array of artisan traders; craft stands and caterers in keeping with the African-Caribbean culture. Over 30 mixed stalls, delectable delights to tempt everyone.


This is your chance to be part of the 1st Reggae in the park event in Bournemouth.

The weekender will feature music on Wrays Main Stage including performances from legendary reggae artists plus live DJ sets & Bands delivering One Love message.


    • 6.88m visitors to Bournemouth per year
    • Group Travel Awards 2017 – finalist
    • Blue Flag beaches: Alum Chine, Durley Chine, Fisherman’s Walk and Southbourne
    • Seaside Awards: Bournemouth Beach and Boscombe Beach
    • British Coach Tourism Awards 2017
  • Coach Friendly
  • Destination Finalist

How to get there

By Car:

Follow the signs for Bournemouth and then Boscombe. Please note that there will be increased traffic during the event. If following a SatNav enter the postcode BH7 6JB. Opp Bournemouth Vitality Stadium.

Limited car parks available in Kings Park within Vitality Stadium or multi storey car park at sovereign centre Boscombe

By Free Shuttle Service:

All weekender tickets are Inclusive of complimentary free travel provided by our Travel partners Yellow Buses. More info on shuttle times will be published on all our socials.

By Train:

Pokesdown station is a 20 minute walk from Kings Park and is served by Southwest Trains. Direct trains connect you to London Waterloo or Weymouth. Change at Bournemouth, Southampton or Basingstoke for trains to further destinations.


Bournemouth is well known for its fantastic variety of hotels, B&Bs and self catering options. You’ll find luxury international hotel groups and budget friendly independent guesthouses.

Benefit from 10% off BOOKING CODE: PRO10A weekend bookings at Village Hotel Bournemouth Wessex Fields, Deansleigh Road, Bournemouth, BH7 7DZ.