Packed programme of events to celebrate Bank Holiday Jubilee weekend on Bournemouth Pier!
There is a packed programme of events taking place on Bournemouth Pier over the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend.
The Pier will be decorated with bunting to mark the jubilee celebration. The music entertainment kicks off on Friday 3rd June at Key West Bar & Restaurant, where visitors will be treated to local singer, guitarist and songwriter George Holloway, an artist singing a varied choice of well-known covers, to please all ages. Entry is free and there will be 2-4-1 cocktails all evening.
Saturday 4th June sees the amazing Funk & Soul 9- piece band ‘Lickin Stick’ take to the stage. Comprised of two singers, horns and a rhythm section, the band just love playing the music of James Brown, Maceo, Fred and more. Lickin Stick are guaranteed to get the dancefloor pumping with music that drives your funky soul! Tickets are just £20 per person and the live band kicks off at 8.30pm. 2-4-1 cocktails will be served all evening.
There may be tables available on the door, subject to availability but we recommend booking in advance to guarantee space, tables for both music events can be booked online at www.bit.ly/KWJubilee
To mark the Jubilee celebrations, a complimentary glass of prosecco will be offered to all pre-booked afternoon tea bookings over the Jubilee weekend, from Friday 3rd – Sunday 5th June. Book online in advance and receive FREE pier entry www.bit.ly/KWJubilee
RockReef indoor climbing attraction will be open every day from 10am over the jubilee weekend for adventures with family and friends, or for the ultimate thrill ride, test your nerves on the PierZip, open every day from 11am. Book online for FREE pier entry and cheaper ticket prices www.bit.ly/JubileeRR
Bournemouth Pier Marketing Manager Sarah Hunter said, “We’re looking forward to a busy but relaxed weekend of fun. What better place to celebrate this special occasion than in this superb setting on Bournemouth’s most iconic landmark with 360 degree panoramic views over the bay!”