Mods Mayday | Events | Dreamland Margate

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mods mayday

Date

Sat 21st May 2022

From

£25PP

+ Booking fee

Mods Mayday

Mods Mayday – Kenney Jones, Secret Affair, Purple Hearts II, The Truth, Squire + more

Ballroom (Indoor Event Space)

Saturday 21st May 2022, 18:00 – 00:00

This is an 18+ event. (ID required)

Doors open: 18:00. Last entry: 23:00. Curfew: 00:00. 

Cloakroom available: £3 per item. Bar Open 18:00 – 00:00.

PLEASE NOTE RE ENTRY IS NOT POSSIBLE AT THIS EVENT

The Mods Mayday 2022 tour comes to Dreamland with some of the best live bands from the Mod scene along with stalls, visuals and DJ’s for the most essential day in the Mod calendar!

Live acts include:
KENNEY JONES of The Who, Faces and Small Faces.
SECRET AFFAIR
PURPLE HEARTS II
THE TRUTH
SQUIRE

KENNEY JONES
As the drummer with the Small Faces, Faces and The Who, Kenney Jones has been at the heart of three biggest bands ever to have come out of the UK.

SECRET AFFAIR
Formed in 1978 after previous incarnation as New Hearts. In a period of a little over two years, they posted five releases in the UK Singles Chart, and released three albums. The debut single Time For Action reached number 13 in the UK chart, putting them at the forefront of the mod revival movement. More chart success followed with Let Your Heart Dance, My World and Sound Of Confusion. They also drew up plans for a smart-dressing youth movement – The Glory Boys – based around the idea of 1960s gangster chic, influenced by the movie, Performance.

PURPLE HEARTS II
The Purple Hearts were one of the key bands from the late 1970’s Mod Revival along with The Jam, Secret Affair, The Chords, The Lambrettas, and Squire.
They had three singles which reached the UK charts – Jimmy, Frustration & Millions Like Us – and an incredible 1980 debut LP Beat That! on Fiction Records. Further classic singles followed such as My Life’s A Jigsaw, & Plane Crash before the band split in 1982.

THE TRUTH
Formed in 1982 by the band leader of Nine Below Zero, Dennis Greaves and Mick Lister. Their debut single Confusion (Hits Us Every Time) went to No. 22 in the UK charts and was followed swiftly by A Step in the Right Direction which reached No. 32.

SQUIRE
Named after a shop called Squires which they originally rehearsed above. They released the first single of the Mod Revival genre Get Ready to Go in March 1979. Squire went on to record five albums and ten singles, including the sunshine pop album Get Smart in 1983.

FAQs

You will not need to take a lateral flow test or show proof of recent lateral flow test.

If your query is ticket-related, please contact our ticketing partner AXS here. If you have purchased your ticket from one of our other authorised ticket sellers (including See Tickets, DICE, Skiddle, and Resident Advisor), please refer to their individual websites for customer service information.

We’ll have a limited number of tickets to this event available on the door. They will be priced at £30 + booking fee and available from 18:00.  Just speak to a member of our team when you arrive.

Our Ballroom venue is fully accessible for wheelchair users. However, there is no dedicated platform or raised viewing area. Accessible tickets will need to be booked in advance via the Dreamland website. When you book an accessible ticket, you will receive a complimentary carer / personal assistant ticket alongside.  Proof of eligibility will need to be provided alongside your ticket on entry to the event. If you have any specific access needs, please contact us prior to the event on customerservices@dreamland.co.uk.

Many of our events are managed by external promoters and so we often do not have full details of exactly what the production will involve until very close to the day of the show. Most of our events will contain flashing lights and use of haze as standard. We make every effort to advertise on doors of the event if this is the case.

The smoking area for indoor events is adjacent to the venue. No vaping is allowed in the undercover areas.

Most of our events have age restrictions, in which case you will need to provide proof of age on entry. Please refer to the individual event page for the age restrictions of that specific event. When purchasing alcohol, if you appear to be under the age of 25, you may be asked for proof of age. We reserve the right to refuse to serve you alcohol if you do not have valid photographic ID.
Acceptable forms of ID to prove you are over 18 include:
• A photo driving licence
• A passport
• A proof of age card, such as the PASS card from the national Proof of Age Standards Scheme.

Yes. We operate a cloakroom for all indoor ticketed events. There is a charge for each item deposited. Please avoid bringing large bags and suitcases where possible, as space is limited.

No dangerous or hazardous items, lasers, chairs, stools, spray cans, professional cameras, glass, illegal substances, flags, banners, poles. Masks will be removed for security search. Please note that guests will have to pass through security and bag searches to enter all ticketed events. Please refer to the full park entry terms & conditions here for more information.

There are two car parks close to Dreamland. One just around the corner, located on All Saints Avenue, CT9 5QH and the other is located just off Belgrave Road, CT9 1XG. Both are operated and managed by SMART parking.

PLEASE ENSURE YOU PURCHASE THE CORRECT PARKING TICKET, ALLOWING PLENTY OF TIME TO RETURN TO YOUR CAR.  FINES WILL BE ISSUED BY SMART PARKING FOR LATE RETURNS.

If you’ve lost something whilst with us, please send an e mail to our customer services team on customerservices@dreamland.co.uk and they’ll search lost property to see if it has been handed in.

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