Open Today: Roller Disco, Arcade and The Octopus's Garden

Skate & Dine tickets available weekends and school holidays from £9

COMING UP: Happy Mondays 13 July, Andy C 31 August

29 June: Park only open to ticketholders for Mac DeMarco. No free entry to the park on 29 June.

Open Today: Roller Disco, Arcade and The Octopus's Garden

Skate & Dine tickets available weekends and school holidays from £9

COMING UP: Happy Mondays 13 July, Andy C 31 August

29 June: Park only open to ticketholders for Mac DeMarco. No free entry to the park on 29 June.

Open Today: Roller Disco, Arcade and The Octopus's Garden

Skate & Dine tickets available weekends and school holidays from £9

COMING UP: Happy Mondays 13 July, Andy C 31 August

29 June: Park only open to ticketholders for Mac DeMarco. No free entry to the park on 29 June.

Open Today: Roller Disco, Arcade and The Octopus's Garden

Skate & Dine tickets available weekends and school holidays from £9

COMING UP: Happy Mondays 13 July, Andy C 31 August

29 June: Park only open to ticketholders for Mac DeMarco. No free entry to the park on 29 June.

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Ride

Friday 30 November 2018 19:30 - 22:30 to 19:30 - 22:30

30th November 2018 19:30 - 22:30

Hall By The Sea

atom presents by arrangement with Primary Talent International

Ride - An Intimate Acoustic Concert

Ride bring their one-off and intimate acoustic tour to Hall By The Sea on Friday 30th November, to mark the 30th Anniversary of this revered Oxford quartet. Support comes from Piney Gir.

Tickets start from £22.50 + booking fee in advance.

This is an all ages event, but under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

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On first glance an acoustic tour might seem a strange way of celebrating Ride's gloriously noisy journey through thirty years of sound, especially one that was termed 'shoegaze' by the media in the '90s. The tour idea originally sprung from a unique night in April earlier this year when Ride played a beautiful old church, St Paul's, in Worthing. Ride performed an entire acoustic set, mixing in recent songs from the acclaimed 'Tomorrow's Shore' EP and 'Weather Diaries' album - both produced by Erol Alkan and mixed by Alan Moulder - with tracks from Creation-era classics 'Nowhere', 'Going Blank Again' and 'Carnival Of Light'. The set sounded totally psychedelic and robust, retaining the magic of the full electric set up and completely captivating the audience. So much so, it seemed like a good idea to do it again.

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