Soon Margate will once again echo with the sounds (and screams) of delight and wonder, as visitors old and young enjoy the Great British seaside amusement experience first-hand.
The UK's original Pleasure Park is being re-imagined, ready to welcome a new generation of fun-seeking visitors to an 'old fashioned, yet oh-so-fashionable' world of thrills, amusements and good times.
Where else in the UK can you clamber aboard a host of stylishly restored, recreated and retro-fitted rides and amusements from the Golden Age of British seaside hols?
There'll be more than just brilliant retro rides and amusements. Dreamland will be a world where vintage cool holds hands with modern design, and goes for a lovely beachside stroll.
To keep those smiles wide, we've got your British comfort food favourites, all lovingly made from local Kent produce, We've also lined up a host of unmissable events, celebrating the best of British Culture, each with that unmistakable Dreamland vibe.
Everywhere you look, there will be a wonderful sense of seaside magic bringing rides, classic sideshows and traditional fairground games lovingly back to life.
Not to mention film screenings, concerts and amazing installations too. All part of the great big happy day out that will be Dreamland Margate.
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By The Sea Festival
By The Sea Festival returns to Margate on 29 - 30 September for it's third edition. Early bird tickets are on sale now and the full line-up will be announced very soon.
Demon Dayz: Gorillaz
One day music festival hosted by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett's cartoon creations Gorillaz.
Hipsville Seaside a Go Go!
Party weekend with a 60s theme, featuring international bands, DJs and more.
New bank holiday festival headlined by The Kills with Little Barrie, Broken Hands and Electric Child House.
Geordie indie rock favourites Maxïmo Park fronted by the man with the combover, Paul Smith.
Raw riff heavy garage rock from Kent two-piece Isaac Holman and Laurie Vincent.
Toots & the Maytals
The Jamaican music legend Toots Hibbert, credited with giving reggae its name, with new versions of his classic repertoire and a whole lot of pep in his step.
Two days of alternative music. The festival is now undercover so you can leave your wellies at home. Lineup tbc.