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Together The People (TTP Festival) is a brand new 5,000 capacity greenfield, non camping, music and arts festival taking place in Preston Park, Brighton on the Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th September 2015.
The festival has been created by a group of independent Brighton based businesses and individuals, including One Inch Badge and Concorde2.
The event is proudly partnered by local organisations such as Resident Music, Juice 107.2 FM, The Argus, Duke Of York's and Duke's at Komedia, Drink In Brighton and Street Diner.
Together The People's primary focus is to celebrate Music, Food, Community, Film and Arts within the city of Brighton by delivering a high quality, creative, family friendly and socially aware flagship event accessible to all.
Together The People will host music stages on-site, a unique collaboration with Picturehouse Brighton and a pop-up ‘soapbox' stage where local community groups and charities can talk about their work and the public can engage with local political & social bodies in Q&A sessions. The soapbox stage will also act as a platform for other creative arts & entertainment such as literature, poetry, dance and comedy.
Scattered around the site there will several bars serving beverages from local breweries, as well as a market/diner area which will exclusively house local independent food, clothing and arts concessions. We intend to provide a series of pop up galleries around the site for artists to use for live and exhibition purposes.
Together The People will also have a lead charity partner for the event, the details of which are currently TBC. If you would like to get in touch with us regarding your charity being involved in the event please email email@example.com.
The park site is all ages; an adult must accompany under 16's. Children are classed at 11yrs - 16yrs. Under 11's may attend free of charge.
If you need disabled access, the only-online tickets must be bought.
Visit www.togetherthepoeple.co.uk for more information.
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