Posh Nosh, Theme Bars and other Fun!
They've thought of everything to keep you fed and watered all weekend.
The Cocktail Lounge and Diner
In the big black and silver big top, with waitress service, a great range of cocktails and food and listen to some great musician perform too.
On either side of the arena, designed for a quick “grab and go” so you won’t miss your favourite band.
There'll be a range all over the place, here's some you can expect to find...
The Black Bull – beside the Comedy and Live Karaoke Stage, serving a range of ales in addition to all the usual drinks.
Aspalls Cyder House – in the riverside area, the Cyder House is a replica of the original cyder barn at Aspalls site in Suffolk, serving the world’s best cider.
Pimms Double Decker Bus – in the riverside area, the converted Routemaster bus will have the perfect Pimms on tap all day.
You'll also need to eat so they're catering for all tastes at this year’s festival with a great range, including...
PizzaExpress goes outdoors – located in the riverside area, delicious freshly baked pizzas and theirr famous dough balls.
Basilica – Freshly cooked, locally sourced mediterranean dishes to enjoy throughout the day.
Chunky Chips, Wicked Dip s – the finest quality chunky chips with a wide variety of homemade wicked dips.
Fine Burger Co – Flippin fine burgers!
Harbour Seafoods – a family run business specialising in a wide variety of seafood.
Pan.De.Mania Pizza – whole 10’’ pizzas, freshly prepared on site, hand rolled, topped to order and baked in our Italian Wood Fired Oven. Their own recipe dough and sauce are made from 100% organic ingredients and they use quality cheeses and toppings including homegrown vegetables and herbs.
Santa Fe Catering – Santa Fe Mexican Food caters veggie and meat burritos, nachos, chilli and tacos, made from fresh vegetables and beans, British meats and their own spice mixes. Their signature dish is the real buffalo beef chilli from their herd of buffalo grazing the wild plains of Somerset.
The Furnace – vegetarian world food cafe, cooking fresh, organic and fairtrade produce with the very best spices including fried chickpea curry, nutty dahl with organic basmati, spicy baked flatbread with homemade humous and their famous chili chocolate cake.
The Swallow Bakery - fresh baked cupcakes, brownies, barista coffee, tea and organic smoothies all sold from an iconic converted 50’s Airstream wagon. All you need to do is look for the big silver wagon with the giant cupcake on top.
v-dub loung e – chili with nachos & sour cream, chicken curry with chapattis, veggie chilli and all homemade.
As well as all the food and drink you could need, you can enjoy...
Jokers’ Masquerade – Dressing Up - if you were at the festival last year, you will know that lots of festival goers come in all sorts of eighties themed outfits, from Scooby Doo to the Village People as well as funny wigs, leg warmers, lacy gloves and shoulder pads. This year we have partnered with Jokers’ Masquerade who have the largest online collection of adult fancy dress in the UK, so if you’re looking for a funky festival outfit don;'t forget to check out their selection
Club De Fromage make Rewind debut! - nightclub legend, ex jail-bird and used-car salesman Fat Tony is proud to present Club De Fromage! Break out your polyester shirts and big hair as we bring you the club that time forgot!
London’s premier nightspot comes to 80’s Rewind and ivites you to dance round your handbag to the hits. Ain’t no-one too proud to join in Tony’s meat pie raffle or sing along to the classic hits him and the crew will be slamming down.
The Silent Disco - due to the enormous success of The Silent Disco in 2009, it will be back again, this time in an even bigger Big Top so more of you can enjoy it.
The Kidzone - back again for 2010. Housed in it’s own Big Top, little festival goers will find loads of activities to keep them occupied.
Musical Ruth and the Amazing Magical Mobile Piano - a singing Nun on a motorised grand piano will be appearing throughout the festival in the riverside area. Surreal but nice!
Find out more about the 80s Rewind Festival here