Summer Soul Vibes Festival


Summer Soul Vibes Festival

Venue 16, Ipswich

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Information - Summer Soul Vibes Festival

Welcome back to Summer Soul Vibes – Suffolk’s BIGGEST Soul Festival! Which is sponsored by Greene King!

Back on Saturday 13th July 2024 and bigger than ever! If you didn’t come to 2023’s Festival…click here to see what you missed out on.

2023’s festival saw Craig Charles, Loose Ends, Odyssey and more head to Ipswich for a day packed with great music, good vibes and fantastic food!

This year Venue16 in Ipswich have got plans for some of the biggest names in Soul & Funk to attend, including Incognito, The Brand New Heavies & Trevor Nelson!

Sound good? Great…grab your tickets and prepare yourself to bathe in the Summer Soul Vibes!

Confirmed Line-Up:

  • The Brand New Heavies
  • Incognito
  • Trevor Nelson
  • Still Drifting ft Ray Lewis
  • Shaila Prospere
  • Uncle Funk’s Disco Inferno
  • DJ Rossi P
  • Dionne Clarke
  • Ipswich Soul Collective

Please click here to see the full event schedule – please note timings are subject to change.

Please note as an independent business we cannot allow external food or drink to be taken/consumed in the festival arena as our event license doesn’t cover this.

Tickets Details (*please note all tickets have a booking fee)

General Admission Ticket – £35pp

Accessible Admission Ticket – £35 – £20 (Carer’s)

John Grose VIP Zone Ticket – (SOLD OUT)

The KBB Centre Caravan/Campervan Plot – £30 per plot

Must be self sufficient – NO Water or Waste facilities & NO FIRES!

This information has been submitted by another organisation or reference from the organisation website. Whilst we make every effort to make sure information is correct and up-to-date, cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies. If you find any errors, please report them to us and we will pass them onto the organiser.

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