Ports Fest update June 2021

In light of the recent Government announcement on the delay to lift restrictions, we would like to reassure you that Ports Fest is able to go ahead. We have been planning the festival around the guidelines as they were, and can deliver a festival this July. 

We will have entry points with social distancing markers, hand sanitisation points, track and trace posters (using the NHS app to check in), social distanced seating and masks worn (unless always exempt) except when seated. There is a one-way system for toilets, extra time from when the doors open to the start of the act, and all of our staff will be COVID tested in the lead up to and over the weekend of the festival as well as wearing masks except when seated


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Ukraine Benefit Concert

Ports Fest announces the Ukraine Benefit Concert on 17th June featuring outstanding guitarist Carlos Bonell and friends.


‘Black Is The Color of My Voice’ at the NTR

On 3 July 2022 Ports Fest presents to you the play inspired by the life of Nina Simone as part of our 2022 Festival.


Ports Fest SUBMERGED Installation drops at the Mary Rose Museum!

SUBMERGED Installation drops at the Mary Rose Museum


Black Dyke Band to perform at the Kings Theatre

Black Dyke Band will perform at the Kings Theatre in July 2022

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