Winter Rum & Reggae 2018

£3.50

Here we go again, it’s a Caribbean Christmas!

Expect an evening of even more fantastic street food with a Caribbean twist, funky Calypso vibes and just a darn good place to hang out on a Friday evening! Make sure you take a seat and relax with a nice glass of specialty rum, rum cocktail or grab a cheeky Red Stripe from the FarGo Bar.

We’re bringing you only the best Caribbean street food, specialty Rum and cocktails, and performances from Phase One Steel Orchestra and multiple DJ sets from Paulo’s Hoodoo Jukebox and David Marshall Barrett – BBC Radio Coventry & Warwickshire DJ.

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This event is your perfect Christmas party, or maybe you just love a bit of rum and reggae. Come and soak up a taste of the Caribbean with us!

Street Food From 🍍🍤 :
Sticky Beaks
West Midlands Jerk Centre
Leave it to Esmie

Bar From 🍹🌴 :
FarGo Bar
Bone Idol Tiki Bar
Backhaus&Co
Esmie’s Coconut Cart

Important ticketing information regarding this year’s Rum and Reggae:

Over the last three years, we have been overwhelmed by the success and popularity of this event… you guys sure do love your Rum and Reggae! But. As numbers continue to grow, we are having to make some changes to ensure the event stays safe and secure for you all. This means we are introducing a ticketing system for the event, with a small fee.

Tickets will be just £3.50 – door sales will be dependent on availability.

This fee gets you access to FarGo Village for the evening and allows us to cover the increased costs of safely managing such a big event. Please note, for this one night only there will be NO access to FarGo Village without a Rum and Reggae ticket.

We expect tickets to sell out very quickly for this FarGo favourite, so please do buy yours early to avoid disappointment.

We can’t wait to see you there and thank you so much for your continued support!

PLEASE NOTE: Entry for this event will be through the Scala gate on the West side of the village – there will be NO access through the main gate via Far Gosford Street. The Scala entrance does include a couple of steps to get into the village, if you require disabled access – please let one of the team know on the gate and we will escort you to an alternative entrance.

Upon entry will be bag searches to ensure there are none of the following:
Large quantities of food
Alcoholic beverages
Sharp Objects
Illegal Substances

Security have to right to refuse entry to anyone with no reason as to why, if you are refused entry and have bought a ticket – a refund will be issued within the following week.