Roundhouse Music Festival
Due to the government's advice, this event has been cancelled for 2020 and will now feature in the B&D Thank You Festival.
The Roundhouse Music Festival will be back in 2021!
A tribute concert to celebrate the rich musical history of the Roundhouse pub, which has played host to some the world most famous rock bands.
Family fun activities including:
- funfair rides
- under 5s Playden
- food stalls offering delicious street food
- a licensed bar
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Entry conditions Toggle accordion
Searches including bags will be carried out as you enter the venue.
You can bring:
- food, or this can be purchased
- sealed soft drinks or water
- folding chairs or picnic rugs
Please do not bring:
- alcohol or unsealed soft drinks
- BBQs or gazebos
- weapons, drugs or legal highs
- uncontrolled or dangerous dogs (please keep dogs on leads)
Official event photography and filming will take place and will be used for all marketing and communication purposes. Photo consent forms will be completed for close-up shots of children. Please contact the Information Point if you have any concerns.
We look forward to welcoming you to our family friendly festival!
Access and facilities Toggle accordion
There is public car parking on site with a £3.50 charge to park your vehicle in the event car park.
Blue Badge Holders
Free blue badge parking on site on grass.
The park has two transport connections serviced by the District line via Dagenham Heathway station which is a 12 minute walk from the venue and Becontree station which is only a two minute walk from the venue.
Parsloes Park is a relatively flat site on grass with hard standing paths.
The vast majority of the park is accessible to wheelchairs.
The site has toilets and baby change.
There is a fully accessible facility with changing area, shower and toilet with ramped access and a hoist.
For assistance during the event, please visit the Information Point.
First Aid on site is located near the Information Point.
Families attending are encouraged to visit the Information Point in order to gain a wristband in case children or vulnerable adults become separated from your group.
There is no accommodation on site, however, we have a number of local accommodation within a short distance.