Taking place in Ashdown Farm, Evesham from 21st – 23rd of September, Dubs of Anarchy is the alternative to VW event for motorbike and campervans. Read on to find out more about this family-friendly event.
Taking place in Ashdown Farm, Evesham from 21st – 23rd of September, Dubs of Anarchy is the alternative to VW event for motorbike and campervans. The organisers have gone into great detail to ensure that this event will be fun for the entire family. They have set up loads of entertainment, games, and more, allowing every attendee to have the time of their lives. As this event has plenty to offer, let’s find out what is in store for the guests.Burlesque & Workshops
Make sure that you visit the events' burlesque show on 22nd September as it is highly entertaining. The organisers have gotten the services of a large number of performers, who will keep the crowd engaged throughout. If you are bringing children under the age of 16, it is the suggestion of the organisers to keep them away from this event.
Grumpy Frog’s Fi will also be at Dubs of Anarchy, to take a hula hoop workshop. The workshop is open to guests of all ages, including children. Regardless of how long you take to learn this skill, Fi will always be there to help you out.Dog Show
You can also bring your canine along for the wonderful Dog Show, which will take place on September 22nd. If you want to enter your dog in a specific category, the ticket price is £1. For the entire show, the cost is £5. All the money this event raises will go to Hounds for Heroes. As there are several categories, make sure you stick around for this adorable event.Entertainment
When it comes to entertainment, the organisers have made sure that you will have a great time throughout this event. The Circus of Horrors, who started out in 1995, will be coming to this event to showcase their mindblowing skills. They even made an appearance on “Britain's Got Talent.”
Kustomsammy Cave will be there, to host a live airbrushing event, where she will display her incredible skills on machines.
More than 15 bands will be playing live, to ensure that you will be on your feet throughout the event. DJs will also be present, as the organisers want the guests to experience different types of music.
If you have children, make sure you take them to the funfair, as they will have loads of fun.Show ‘N’ Shine
If you want to show off your precious two-wheeler, make sure you bring it to the Show ‘N’ Shine, which will take place on 23rd September.Accommodation
The organisers are offering a basic 4-metre tent, which will cost £150 for two nights. You can get the deluxe tent, which comes with a rug, bunting, wind-up torch, and a double air mattress, for £220 for two nights. There is also a luxurious tent, which comes with a lot more features for £250.
If you want a spacious tent for two nights, you can go for the 5-metre basic one, for £200. Keep in mind that the basic tents don’t come with beds.Tickets
They day tickets will cost you £5, but it doesn’t include camping. For the weekend pass, it costs £25 online and £30 at the gate (both are inclusive of camping). Children under the age of 13 and dogs can walk in for free.