VENUE

The Mulberry, Station Hill, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 8AD

DATE

Saturday 27th May 2017

TIME

Doors Open at 1200, Last Entry is 2300, Event Finishes at 0300

Garden of Life • 1200-2300
Seikatsu • 1200-2100
AFTERLife • 2100-0300

AGE

During the day 1200-2100 children under 18 are free with a paying adult, all children must vacate the festival at 2100. After 2100 the festival is strictly 18’s and over

ID

ID must be produced to prove your age, we operate a Challenge 25 policy so if you are lucky enough to look under 25 you will be asked to provide identification.

Forms of identification accepted – Passport, Drivers Licence, Military/Services Identification.

If you fail to produce the correct ID you will not be served alcohol and you will be asked to leave the event after 2100. (No refund will be given if you fail to produce the correct identification)

TICKETS

This event is ticket ONLY and tickets can be purchase through this website. Limited tickets will be held back on the door. Once you have purchased a ticket a refund can not be given. No refund can be given if advertised artists are changed, fail to turn up, for adverse weather conditions, licensing issues or force majeure. The first scanned ticket to arrive at the event will be allowed entry, any further tickets with the same code will be denied access. We can not accept any responsibility or liability for any inconvenience caused by the unauthorised duplication of a tickets. By purchasing a ticket you are opting in to being filmed and photographed at the event for promotional media.

SAFETY INFORMATION

During the event there will be the use of strobe lighting, smoke machines and Carbon Dioxide Cannons on the Garden of Life and AFTERLife Stage. 

LETS LOVE LIFE CHARITY FESTIVAL

After a hugely successful 2 years, Lets Love Life is back bigger and better. The event is a small dance festival packing a huge punch in the quality of music and the international DJ’s playing.

The festival is spread over 3 stages and 15 hours with over 20 DJ’s spinning tunes from House, Deep House, Tech House, Techno, Club Classics and UK Garage.

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Let Love Life was set up by Events Organiser, DJ and Producer Duane Stevens and his wife Jennifer Stevens, to raise money for premature babies after they tragically lost two daughters to premature births. The proceeds from the festival go to support the Early Births Fund at St Peters Hospital Chertsey Neonatal Unit.

Look out for our monthly club night through out the year called AFTERLife, which will enable clubbers to come and enjoy good quality music for FREE with the Festival being the highlight of the year!

 

ALL PROCEEDS GO TO – THE LITTLE ROO NEONATAL FUND AT ST PETERS HOSPITAL NEONATAL UNIT CHERTSEY (Reg Charity No. 1058567)

 

SUBJECT TO CHANGE – SUBJECT TO LICENCE

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