Friday Brunch

On Friday 26th July 4 pm till 10 pm. Join us for a day of music, gourmet meals, and fantastic vibes at brunch-style bookable tables with service included. Dive into the sunset kickoff of the 'Reggae & Riddim Festival 2024 at our debut Friday Reggae Brunch! You and your friends can ‘pay as you go’ or book for groups of 4 or 6.

We have a Pay As You Go (PAYG) ticket, which will allow entry to the Friday Brunch. Anything else will be an additional cost! 

PLEASE ARRIVE  with your ticket ready by 4 pm as we aim to start 4.30 pm and need to allow everyone to get seated for the full experience! 

The site is outdoors, and we are open to the elements, it is JULY & so it will be hot then again this is the UK. So please be prepared so you can enjoy yourselves!

Our garden benches hold a mix between 4 and 6 people. You may be required to share a table with another group depending on how many are in your booking. If your booking is for 8+ people, you will be sat next to each other on separate benches.

Please don’t panic about sharing tables as this will not affect your delivery as they are distributed to individuals/groups specifically and you are not required to stay at your table the whole duration, it is just so you have a place to eat/drink – go get dancing!!!

To order your food you will need to take your token to the food stall of choice.

If you would like to add someone to your booking, please buy a ticket using the SAME ORIGINAL booking name so we can link this to your booking.

For any other enquires please let us know at events@ucnewport.co.uk

Gyptian

Born Windel Beneto Edwards in rural St. Andrew, Jamaica, north of Kingston, Gyptian possesses layers and multiple facets to his artistry. Breakthrough hits like “Hold Yuh” and “Serious Times” instantly placed him at the forefront of the roots, followed by “Beautiful Lady” and “Mama,” earning him comparisons to the great Gregory Isaacs for its mixture of conscious reggae and sultry lovers rock.

Gyptian will be headlining our first-ever Reggae & Riddim Festival Brunch in 2024, adding melodies to paint the perfect soundtrack to a sun-kissed Friday opening celebration. His music often explores themes of political issues and love. His vocal performance is frequently compared to Sizzla, Luciano, and Beres Hammond. He entered the music business through talent scout and promoter Ravin Wong and Earl “Chinna” Smith, the legendary reggae guitarist known for his work with Lee “Scratch” Perry and Bob Marley. This led to Gyptian producing more hits with Estelle, Melanie, Major Lazer, Bunji Garlin, and more!

Lady Leshurr

Lady Leshurr brings her unparalleled talent and contagious energy to the stage, adding a touch of UK royalty to our Friday festivities. Lady Leshurr gained widespread recognition with her critically acclaimed mixtapes,  However, it was her “Queen’s Speech” series of freestyles that propelled her into international stardom. The charismatic and witty artist has become known for her rapid-fire delivery, clever wordplay, and unapologetic attitude.

Her infectious energy and unique style have earned Lady Leshurr collaborations with major artists, and her tracks have become anthems in communities. Beyond her musical prowess, Lady Leshurr is celebrated for her outspoken advocacy for equality and her empowering messages. Her presence extends beyond the music scene, with notable television appearances, including “The Rap Game UK” and “Your Face or Mine.

Seani B

Seanie B, a seasoned maestro in the realm of reggae and dancehall, is set to ignite the opening Friday brunch of the Reggae & Riddim Festival in 2024. Hailing from London, Seanie B has been an influential figure in the music scene for decades. His eclectic DJ sets and impeccable musical curation have earned him a reputation as a tastemaker, seamlessly blending the old-school classics with the freshest beats.With a career spanning over 30 years, his journey began as a member of the renowned sound system Rebel Rock, and he later became the official tour DJ for UK reggae sensation Maxi Priest.

Seanie B’s contributions as a radio host on BBC 1Xtra and Capital Xtra have further solidified his status as a respected authority in reggae and dancehall. Now bringing his in-depth knowledge of the genres, coupled with a genuine passion for the music, to Newport Wales to create an immersive experience that transcends time and captivates audiences worldwide.

PLANS FOR 4

£80

FREE TABLE!

ENTRY FOR 4

£160

FREE TABLE!

ENTRY FOR 4

FOOD TOKEN FOR 4

KAMO VODKA BOTTLE

MIXERS

£200

FREE TABLE!

ENTRY FOR 4

FOOD TOKEN FOR 4

2x KAMO VODKA BOTTLE

MIXERS

ROUND OF SHOTS

PLANS FOR 6

£100

FREE TABLE!

ENTRY FOR 6

£240

FREE TABLE!

ENTRY FOR 6

FOOD TOKEN FOR 6

KAMO VODKA BOTTLE

MIXERS

£300

FREE TABLE!

ENTRY FOR 6

FOOD TOKEN FOR 6

2*KAMO VODKA BOTTLE

MIXERS

ROUND OF SHOTS

PLEASE ARRIVE  with your ticket ready by 4 pm as we aim to start 4.30 pm and need to allow everyone to get seated for the full experience! 

The site is outdoors, and we are open to the elements, it is JULY & so it will be hot then again this is the UK. So please be prepared so you can enjoy yourselves!

Our garden benches hold a mix between 4 and 6 people. You may be required to share a table with another group depending on how many are in your booking. If your booking is for 8+ people, you will be sat next to each other on separate benches.

Please don’t panic about sharing tables as this will not affect your delivery as they are distributed to individuals/groups specifically and you are not required to stay at your table the whole duration, it is just so you have a place to eat/drink – go get dancing!!!

To order your food you will need to take your token to the food stall of choice.

If you would like to add someone to your booking, please buy a ticket using the SAME ORIGINAL booking name so we can link this to your booking.

For any other enquires please let us know at events@ucnewport.co.uk

You must be 18+ to attend this event and show a valid ID.

No food or drink can be brought into this event.

We reserve the right to refuse entry and alcohol to anyone suspected of being highly intoxicated.<p><p>
Please respect the festival, staff and other attendees as we respect you, failure to do this will result in you being removed from the festival.


By paying your booking fee you agree to our T&C’s.

We ask you to kindly DRINK RESPONSIBLY.

Unfortunately, we can’t issue you with a refund if you can’t make the event due to work commitments or your mates have dropped out. In these circumstances, we advise passing on your tickets privately to avoid losing out on the money spent.

If you are unable to attend please let us know as soon as possible. If you can no longer attend and want to sell your ticket, you must let us know ASAP that you are not attending and have sold your ticket to someone else and inform us what booking they are adding onto – this is really important.

Refunds can only be offered if the event is cancelled or postponed, as agreed upon purchase.

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