Taking over Valley Gardens, Central Park, sponsored by Muller Rice, will offer a range of free and ticketed events across 4 weeks for up to 2000 people with an incredible atmosphere guaranteed. Including big-name clubbing from Glitterbox and Hospitality, live music from Rhythm Of The 90’s, and even live football with every game from the Euro’s showing on the south of England’s biggest screen. 

Set against the spectacular backdrop of St Peter’s Church in Brighton, the site has been revealed as a month-long, pop-up venue that's taking over Valley Gardens in the centre of the city from 14th June to 14th July. Aiming to be the ultimate summer hangout, whether you're looking for a quick bite to eat, some cocktails for sundown or just a few wines with some friends, Central Park will be the go-to summer garden that can be enjoyed by all ages for free. 

Showing every game of the Euro 2024 football tournament, presented by fanpark specialists 4TheFans, on the biggest screen in the south of England will certainly be a draw whilst the big-name clubbing from Glitterbox and Hospitality and live music from Rhythm Of The 90’s will make this an event to remember! Add in the carefully curated, delicious food and drink from guest kitchens including Permit Rooms, Carlito Burrito’s & Cue Point and more, it’s clear that there will be no better place to enjoy the summer than Central Park.

Tickets for individual events start at £17.50 + b/f with the full calendar available at www.entercentralpark.com.

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Central Park in Brighton will be the must-visit destination for music fans, football fans, and friends looking for the perfect summer hangout. The venue is a stunning green space featuring a main stage for music, and a huge screen for watching the Euro’s, backed up by a world-class soundsystem and a host of special effects. Each week will see a range of events covering up to 6 days of the week, depending on dates, with still more of the exciting full events programme to be announced.

Central Park is the place to come and dance with friends. Globally-renowned clubbing brands Glitterbox (Saturday 5th June) and Hospitality (Saturday 22nd June) each takes over from 12pm to 10pm and promise something very special.

Glitterbox lands for its Brighton debut and presents a world-class DJ lineup including Dave Lee, Shapes, Alan Dixon, and Sophie Lloyd for an uplifting, all-dayer of hands-in-the-air house and disco in the sunshine. This is a rare chance to enjoy the full ‘Glitterbox experience’. Cutting-edge drum & bass comes from Hospitality and a killer lineup that includes High Contrast, Metrik, Unnglued B2B The Sauce, Randall, Solah, Hoax & PVC, Gifta, and very special guest S.P.Y. Central Park will be seriously bouncing, aided by MC’s, Dynamite MC, Lowqui, and Texas.

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Serving up the nostalgia in unmissable doses on Saturday 13th July is Rhythm Of The 90’s - a 100% live, 7-piece band that brings to life all the classic 90’s dance anthems.  With a flawless performance of every 90’s club banger you can think of, what better way to round off an incredible month of music at Central Park?

Scattered throughout the 4-week Central Park residency the music continues free of charge with various events mixing food, drinks and live performance. Thursday 27th and Friday 28th June see Central Park become the ‘Ultimate Hangout’ to watch Glastonbury Festival live on the giant screen. Music fans can come down for lunch from a handpicked selection of national and local vendors and indulge in craft beer, premium spirits and cocktails, with a live DJ taking over later - summer doesn’t get much better. 

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However big the music offering is, no one should forget the dream of football coming home and the huge Euro 2024 tournament. It’s hard to believe it's been three years since England fell at the last hurdle, losing to Italy in the final of Euro 2020 and breaking the hearts of a nation. Could this finally be the year the team, led by Gareth Southgate, goes one better? Central Park is the only place to watch, with every game from the tournament available on the giant screen, capturing the big game atmosphere as 2000 fans come together to roar on the national team.

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Except for the England games, fans can watch the Euros free of charge at Central Park, enjoying every big tackle and spectacular goal as the teams fight it out for glory. There will be plenty of food, drinks, and entertainment with DJs spinning tunes. On England match days Central Park will be buzzing with fans, and extra entertainment including DJs, competitions, giveaways and more. Each game will also feature banter and match analysis from a genuine football legend, with Paul Merson, Ian Holloway, and Matt Le Tissier already confirmed for Brighton.

A wide selection of premium spirits, guest cocktails and craft beer amongst beverages mean Central Park will be the place to sip in the sun this summer. 

Tequila lovers will be rejoicing as Central Park has an official partnership with Cazcabel. As well as some must try tequila based cocktails they will be serving their notorious flavoured tequilas honey, blanco, coconut and including the much loved coffee flavoured tequila. 

Asahi and a selection of craft beer on tap as well as cider, flavoured cider, 0% beer as well as a selection of wines & prosecco join premium spirits such as Duppy Share Rum, Cut To The Spice Rum, Hennessy cognac, Redwood Empire whiskies, Ballantine's Scotch, Beefeater Gin and Finlandia Vodka.

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Look out for what will prove to be the infamous drink of choice this summer in Brighton with Central Park's Three Lions Rum Punch... Expect it to deliver its own kick or two come Kick Off.

With more to be announced, Central Park is set to become the ultimate destination over the summer. Whether it’s music, football, or both, fans can grab their friends and hang out all day in the Brighton sunshine enjoying unrivalled vibes and top-class entertainment from start to finish.