Party in the Park takes places on Saturday 10th July 2021 on the Millennium field.


As well as a fully licensed bar and Pig Roast, there will also be a great selection of live music, a childrens’ entertainer, fireworks and the traditional Proms Finale.


Acts this year are: -

To follow - watch this space as the acts are announced


Frequently Asked Questions




Do I need a ticket for the event?

Adults need a valid ticket to gain entrance. No Ticket = No Entry

Children under 16 can enjoy free admission to the event when accompanied by an adult


Do children need a ticket?

Children under 16 can enjoy free admission to the event when accompanied by an adult


How much are tickets and where can I get them from?

Tickets cost £10 and are available from The Oak public house, Baginton Village Stores and Baginton British Legion Club. Payment is by cash only. This year you will not be able to buy tickets at the gate on the day.


What time do gates open?

Entry for ticket holders is from 4pm

There is no early entry allowed to set up gazebos etc


Are dogs allowed?

Assistance dogs only


Can I bring a gazebo?

There is limited space for those wishing to set up small gazebos. This is on a first come first served basis from 4pm only


Can I have a BBQ/fire?

The use of BBQs, fire pits etc on the Millennium Field is prohibited


Where can I park?

Car parking on the field costs £3. NO TRAILERS ALLOWED

Alternative car parking is available at The Oak public house

Please be considerate to local residents when parking


Can I buy a ticket for/book a car parking space on the field?

Car parking on the field for £3 is on a first come first served basis on the day and cannot be pre-booked. 

When can I collect my car from the field?

Cars left on the field overnight need to be collected between 10am and midday on Sunday 12th July. A fine may be incurred outside of these times.


Can I camp overnight?

Camping overnight on the Millennium Field is prohibited


What happens if I get injured at the event?

First Aid is located next to the entrance gate


What happens if I lose or damage my property?

We are sorry if any of your personal property is lost or damaged at the event. Baginton Events cannot be held responsible for this.

When volunteers are clearing up after the event, any property found will be taken to The Oak public house.


Can I get my money back for tickets if I can’t come?

Tickets are non-refundable


Can we bring a ball to play with?

Ball games are only permitted outside of the main area


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