Date(s) - 27/07/2012 - 29/07/2012
The Royal Norfolk Hotel
Free Admission to all ROX events.
Friday 27th. July – doors open at 18.30hrs
To coincide with the opening Friday night of the 2012 Olympics, ROX will relay excerpts of the Stadium Opening Ceremony on its big screen.
Latest reports suggest the £27m London Olympics Extravaganza Show directed by Danny Boyle (Trainspotting & Slum Dog Millionaire) is expected to commence broadcast from 21.00hrs.The Big Screen plus an evening’s Live Entertainment, Refreshment & Food stalls and Licensed bar will be situated on the lawns of the iconic seafront Royal Norfolk Hotel on The Esplanade, Bognor Regis.
Saturday 28th July
ROX starts at 13.00hrs with all four performance stages dedicated to showcasing a huge variety of Live Music from all over the region, plus the usual Festival mix of trading stalls, food and refreshment, licensed bars, and fun stuff to do.
A Classical Youth Music Day featuring pupils of The Regis School of Music takes place 13.00 – 18.00 inside the Royal Norfolk Hotel.
Sunday 29th July
From 13.00hrs a total of five different performance stages at ROX will be fully active all day. Dozens of varied artistes & bands, young and old, will be strutting their stuff on the:-
Arena Stage 13.00 – 22.30
The Concept Audio Stage 13.00 – 19.00
and The Secret Garden Stage 13.00 – 19.00
Headlining – The Selecter
Another packed Classical Music programme (generously sponsered by Clayden Jewellers of The Arcade, Bognor Regis) will take place in the comfort of the Royal Norfolk Hotel 13.00 – 18.00.
With the addition of The Bognor Soul and Ska DJ Revue on top of The Pier, courtesy of Vision nightclub, legendary Bognor Regis DJ Eddie Stenner has brought together an unprecedented selection of top soul, funk, jazz & mod DJ’s from all over the South Coast to spin vinyl all day (from 14.00hrs) until the Festival’s aftershow party kicks off at 22.30hrs in a fitting celebration of Bognor’s rich history of musical talent and ground breaking nightclubs and DJ’s remembered from the 1960′s to the present day.