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Camp Bestival takeover for Easter weekend at Dreamland, Margate

By Angela Cole

The UK’s favourite family festival - Camp Bestival - has de-camped to Margate for the whole of the Easter holidays, but now the heat is being turned up this weekend as it stages a takeover.

After reopening for the season and bringing with it the 8m tall Love Bot, the world’s biggest bouncy castle and a Bollywood tent, there’s more music mayhem coming for Easter Sunday, April 21.

The all-day party has been curated by Family da Bank - founder and DJ Rob da Bank and his family team - and features live music from funk legends The Cuban Brothers, as well as Soup Of Jurassic 5 Presents: Fullee Love Collective, Dat Brass and Mr B the Gentleman Rhymer, as well as 40s jazz sensation Miss Kiddy and The Cads and the Kent Soul Choir.

Rob and Josie da Bank with the Love Bot
Rob and Josie da Bank with the Love Bot

There will also be a DJ barbecue, roller disco and Magnificent Beings.

Camp Bestival has been named Best Family Festival at the UK Festival Awards five times and is held at the end of July on the Dorset coast.

Camp Bestival will stage an Easter takeover at Dreamland
Camp Bestival will stage an Easter takeover at Dreamland

Those in need of relaxation can dive into the pop-up Sleep Retreat with yoga, gong baths and meditation from local relaxation experts, while other activities include arts, crafts and creative workshops for youngsters.

The world's biggest bouncy castle is at Dreamland
The world's biggest bouncy castle is at Dreamland

Dreamland visitors can get in for free, and pay per ride once inside. Dreamland is open throughout the holidays and then will be open weekends and bank holidays during term time. To find out what’s on go to dreamland.co.uk

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