Sir Tom Jones heading to Dreamland for Summer Series gig

Sir Tom Jones

Legendary Welsh singer Tom Jones joins the line-up for this year’s Margate Summer Series.

The International icon will be heading to Dreamland Margate for a huge outdoor show on Friday 28 July.

Tickets go on general sale this Friday 3 February at 10am via

Sir Tom Jones continues to sustain his popularity around the world, captivating audiences with his timeless discography of hit songs and enduring talent and charisma.

With a remarkable career spanning over six decades, Sir Tom is widely considered to be one of the greatest singers and recording artists of all time, selling over 100 million records and continuing as an esteemed and influential figure in the music industry.

Having first performed at Dreamland Margate in the 1960s, Tom Jones returns this summer. Tickets are from £49.50 plus booking fee.

Margate Summer Series will also host the Funk & Soul Weekender next summer, along with even more huge headline gigs from Bastille, McFly, Primal Scream and Happy Monday, Olly Murs and The Streets. Tickets for these shows are on sale now.


2 – 4 June                             The Soundcrash Funk & Soul Weekender

1 July                                     Bastille

7 July                                     McFly

28 July                                  Tom Jones

5 August                              Primal Scream & Happy Mondays

25 August                            Olly Murs

26 August                            Hacienda Classical

Margate Summer Series presents Tom Jones, with tickets on general sale Friday 3 February at 10am via

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  1. Are we witnessing the end of Dreamland Amusement Park and the continued expansion of Music Festivals whereby potentially a more viable use of the land is made. A slow transition into the next phase of this site.

    • It seems that way. I think moving forward there will be a token theme park and a vision of having being a well known music venue attracting big artists. We all get nostalgic about the theme park, but to make something like that pay for itself 10 weeks of the year on its own is tough in the world we are in now.

      You can charge up to a £100 for a music ticket, but not much more than £15 for a theme park entry. Plus up to 15,000 people in the venue at one time spending money on food and multiple expensive drinks. No brainer really

      • 15 quid for a theme park ticket ? When was the last time you went its nearer 100 quid per head.

        Mine you I am talking proper theme parks not dreamland.

  2. i would sooner shove a wasp up me ar*e , he just dont know when its time to call it a day , i hope he manages to dodge the old pairs of drawers if they still throw them at him.his followers must be in thier eighties

  3. I wonder if he’ll sing Delilah? It’s been acceptable since 1968, now suddenly it’s not! 🙁
    Get real people! As an analogy, should all violent thrillers be banned from TV too? Delilah is a song! It’s not any more real than a play!

  4. Poor old Tom just doesn’t know when to call it a day. You’ve got to hand it to him though for continuing to cash in despite being perhaps an octogenarian and way past his best.

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