Boxing Day release of tickets and full line-up for Got The Love Festival

Festival fun

Tickets are due to go on sale for a 90’s and 00’s festival at Quex Park featuring headliners including Blue, Diversity and Vengaboys.

The Got The Love festival takes place at the Birchington venue on May 25 and the full line up and tickets will be released on Boxing Day [December 26]. People are being urged to register on a pre-sale sign up link [see below].

The event will include a host of 90’s and 00’s acts, a secret cinema, gourmet food, VR gaming, retro and vintage stalls and family fun.

Organisers say there have been so many requests for tickets that the sale date has been brought forward from January.

An event spokesperson said: “We were going to wait until the new year to release tickets but we’ve been asked by so many people, we’ve just had to pull it forward. We are so excited for the full line-up.

“The last few years has had more than its fair share of challenges and stress. Got The Love provides an affordable antidote to that – it is a vibrant escape into the joyous rhythms of the past that will bring families and communities together to be uplifted as one.”

To spread  finances  there will be limited access to reduced tickets, saving £29 per ticket.  People who sign-up will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win £1000’s worth of festival goodies including free VIP tickets, bar tab, merch and more and will be the first to hear the next phases of the line-up.

Sign up closes Christmas Eve at 11pm.


The festival will also have a community programme, “Got the Love Where You Live” with a commitment ensuring any impact on the locality of the event is minimised and “there is a legacy that will develop and blossom in-between events.”

The first project will be a series of litter picks in and around Birchington and surrounding areas.

A spokesperson said: “Our second project will be to support the biodiversity of the area with wildflower planting to nurture pollinating insects. Through the provision of millions of seeds and working with local stakeholders, we will identify suitable locations and increase the ecological growth of Thanet.”

Follow Got The Love on Facebook , Instagram and Tik Tok to find out more and get involved.


  1. Away from residential buildings, great parking, 20 minute stroll from trains & buses… an excellent place for open-air concerts!

  2. Anyone that’s had the misfortune to have been to an event at Quex knows it’s a terrible venue. The road network isn’t ideal. The car parks are terribly organised.

    I went to one this year.

    Hopefully they’ll learn lessons and improve how they deal with it moving forward.

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