Dreamland gets set to open park for 2024 season


Dreamland will reopen the park for the 2024 season on Good Friday (March 29).

The park will be free to enter and open at weekends and holidays, throughout the season with rides operated on a pay per ride basis. Ride token bundles will be available from the token booths at Dreamland.

New rides for younger family groups will join the line up including the Pirate Ship, Noah’s Ark and Cups and Saucers. The new attractions will sit alongside the Scenic Railway, the Rock n Roller, the Margate Express and the Big Wheel.

Park goers can enjoy the retro Roller Disco, arcade and amusements plus food and drink, provided by street food business KERB in collaboration with LevyUK & Ireland.

Throughout the 2024 season, there will be special themed days and events,  plus free screenings on the Scenic Stage Screen, including family film favourites, vintage cartoons and major sporting events such as the Olympics and Paralympics.

Dreamland CEO Eddie Kemsley said: “We’re all so excited to throw open the doors for the season of ‘24. Behind the scenes, our teams have been busy working hard getting everything ready and planning some great park events.

“The line up of live music we’re bringing to Margate is even bigger than last year, with some amazing acts still to be announced and we’ve got some lovely family rides joining the ride roster, perfect for small funsters.  We can’t wait to welcome everyone back to Dreamland for a jam packed season down by the sea.”

Dreamland’s 2024 music line up includes Status Quo, Simple Minds,  Bryan Adams, Nile Rodgers & Chic and Madness.

Further acts include Elbow, Rudimental, Limp Bizkit, Craig David, Kaiser Chiefs, Suede with Manic Street Preachers, Jess Glynne, Busted, Jack Savoretti, JLS, Richard Ashcroft, IDLES, Paloma Faith and many more.

A full lineup of gigs can be found at www.dreamland.co.uk.

For details of what’s going on at Dreamland, opening times and more information please visit www.dreamland.co.uk

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  1. The amusement park has gone backwards over the last couple of years, you can’t blame everything on COVID. Shockingly awful selection of rides, maybe concentrate a bit more on the amusement park instead of spending all your time on the music venue side.

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