Tomorrow's Ghosts Festival
26-28 October 2018
SIVLive and Absinthe Promotions are really excited to announce that, as part of Whitby’s Goth Festival this October the Pavilion will be hosting TOMORROW'S GHOSTS Festival from Friday 26th – Sunday 28th October 2018
There is much to look forward to!
Over the weekend we will be bringing you Fields of the Nephilim, Paradise Lost, The Eden House, Salvation, The Society and Sometime The Wolf.
In addition to these great bands, the Dark Days Alternative Market will run from Friday to Sunday with many stalls full of beautiful, creative and unusual finds!
On the Saturday afternoon, The Sophie Lancaster Foundation will be screening the film Black Roses along with a Q&A with Sophie's Mum, Sylvia to support their campaign.
There will also be films screened across the weekend in the theatre to tantalize horror fans.
Read the press release from the organisers of Tomorrow's Ghosts Festival
Weekend Tickets for Tomorrow’s Ghosts will go onsale on Friday 13th July and day tickets will go onsale Wednesday 1st August.
They will be available from the Whitby Pavilion Box Office, www.whitbypavilion.co.uk, www.sivtickets.com, and all other SIVLive counter and online outlets across the region.
Ticket prices will be £58 for a weekend ticket and £35 for a day ticket.
If you purchase in person from the Whitby Pavilion there will be no booking fee charge, however depending on your chosen delivery method tickets may be subject to a fulfilment fee. All other outlets will be subject to a 10% booking fee so ticket prices via those outlets will be £63.80 and £38.50.
Age Restrictions: No under 14s will be allowed entry to this festival, and all children must be accompanied by an adult 18 or over. No refunds will be given to those found to be underage. I appreciate there will be some who are disappointed by this decision but it has been made within the best interest of children and their safety.
For more information and the latest updates please visit www.tomorrowsghosts.co.uk
Band Performance Days:
Friday 26 October:
The Eden House
Saturday 27 October:
Fields of the Nephilim
Sometime The Wolf