Beach Break Forced To Move To kent

June 10, 2009 by  


With just seven days unitll the festival was due to start, Beach Break Live were dealt a huge blow by Cornwall council last weekend when planning permission for the event was rejected.

Since then organisers have been looking for a new site and have confirmed that the Port Lympne Safari Park in Kent will be the home of Beach Break Live 09.

A spokesperson for the event said, ‘After coming face to face with the prospect of extinction, we followed our animal instincts and headed across the UK in search of safety. Bursting out of the undergrowth amongst the rhino?s, tigers, monkeys, lions and a whole host of other completely splendid looking creatures, Beach Break Live is currently erupting in a blossoming safari spectacular?

‘Now based in the Garden of England, Kent, set in 600 stunning acres, including the lush grounds of Port Lympne Mansion with sea views, Beach Break Live 2009 is about to deliver a legendary festival of revolutionary spirit?.