East Surrey




Littleton Manor Farm
Flanchford Road

Date(s) - 27-August-2016 to 28-August-2016
12:00 am

Littleton Manor Farm

Breakthrough artists and local talent to take the stage at 8th P4P Reigate charity music festival

This year, the Patrick Evans Foundation’s ‘P4P’ offers its most diverse line-up to date to kick-start the charity’s eighth annual family-focused music festival.  Drawing together up-and-coming signed artists with Glastonbury debut acts and local talent, the two day event offers fun for the August Bank Holiday weekend.

P4P Live Music - Smokos

Drawing together live music with craft stalls, local catering and overnight camping, P4P will be hosted at the unique Littleton Manor Farm. The fields will be transformed into a community-oriented festival venue with intimate performances on the acoustic stage, as well as a wealth of diverse acts on the main stage.

Opening the event on Saturday 27th August will be local singer and songwriter, Milly McCarron, who will bring her self-written lyrics and smooth covers to the acoustic tent. Among others, she will be joined by BBC Introducing artists, Martin Luke Brown with his soulful, gritty voice, and Nick Edward Harris, acclaimed by both Clash Music and Q Magazine.

Sunday 28th August will be headlined by quintet, Victoria, who made their Glastonbury debut in 2016 after supporting Newton Faulkner’s 2015 tour. Also on stage will be Lauren Ray, whose first album launched in July and has since been called “out of this world” and an “exceptional songwriter”. Other performances include rock bands The Poet Junkies and Chasin Vegas as well as the sublime Hope, Lauren Rich, Andrew Maxwell Morris and Fjorka.

Patrick Evans Foundation co-founder and Reigate local, Louise Evans, will curate the event with the support of a team of volunteers. “P4P stands for Party for Patrick. We set up the event eight years ago as a celebration of life, and the coming together of likeminded, positive people. The festival’s growth has been unprecedented, and it is now a platform for blossoming vocal talent as well as for local craftspeople.”

Tickets for P4P are available exclusively from http://www.patrickevansfoundation.co.uk/p4p. The festival is 100% run by a dedicated team of volunteers, and all proceeds help to fund projects which benefits those who live in the community.

Accessibility: Please note this is a limited accessibility venue.  We apologise in advance for any inconvenience. All under 18s attending P4P must be accompanied by an adult ticket holder aged 25 or over.

Tickets: Day tickets available from £20 and weekend tickets available from £25, including free camping. Family tickets also available, all via http://www.patrickevansfoundation.co.uk/p4p until midnight Friday 26th August. Under 5s do not require a ticket. 

Saturday 27 August

Doors: 3pm – 11pm

Facilities: Camping; P4P2016 Craft Village; children’s activities including bouncy castle, face painting, games and arts & crafts; Picnic space; cakes and goodies at a ‘Tea4P’ tent; cocktail bar, parking

Line-up: Milly McCarron, Nick Edward Harris, The Soul Searchers, Joe Waller, Frankie Furlow, Suzie Lopez, Martin Luke Brown.

Saturday 28 August

Doors: 10am – 11pm

Facilities: Camping; P4P2016 Craft Village; children’s activities including bouncy castle, face painting, games and arts & crafts; Picnic space; cakes and goodies at a ‘Tea4P’ tent; cocktail bar, parking

Line-up: Hope, Sarah Lappert, Lauren Ray, Milly McCarron, Joe Garvey, Kascar Street Band, Andrew Maxwell Morris, Fjorka, Chasin Vegas, Alexx, Van Susans, The Poet Junkies, Victoria, Flanchford, Unprovoked, Lauren Rich, On The Run.

The Patrick Evans Foundation’s charitable goals are to help those suffering from illness and disease, support individuals and families dealing with bereavement and loss, create healthy sporting opportunities for young people, and to promote awareness of safety in sporting activities. Recent projects have included:

  • Working with The Children’s Trust in Tadworth to sponsor music sessions for children with brain injuries.
  • Funding a heart screening day for CRY (Leatherhead based charity who test for cardiac risk in the young).
  • Purchasing a medical cooler for use in prostate cancer screening for the Sutton-based Institute of Cancer Research.
  • Supporting training and coaching for Rugby in local schools (Reigate Collage and St Bede’s School in Redhill) as well as Cricket and IT training for disadvantaged children in Vauxhall.
  • Contributing to the purchase of a Refrigerated Cooling System – equipment used by cancer sufferers who are undergoing chemotherapy to prevent hair loss – which was donated to Ashford & St Peter’s NHS Foundation Trust.