Welcome to the Seven Sea Festival
A festival of the Seven Seas, encompassing world arts, culture, food, and music
19th – 21st May 2017
The Festival is a FREE Event
A great community family day out for tourists and locals alike, there will be something for everyone, of all ages to experience and enjoy.
Gate opening times
Friday 19th May – 12.00 – 22.00
Saturday 20th May – 10.00 – 22.00
Sunday 21st May – 10.00 – 18.00
More Bus FREE Shuttle Bus
Over the weekend As part of our support, More Bus are running a free shuttle bus to all on the Saturday and Sunday of the Poole Maritime Festival which also incorporates the Poole Harbour Boat Show and public festival.
The shuttle bus will operate every half an hour between Poole Rail Station and Poole Quay as one continuous loop, so customers using this service can hop on and off as often as they like.
From 1830 on the Saturday, the shuttle bus will also extend to Port of Poole Park & Ride for customers wishing to collect their cars in the evening.
The Organisers of Seven Seas Festival reserve the right to refuse admission to the ticket holder,
if they are intoxicated, under the influence of drugs or a safety risk to the audience.
Strictly NO illegal substances or ‘Legal Highs’ will be permitted into the site, Possession of either
may lead to your ejection from the festival.
No alcohol or food is permitted to be taken into festival.
NO offensive items – no weapons, knives, petrol or substances hazardous to health
(if found with these, you will be asked to leave the site)
Lost Children, will be taken to the information trailer situated at the main entrance
The Seven Seas Festival is a family friendly festival and children are only permitted at the event
accompanied with an adult,
and must be looked after at all times.
If you look young enough to be under 25, you will be asked for ID, when purchasing alcohol.
We operate the ‘Challenge 25’policy.
All lost property will be taken to the information trailer, situated at the main entrance to the event.
Where to find us
Baiter Harbourside Park, Poole. Dorset