Dirty Sterling played for the final time on Saturday 13th May at The Lincoln Imp in Ashby.
Next Saturday, popular local band Dirty Sterling will take to the stage at The Lincoln Imp for the last time. Continue reading SOLD OUT -Dirty Sterling // The Final Gig
Last week the popular local band, Dirty Sterling announced their split. Continue reading Dirty Sterling Split //Sad News for fans
Please bare in mind the Party In the Pines team already have a lot on their plate and a lot of work to do so try make their life a bit easier by reading before asking questions.
I.e if the rules say no fire….no you can’t take your hob. If the rules say no glass…then no you can’t bring your new glass cocktail set. Don’t be silly, read the rules 🙂 Continue reading FAQ PARTY IN THE PINES 2016
On Saturday 6th December local solo musician Jay Cressey has organised a full afternoon of live music entertainment from himself and a variety of other local artists. The event will take place at The Piped Piper on Willoughby Road in Scunthorpe. Starting at 2pm right through to 12am.
The event is family fun for the afternoon with music, a clown and children’s face painting among other things going on. There will be a bar and raffle and the cause Jay has chosen to donate to will be Lindsey Lodge Hospice.
The Line up so far is as follows:
(Not exact order but as shown on poster)
The band have previously supported the likes of Catfish And The Bottleman, Reverend & The Makers and The Sunshine Underground, playing festivals and venues across the country, gaining a strong fan base.
The band have recently recorded their debut album which will be released early next year, but the aim is to promote this single as the alternative and unsigned Christmas number 1 campaign.
For info and bookings contact:
Dirty Sterling Band Manager
we’re on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DirtySterling
The sun beaming through the trees and people just relaxing and listening to the music, taking in a beer or too. From previous Pines it’s always a pattern of how the day goes over at the main stage especially.
People turn up in friend groups pitch a seat, set down the cooler box and face the stage. People taking it steady and enjoying the weather. At first arrival to pines you can be mistaken to think you’re in for something quite mellow but once the sun goes down and the lazers and stage lighting comes on the par lovers jump to life. Filling the clearing with singing, dancing and beaming smiles of enjoyment.
The day appeared to go pretty smooth and everyone we met were very friendly and having a good time. The new toilet arrangement is probably not the most exciting thing to talk about but it was a massive improvement. The Pines team have worked hard to build a new toilet block and kudos to those two ladies who sat outside it all day with girls toilet essentials for nothing but donations in a bucket.
The festival spirit was high and both stages were outstanding in organisation and arrangement. The main stage ran by Brad from Acid Peacock promotions saw a smooth stream of Indie bands take to the stage. Including bands locally and further a far. Dirty Sterling as always had us and every other Party In The Pines fan up at the front. It is a little harder in the daytime to draw in a front of stage crowd to bands but you could tell everyone was taking it in and from the comments on social media people found clear favourites in the line up. I can’t go into every band as there were quite a lot but I can say they all did a great set.
The Hardr:ve arena continued filling up throughout the day and as the night went on it went from chilling on the grass to a hardcore rave. Even for someone like myself that wouldn’t particularly chose to listen to that kind of music it just didn’t really matter because the vibes alone and the hype was just phenomenal and people were pretty friendly chatting to people they didn’t know making new friends and having a dance. There for the music! The fire dancers in particular were a great touch to the stage and atmosphere and the guy in the crowd with the idea to bring flares “Brilliant”. That gave people some great photos.
Non of us took many photos really but this is only a good sign, we really didn’t have time. We went to enjoy ourselves and that’s what we did.
People are already asking when the next installment of Party In The Pines will be. After this success it just keeps getting bigger.
Over the next couple of days you will see a survey emerge from Scunthorpe Nights. We have been requested by the Organisers at Party In The Pines that we do a detailed survey so results can be analysed and recorded for future events. Find out any high points/low points, what you would like to see at the next one, any suggestions you may have, what you enjoyed most. So please keep an eye out and give the team some feedback.
Keep sending in your photos it’s great to see them all taking over the Facebook and twitter feeds. Send us your photos to www.facebook.com/wearescunnynights and we will use them on our article.
On behalf of the Pines team we would like to thank each and everyone of the people involved in making the event. A lot of hard work went into it and also to thank you the people for coming and supporting the event. And if you enjoyed it then I guess we will #seeyouinthetrees again.
Here are some tweets:
Really enjoyed myself at party in the pines . It was great to be back on the stage entertaining all the fans.
Has a great day yesterday at
@PartyInThePines thx @Acidpeacock Highlights were @_NoHotAshes @TurrentineJones @orphanboyuk @DirtySterling
@PartyInThePines was amazing last night. Dirty Sterling rocked it
@PartyInThePines was amazing yesterday. It’s done me in now though @nataliehawley
My sister took just under 5 hours to walk home from party in the pines in the rain with a short stop at McDonald’s,
Party in the pines was crazy! Such a good night!
Saturday 9th August 2014 the biggest local festival kicks off it’s second event of the summer season. Situated between Broughton & Appleby.
How Much is it and where can I get a ticket ? £20 & tickets are still available from Celebrate Partyshop Robert Street or SEE TICKETS ONLINE
(Fee’s Apply to Online Booking)
Can I pay on the gate? Yes for £30. Gate tickets will be limited availability, so get there early or better still save yourself £10 and get one from Celebrate Partyshop beforehand.
When can I camp? 10am Saturday to Anytime Sunday
I haven’t received my online ticket purchase yet? Don’t worry just make sure you keep your booking information.Tickets are sent out a couple of days before the event. In the unlikely event you do not receive yours, Message the Party In The Pines Facebook page and bring your ticket reservation number on the day.
Can I bring my own beer or do I have to buy it from the bar? Pines operated on a bring your own drink policy, where as other small festivals strongly state you must not bring your own food or drink onto site but Party In The Pines aren’t here to rip you off at £5 a pint. Instead for £5 at the bar there is usually a x3 can deal all nice and cold. So you decide bring your own or buy at the bar or both.
Can I bring glass bottles on site? Nope, One they are more dangerous so being health & safety conscious. Also harder to get rid of. Where as cans are much easier to recycle and plastic bottles. So bringing a spirit onto the site? Then please tip it into a plastic bottle at home.
(Please use bins provided to discard of your rubbish)
What time does it start and end? Bands and DJ’s will be performing in the main arena from 12pm to 12am
Why does it finish at 12am? Due to noise restrictions which effect local villages.
Why can’t I bring a caravan? Space is the answer to this, if there were too many caravans the site would fill quickly & there are no hook ups. Camper vans are permitted.
Can we have a BBQ or Fire? Due to fire risks these will not be permitted. Food vans will be on site for your catering needs or feel free to bring a picnic. There should be a BBQ area set up in the main arena for safe cooking. (Please note they say no fires because it is a woodland and very dry grass if someone were to have an accident it could spread.)
What facilities are there? A brand new girls toilet block has been built by the Pines team for this event. There will be no shower facilities but there is running water on site. (So if you’re desperate get a cup and throw it on yourself)
How can I get there? The easiest and cheapest option is to drive, park and camp. But Taxi firms are aware of The Party In The Pines location from previous event pick up and drop offs. Ocean Taxis & Ashby Cars usually offer pre booked discounts. The site is closer to Appleby end of Ermine Street rather than Broughton end. This means you can get a bus to Broughton but it is quite a trek. Buses to Appleby do not run on this date (We checked for you).
What happens if I am caught without my wristband on site? You will be taken to the organisers and asked to pay the gate price of £30 or to leave. Please wear your wrist band at all times.
The event is open to over 18’s only due to licensing.
Official Site Rules
Party In The Pines is situated in a private woodland clearing. Whilst driving past Broughton onto Appleby you will see the sign posted entrance to enter the parking & camping site. Once you have parked and pitched you can make your way to the main arena.
As you walk through the woodland area you will then come to the clearing the Hardr:ve stage will be situated here and across the other side of the clearing is the Main band stage and main DJ stage. VIEW THE LINE UP HERE
Stay safe, Have fun & be nice.
Please drink responsibly we don’t want it to ruin yours or anyone elses fun.
On the day if you take any photos/videos be sure to hash tag on twitter with #PITP or #Broughton
On Facebook you can share to Party In The Pines
Party in the Pines reserve all rights to eject someone from the premise. This means if you are caught stealing, vandalism, fighting or sneaking in where you shouldn’t be. And may result in a permanent ban from any future events.
Wow well if you weren’t already getting enough for your ticket price. With your bring your own drinks, Free camping, Free Parking, DJ stage & Main stage acts, the Party In The Pines team along with Acid Peacock have sourced you some more top talent to expand your line up.
Which Band/DJ are you most looking forward to?
So meet the new additions:
The Slow Readers Club are a Manchester based Indie / Electro band who’s output ranges from insanely catchy upbeat indie to angry, introspective downbeat ballads. Their music has drawn comparisons with Interpol, The Killers and Arcade Fire.
Their critically acclaimed Debut album released in May 2012 and has had airplay on BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing, NME, Q Radio and NME TV, Sky Sports and ITV.
Their youtube channel has seen 155,707 views to date helped in no small part by the video for ‘Block out the Sun’ featuring on Coldplay’s website.
(Forever In Your Debt)
Turrentine Jones are a three piece band formed in Manchester, UK. http://www.turrentinejones.co.uk Glamorous, sleazy, sexy, Turrentine Jones was brought together by a mutual love of Stax Records.
The anchors of the Turrentine Jones sound are Julian Neville, whose slicing, fuzzed riffs draw a comparison to Steve Cropper, and Thomas Scotson, who provides much of the groove with his floating organ lines.
Artists they also like: The Animals, Lou Reed, The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, The Black Keys, Booker T & the MGs, The Seeds, The Mar-Keys
(Slam The Door – official video)
No Hot Ashes
FULL LINE UP:
- The Sunshine Underground
- Dirty Sterling
- Orphan Boy
- Paris XY
- Native Braves
- No Hot Ashes
- Twisted Revolution
- Turrentine Jones
- The Slow Readers Club
- DJ Sy
- Mzone & MC Space
- Mark EG
- Jonny El & Fastraxx
- Brux & MC Rhycharm
- Jay Barley
- Sean Mallen
- Shaun Crellin
- A Man Called Sam
- Stig vs. KS1
- The MK One
- Owen More
Party In The Pines Scunthorpe have kindly given us TWO FREE TICKETS TO GIVE AWAY.
So it’s easy…There are two instructions…
- COMMENT THE ORIGINAL POST/IMAGE pinned to the top of our page to ensure entry. (commenting on someone elses re share may mean we can’t see your comment.)
- SHARE THE IMAGE/POST
When we say comment it can be a smiley face or a long explanation of why you want to go to Pines it’s completely up to you.
Please make sure you comment the original image pinned to the top of theScunthorpe Nights facebook page else we may not find your comment and then you won’t get a chance to save £40 and the best local festival experience. Remember #ADULTSONLY
Celebrate are also doing a share & win but this is a second opportunity so have ago at both and double your chances.
Good Luck & Thanks for Following us Watch out for more prizes to come just to thank you for sharing and liking our constant posts.