7 Decades of Music Festival Saturday 04 June 2022 15:00 Sun Corner and Queen Elizabeth II Field

Gates Open from 2pm • Festival Starts 3pm • Festival Ends 10pm

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Entry Tickets

Under 5's are FREE and do not require a ticket
Section Description Price Booking fee Quantity
Entry Tickets Adult or Child (5 years plus) £10.00 £1.00
Entry Tickets Family Ticket 2 Adults and 2 Children £30.00 £1.70

7 Decades of Music Festival celebrating the 70 yrs of the Queens reign.

Live bands playing music from each decade starting with the 50’s ( Swing Big Band) and running through to the 2020’s.

Family event supporting local and international charities with on site refreshments Beer/ Prosecco and many food outlets.

Event runs from 3pm until 10pm. Some car parking on Site but other parking is available in the town centre and railway station .

Sun Corner and Queen Elizabeth II Field - Billericay, Essex, CM12 9JZ


Sun Corner and Queen Elizabeth II Field is well served by local transport routes including road, train and bus from across Essex.
We recommend that local people walk to and from the venue and people coming from further afield either car share or consider using public transport as the road network will be busier than normal, diversions will be in place for some local roads, and parking is limited.


We are in discussions with NCP to provide us with up to 300 free spaces at Billericay Station Car Park and there will be a further 220 free spaces behind Iceland in the High Street. There is also limited disabled parking available on-site accessible from the Western Road End of London Road.


The number 100 bus runs between Chelmsford, Galleywood, Stock and Billericay rail station; from the opposite direction, the same service runs from Lakeside, Grays, Stanford-le-Hope, Corringham and Basildon in to Billericay rail station. Please check the full timetable before travelling.


Billericay rail station, which is close to High Street and a short walk from the Soapbox event, is on the main line between Southend Victoria and London Liverpool Street, with trains stopping frequently at Stratford, Ilford, Seven Kings, Goodmayes, Chadwell Heath, Romford, Gidea Park, Brentwood, Harold Wood and Shenfield; from Southend, the stops include Rochford, Hockley, Rayleigh and Wickford.