Folkestone’s restored Harbour Arm is a beautiful promenade out at sea with a world-class view. Formerly a ferry port, Folkestone Harbour Arm is now home to a growing collection of independent businesses that has become a centre for food, drink and entertainment in Kent;
the Garden of England.
The Goods Yard is the Harbour Arm’s events venue. It is open-air, partially sheltered and fully seated. The acts will perform on a covered stage under the Harbour Screen.
Saturday 9th September: Gates open from 6pm and closes by 10pm
Sunday 10th September: Gates open from 6pm and closes by 10pm
Showtimes to be announced
From the M20, leave the motorway at Junction 13 and follow the signs for Folkestone Harbour.
There is parking available on site as well as several alternative car parks in the locality.
Vehicles Minimum Payment £3.40 (for up to 2 hours)
Then £1.70 per hour up to 8 hours. All Day £14.00 (over 8 hours)
There is a bus stop at the bottom of the Old High Street serviced by Stagecoach buses 72, 100, 101 and 102.
Folkestone’s main bus station is in the centre of town, a 15 minute walk away.
The nearest station is Folkestone Central. The walk to the Harbour Arm is approximately 25 minutes and is signposted for pedestrians.