Hidden Beach in association with the De La Warr Pavilion are extremely proud to present the mighty Jah Shaka in session.

Over 18’s – £20
Under 18’s – £10 (U18’s must have ID)

Group Booking (4 Tickets) – £50 SOLD OUT

This is an all-day event running from 3pm – 10pm.

Readmission up until 7pm. Last entry at 7pm.

All ages welcome. Parents/carers are responsible for their children while at the festival.

Jah Shaka, the spiritual messenger, live and direct at this all-day session overlooking the beach on the De La Warr South Terrace Lawn. This show will be a truly historical moment from one of the most important roots reggae and dub artists ever. Jah Shaka is a composer, musician, singer, mixing engineer, producer, and record label owner.

Jah Shaka’s legendary dubs, spiritual message and chest-rattling sound system have come to symbolize a deeper meaning in sound, spreading his message of love, unity and spirituality for the past 50 years across the globe.



Entry for ticket holders will be from 3pm

Readmission up until 7pm

Last entry at 7pm.


All tickets will be exchanged for a wristband at the entrance of the main building, available from 3pm onwards.

Please wear your wristband at all times.  If you are under 18 then you will be given a different colour wristband.

If you need to collect your tickets on the day, please visit Box Office from 10am during normal opening hours and then exchange for a wristband for entry to the festival.

Bags will be subject to full searches as you enter the venue.


There will be two food stalls available inside the festival:

  • Mumma Putts serving jerk chicken, jollof rice, rice & peas, stew beans, plantain & dumplings.  Excluding the chicken, all other items are vegan
  • Cummin Up serving Caribean food and BBQ jerk pan with salad, rice, vegetables and dumplings on offer

The DLWP Trailer Bar located outside on the terrace will be open from 3pm – 10pm, last orders 9.45pm.

Our bars accept both cash and card payments.


If you are displaying symptoms of Coronavirus, please do not attend.

Please sanitise your hands as you enter the DLWP building.

Should you experience any problems during your visit, please contact the nearest member of the DLWP team as every effort will be made to resolve the issues during the event.

Our festivals are open-air and go ahead come rain or shine – so come prepared! The audience area is not covered.

Please bring appropriate clothing as desired.

Only food and drink purchased at the DLWP can be consumed on the premises. No outside food or drink excluding sealed bottles of water 500ml or less will be permitted. Water refill stations are available on site.

There will be no refunds unless the festival is cancelled.

Our bars accept both cash and card payments for this event.

We strongly advise that you bring some cash on the day. The nearest free cash machine is Santander in Devonshire Road.


Please visit our accessibility page for an overview of access at DLWP here.  Accessible toilets for this event can be located inside the building.

For this event, there will be ramp access, please speak to a member of staff should you have any specific access needs during your visit.


DLWP events are fully inclusive safe spaces for any person to participate and enjoy without fear of feeling marginalised unrepresented, or unwelcome. By entering this space, you agree to respect anybody, attire, gender, sexual orientation, race, belief, and experience that are not your own. We also expect the same courtesy to be afforded to you.

We reserve the right to refuse entry to and/or eject from the event in reasonable circumstances including without limitation for health and safety or licensing reasons; if you behave in a manner which has or is likely to affect the enjoyment of other persons at the event; if you use threatening, abusive or insulting words or mannerisms; if, in our reasonable opinion, you are acting under the influence of alcohol or drugs; if you fail, when required, to produce proof of identity or age; if you refuse to comply with the security searches; if you breach these terms; or if your ticket is void.

We may have a team of sniffer dogs present. If you are lucky enough to see one, please remember they are working and have an important job to do.


Glass (including perfume bottles)
BBQs and camping stoves
Shooting Sticks
Gazebos, pop up tents, freestanding structures
Food, drink or alcohol purchased outside of the event
Weapons – any item which may reasonably be
considered for use as a weapon (includes any item
which may cause danger, offence or disruption to any
other person)
Gas bottles (of any size including Nitrous Oxide)
Animals (except guide dogs or registered hearing dogs)
Flares, fireworks or explosives
Air horns or megaphones
Any goods for unauthorised trading
Audio recorders
Professional cameras, film or video equipment (lenses must be less than 6 inches)
Multi tools or bladed articles
Festival flags with poles
Paper lanterns
Bicycles, scooters, skateboards and roller skates

This is not an exclusive list and the management retain the right to refuse admission


Festival flags without poles
Sealed bottles of water (up to 500ml)


All toilets will be located on the ground floor of Pavilion, including accessible toilets.


The unauthorised use of professional equipment for photographing, recording or transmitting (by digital or other means) any audio, visual or audio-visual material within the venue is strictly forbidden.

By attending this Event, you give your express consent to your actual or simulated likeness to be included within any film, photograph, audio and/or audio-visual recording to be exploited in any and all media for any purpose at any time throughout the world. This includes filming by the police or security staff which may be carried out for the security of customers.