Events at Clifton Park

Events at Clifton Park

Monthly social bike ride

Date: 12th June 2016 - 14th August 2016

On this day every month

Location: Clifton Park

Time: 10:30 - 12:30

Cost: Free

A steady-paced guided ride, mainly off road.

Guided Sky bike ride
Cyclists on a guided ride

A monthly bike ride along the Trans Pennine Trail towards Sheffield. There will be a short on-road section, children are welcome if accompanied by a responsible adult.

Meet at Clifton Park Garden House at 10.30am.

Your bike must be roadworthy with functioning brakes.

Proms in the Park

Date: 10th September 2016

Location: Clifton Park

Time: 19:00 - 22:00

Cost: £20

Join us for a special evening of wonderful classical music at Proms in the Park featuring the Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra.

Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra at Proms in the Park
Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra at Proms in the Park

The Music Marquee at Rotherham Show will play host to Proms in the Park performed by Sheffield Philharmonic Orchestra. The concert will have magnificent music, accompanied by soloists which include Matthew Palmer (Baritone), Sarah Blood (Soprano) and Charlotte Kenny (Soprano).

All proceeds from the ticket sales go to The Titans Foundation and The Friends of Rotherham Music.

Tickets are on sale via the Rotherham Theatres Box Office.

Book tickets online

Call the Box Office on 01709 823621

Rotherham Fake Festival 2016

Date: 18th June 2016

Location: Clifton Park

Time: 12:30 - 23:00

Cost: Please see description below for more details

Fake Festivals are back at Clifton Park for 2016, with a killer line-up of tribute bands!

Join us for a fun packed day of live music, which is suitable for all the family.

The very best 'fake' Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters and U2 are guaranteed to blow the marquee roof off during their evening performances. Plus, five of your top local bands will play the big stage during the afternoon. Food is available to buy on the day and there will be a well-stocked licensed bar inside a giant marquee.

Get your family and friends together for a day of live music, and enjoy a party late into the evening!

Don't miss this event, Fake Festivals can't wait to be back in Rotherham.


Early Bird tickets are on sale now until Wednesday 18 May: Adult 18+ years £16.50, Young* 10-17 years £9, Family* (2 Adults and 2 Young) £42.

Advanced: Adult £21, Young* £11, Family* £53 (Available until Friday 17 June).

On the door: Adult £25, Young* £15. Children* 0-9 years are always free, no ticket needed.

*Under 18 year olds must be accompanied by a paid adult to enter the festival.

"Family" tickets are ticket bundles containing 2 Adults (18+ years) and 2 Young (10-17 years) tickets (allowing entry at different times) and are only available from the Fake Festivals website.

To find out more information and book tickets - go to the Fake Festivals website

Teddy Bears Picnic

Date: 3rd August 2016

Location: Clifton Park

Time: 11:00 - 14:00

Cost: Free

Come along to a Teddy Bears Picnic with fun activities suitable for all ages. Meet us at the bowling greens near the Museum.

Teddy Bears Picnic
Teddy Bears Picnic in Clifton Park

Hosted by Willmott Dixon Partnerships. Bring your picnic and join in the fun activities that include face painting, lob-a-loo-roll and Teddy Bears Corner.

Bring your own Teddy Bear and tell us what makes him or her so special in the 'Teddy Bear Story Corner'.

A prize for the best Teddy Bear story will be given on the day. Everyone welcome, young and old.

For more information or to register your interest email Willmott Dixon

The Battle of the Somme Film, 1916

Date: 27th July 2016

Location: Clifton Park

Time: 13:00 - 14:30

Cost: Free

Commissioned by the War Office and shown in cinemas in 1916, this original films presents footage of the first major offensive of the First World War

Somme 100 Film
Somme 100 Film

The film is screened as part of a number of events and exhibitions focussing on a local soldier, Captain Vivian Simpson, who fought at the Battle of the Somme in World War One.

No booking is required. The film lasts roughly 1 hour and 30 minutes.

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