Established Bournemouth nightlife entrepreneurs join forces to produce Noon ‘till Moon, a brand new social event at 10 Castle Street, Cranborne on Saturday 29th June 2019.
A boutique one-day gathering at a totally unique location, Noon ’til Moon will make use of a stunning house, and its impeccable grounds, at what is set to be one of the social events of the year.
Bournemouth-based nightlife entrepreneurs, Benjamin Reynolds and Joshua Simons, have joined forces to produce an event celebrating music, food, drink, and fashion, for up to 1,000 like-minded guests, from midday-11pm.
Benjamin Reynolds comments: “Myself and Josh go way back to 2005, when I started promoting nightclub events and hosted Monday nights at 2020, a famous club at the time. Since then, I’ve gone on to open my own venues, including The Lost Paradise Bar in Bournemouth. We’re excited to be joining forces for this new-concept event at 10 Castle Street, bringing our teams and ideas together to create something special for guests.
Attendees can expect a high-energy curation of live bands, DJs and alternative entertainment, alongside a high-quality selection of food and drink, spread across multiple lawns, and the house itself.
“Enjoy a high-energy curation of live bands, DJs and alternative entertainment, alongside a high-quality selection of food and drink, spread across multiple lawns, and the house itself.”
Sponsors and partners include Veuve Clicquot, Mercedes-Benz of Poole, Saxe Coburg, Press Play Rosé, House & Lifestyle Magazine and Belvedere Vodka. Confirmed acts include Jimmy’s House Band, Brit-School graduate Cat Burns, producer Highness, who was recently signed by Universal Music, MOBO and Brit Award winner Shola Ama, DJ James Herkes, well-known local performer Chris Payn, and many more already confirmed.
Joshua Simons comments: “Noon ’til Moon is taking shape nicely. To have secured Veuve Clicquot as a headline partner is a major coup for the event in our first year. We have 11 hours of entertainment planned for guests, with a cross-genre mix of music and styles, and have already secured some incredible talent. We’re excited to see this new concept event develop.”
Grade II listed 10 Castle Street is situated on the edge of Cranborne Chase in Dorset. The area was a favourite of medieval kings as a hunting ground and also has links to Thomas Hardy’s classic novel – Tess of the D’Urbervilles.
a. 10 Castle Street, Cranborne, Dorset