Road closures are in place to support some of the events taking place in and around Brighton & Hove this weekend. We are also expecting a high number of visitors to the city to enjoy all that’s on offer and the road network is expected to be busier than normal.
If you are travelling to the city this weekend, we advise you to plan ahead and allow extra time for travel.
Look out for updates from the police or visit www.trafficengland.com for the latest traffic and travel news across Sussex.
- When: Saturday 1 June (10am to 6pm)
- Where: Kemptown Village along St George's Road and surrounding streets. These roads will be closed off to traffic to support the event.
The Kemptown Carnival will return this Saturday and will play host to artists and musicians across the city.
Since its creation in the mid-1990s, the carnival has provided an opportunity for local businesses and community groups to showcase their talents. Entertainment includes a community parade, live music, street games and performances.
The Lionesses at the Amex
- When: Saturday 1 June (1pm kick-off)
- Where: American Express Community Stadium
Football fans have a unique opportunity to see the England Lionesses in action in Brighton & Hove before they leave for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup this summer.
More than 20,000 fans are set to watch the England Women as they take on New Zealand in their final ‘Road to France’ test at the Amex stadium on Saturday 1 June.
Last week the organisers announced that hundreds of extra seats were being released for Saturday’s game following huge demand for tickets. Adult £10 Concessions: £1
Hells Angels 50th anniversary ride to Brighton
- When: Saturday 1 June (between 2pm and 4.30pm)
- Where: from Pease Pottage to Brighton seafront
The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club (HAMC) ‘Euro Run’ is being hosted in the south of England to mark the 50th anniversary of the HAMC in the UK.
The main event is taking place in East Surrey and is expected to attract riders from all over the world. The event will culminate in a large scale ‘ride out’ of up to 700 motorcycles along the A23 from Pease Pottage to Brighton seafront on the afternoon of Saturday 1 June between 2pm and 4.30pm.
Madeira Drive is being made one-way for the event, with entry at the Palace Pier end and exit at Dukes Mound end. The Black Rock end will be cordoned off.
Anyone planning to travel along the A23 stretch between Gatwick and Brighton on Saturday afternoon needs to allow extra time and consider alternative routes.
Last weekend of Brighton Fringe
The Brighton Fringe will soon draw to a close for another year. Don’t miss out on this weekend’s fringe events which include art exhibitions, a bubble show, Spiegel circus and more!
Brighton Fringe is the largest open-access arts festival in England and is an international festival that is at the same time rooted in the community.