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Swansea Triathlon – Sunday 29th May 2022

Road Closures

The following roads will be closed from 7am to 11am on 29th May 2022;

  • East Burrows Road
  • Westway
  • Dunvant Place
  • Oxford Street
  • Whitewells
  • A4067 Victoria Road
  • Temple Street
  • Cambrian Place
  • A4067 Oystermouth Road
  • Nelson Street
  • Union Street
  • A4607 Mumbles Road

If you have any questions regarding these road closures, please contact the event organiser directly at 01437 765777 or at info@activitywalesevents.com


Major Events – Singleton Park 2022

  • Saturday 4th June – Gerry Cinnamon
  • Friday 29th July – Nile Rogers
  • Saturday 30th July – Anne Marie
  • Sunday 31st July – Paul Weller
  • Saturday 20th August – Escape

Gerry Cinnamon –  Saturday 4th June 2022

Orchard Live presents Gerry Cinnamon live with special guests The Raytons and The Kooks. This event will take place in the middle of Singleton Park.

  • Gates 3pm
  • Entertainment from 4.30pm
  • Curfew 11pm

Access to Singleton Park

  • Work will start in preparing the Park from Friday 20th May. During the build period Singleton Park will remain open as usual, however access to some areas will be restricted and park users may experience a significant increase in vehicular traffic within the park. Please follow the directional and safety signage as appropriate.
  • During the weekend of the concert, the park is likely to be extremely busy; as an alternative residents may find it more convenient to visit a different park in the local area.
  • Works to dismantle the concert arena will start immediately after the event. Weather permitting, the derig will be complete by the 10th June, although there will likely to be some repair works taking place after this

Road Closures, Diversions & Parking Restrictions

In order to safely facilitate the event a number of road closures, traffic diversions and parking restrictions will be in place in the area:

Road closures – Saturday 4th June

  • Brynmill Lane (between Oystermouth Road and Gower Road): 3pm – 11.30pm
  • Gower Road (between Eversley Road and De La Beche Road): 10pm – 11.30pm
  • Mumbles Road (between Sketty Lane and Gorse Lane): 10pm – 11.30pm

Please note these are approximate timings.

Parking restrictions 10am Saturday 4th June – 2am Sunday 5th June

  • De La Beche Road (for it’s entire length, both sides of the carriageway)
  • Gower Road (from its junction with Eversley Road and De La Beche road, both sides of the carriageway)

Police “No parking” cones will be placed along De La Beche Road and Gower Road on the event day. This will prevent indiscriminate parking and therefore hopefully minimise the inconvenience to residents. Residents of De La Beche Road and Gower Road with parking permits affected by the parking restrictions are welcome to park in the car park at the front of Bishop Gore School for the duration of the weekend.

Access will be maintained for the Emergency Services at all times.

For Further Event Information visit HERE


Nile Rogers –  Friday 29th July

Orchard Live presents Nile Rogers Live. This event will take place at the bottom of Singleton Park.

  • Gates open 3pm
  • Entertainment from 4pm
  • Curfew 11pm

Anne Marie –  Saturday 30th July

Orchard Live presents Anne Marie Live. This event will take place at the bottom of Singleton Park.

  • Gates open 4pm
  • Entertainment from 6pm
  • Curfew 11pm

Paul Weller –  Sunday 31st July

Orchard Live presents Paul Weller Live. This event will take place at the bottom of Singleton Park.

  • Gates open 5pm
  • Entertainment from 5.45pm
  • Curfew 11pm

Access to Singleton Park

  • Work will start in preparing the Park from Monday 25th During the build period Singleton Park will remain open as usual, however access to some areas will be restricted and park users may experience a significant increase in vehicular traffic within the park. Please follow the directional and safety signage as appropriate.
  • During the weekend of the concert, the park is likely to be extremely busy; as an alternative residents may find it more convenient to visit a different park in the local area.
  • Works to dismantle the concert arena will start immediately after the event. Weather permitting, the derig will be complete by the 4thAugust, although there will likely to be some repair works taking place after this

Road Closures, Diversions & Parking Restrictions

In order to safely facilitate the event a number of road closures, traffic diversions and parking restrictions will be in place in the area:

Road closures – Friday 29th, Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st July

  • Brynmill Lane (between Oystermouth Road and Bryn Road Roundabout): 12pm – 1am
  • Mumbles Road (between Sketty Lane and Gorse Lane): 10pm – 11.30pm

Please note these are approximate timings

For safety, security and to aid traffic movement in the area we are required to keep some roads free of parked vehicles and therefore there will be parking restrictions and a vehicle tow-away operation taking place on these roads.

Access will be maintained for the Emergency Services at all times.


Escape –  Saturday 20th August

Climax Live presents a comedy night on the Friday evening and Dance music on the Saturday. This event will take place in the middle of Singleton Park.

  • Gates open approx. 3pm
  • Entertainment from approx. 4pm
  • Curfew 11pm

Access to Singleton Park

  • Work will start in preparing this part of the Park from 15th During the build period Singleton Park will remain open as usual, however access to some areas will be restricted and park users may experience a significant increase in vehicular traffic within the park. Please follow the directional and safety signage as appropriate.
  • During the weekend of the concert, the Park is likely to be extremely busy; as an alternative residents may find it more convenient to visit a different park in the local area.
  • Works to dismantle the concert arena will start immediately after the concert. Weather permitting the derig will be complete by the 26th August, although there will likely to be some repair works taking place after this date.

Road Closures, Diversions & Parking Restrictions

In order to safely facilitate the event listed above a number of road closures, traffic diversions and parking restrictions will be in place in the area.

For safety, security and to aid traffic movement in the area we are required to keep some roads free of parked vehicles and therefore there will be parking restrictions and a vehicle tow-away operation taking place on these roads.

These will be confirmed closer to the event date.


Additional smaller scale events include:-

  • Adventure Cinema – 15th – 17th July – bottom of the park
  • Race For life – 23rd July – various routes throughout the park
  • Oktoberfest – 28th – 29th October – location TBC

Noise

We appreciate that everyone has different tolerant levels when it comes to music at events. Please rest assured that   music levels at these concerts will be closely controlled. Officers from the Council’s Noise Pollution Team will be in attendance at the events and will be working closely with the concert promoters to keep sound levels within pre-agreed limits.

Limited sound checks will take place prior to each concert (no later than 21:00hrs).  A noise curfew is in place on each event day from 23:00hrs.


Litter and Anti-social Behaviour

Swansea Council has been working with South Wales Police to set out plans to deal with any anti-social behaviour in the area. Teams from the Council’s Cleansing Service will be on hand throughout the weekend to address any problem litter areas. A full clean-up operation will take place following each concert.


Throughout all of the events, Licensing Officers from Swansea Council will be present to monitor music levels and to ensure licensing conditions are observed.

Please be assured that emergency access will be maintained at all times. Should you have any concerns or issues during the weekend of the events, our Event Residents & Business Contact Line will be in operation – 01792 635428 (2pm – 11pm each event day).


Contact

If you need further information, please email us at special.events@swansea.gov.uk or call (01792) 635428 during normal office hours. Questions in relation to ticket sales and availability will need to be directed to the relevant concert Promoter.  Council staff are unable to access tickets or answer questions in relation to tickets.