The Bread Shed is one of the stages for Deadbolt Festival and the afterparty will start as soon as WSTR finishes.
After the dust has settled on day one of our huge Deadbolt Festival event, there’s only thing to do – grab the togas, red cups and keep the party going! Welcome to our most chaotic night of the year. Do you have what it takes to join Delta Beta Phi?
In traditional style, Deadbolt will be inviting party goers to partake in fraternity challenges and “initiations” such as beer pong, king pong, limbo, hot sauce challenges and much more. Drinks will be served in typical fraternity style red cups provided by Fireball. Anyone who shows up to the event in a toga will get a reduced entry price of £3. There will also be huge projector screen showing clips from the best teen/frat movies such as Old School, American Pie, Road Trip and Jackass.
Harry Radford (Call Me Amour, ex-Yashin) returns to Deadbolt after a few months away and he’ll be joined by debutant Kier Kemp (Inklings, ex-FVK) who has a load of experience making people dance all over the country.
Red Cardinal Music and Deadbolt Festival sponsor Fireball will also be the main sponsor of this afterparty. They will be setting up a stall during the whole day of the festival offering drink offers, chances to win Fireball goodies and drinks and a photo booth for instant momento photos.
Drink offers on the night include:
Fireball shot £2
Firebombs £3 / 2 for £5
American Pie cocktails £4
SoCo & Mixer £3.30
All bombs 2 for £5
Sambuca & Tequila shots £2
For a chance to win free entry and drinks, find out more about the event and make song requests for the night, join the facebook event and get involved.
Anyone with a September birthday who wants to make this their birthday night out can get in touch via the Deadbolt Club facebook page to get free entry for themselves and free shots for their entire group.