Resident tickets

If you would like to attend RALLY, the organisers are making discounted tickets available to local residents within the Bermondsey area. Some free tickets are also available to residents directly bordering the north side of the park, which will be available via ballot.

Ticket information will be coming in June 2024, please check back for an update on the exact date. Applications sent prior to this date will not be accepted. There is a limit of 4 x resident tickets per household.

Residents tickets are discounted by over 40% priced at £20 + booking fee and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

To apply you will need to supply a proof of address via a form. The link will be available soon.

Details for how to apply for resident tickets for Piano People & Body Movements will be updated on this page in June 2024.


For 2024 our programme of events are proposed to happen on the following dates (subject to licence):

Friday 23 August - Piano People in the Park

Saturday 24th August - RALLY

Sunday 25th August - Body Movements

Monday 26th August - Bermondsey Carnival - free community event

Free & Discounted Tickets

We have a free ticket allocation for local charities & community groups. Please use this form to apply for RALLY.

Local Resident Communications

You can get in touch with us via community@rallyrallyrally.co.uk

During our days onsite at Southwark Park you will be able to contact us on our community hotline number. This will be advertised on this page closer to the event date.

Work at RALLY

If you live in the local area and are interested in working at RALLY’s programme of events there will be opportunities available to apply for nearer the event date. More information to follow.

For working behind the bar please contact our Southwark based supplier One Circle by emailing the staffing agency or signing up via this portal.

You can apply for ticket scanning jobs using this form.

Food traders, please enquire at community@rallyrallyrally.co.uk. Please note we are not reviewing applications until June.

Information on how to apply for security and cleaning roles via our contractors will be available closer to the time.

Charity & Community Partners

RALLY works with BOSCO Youth Centre providing vocational opportunities and artistic workshops. We also raise money each year to support charities. In 2023 we raised over £2,000 for Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers bringing out a 3 year organisational total to £32,000 across two festivals. Please get in touch if you’d like to explore any charity or community partnership opportunities. If you work with young people who you believe may have an interest in the events industry - we run a series of site tours during the build of the event where we walkthrough the roles in putting a site together.

Waste Management

A dedicated waste management team will be brought in to manage the onsite and offsite litter created by the event. Their main responsibility will be litter collection in the areas surrounding the park, including roads and pavements. We will also provide external toilet facilities for festival goers in suitable locations on key access and egress routes.

A separate internal team is in place to keep the festival site clean during the festival and after the event. There will be no loading or unloading of onsite skips between 20:00 – 08:00 to minimise disruption to local residents.

If you see a build-up of litter due to the event, please feel free to contact us on the community hotline number that will be provided. We will action this as soon as possible.

Noise Management

A reputable noise monitoring team will be present during the live event days and who will also produce a noise management plan for us. They will work closely with the local authority to agree this plan.

The community hotline number will be available for residents to call during the build, live and break of the event, where calls regarding noise can be responded to by RALLY and the noise consultants.