Tot Rockin Beats – Event Info

 Everything You Need To Know

If You Are (Or Thinking About) Attending Tot Rockin Beats On Sunday 19th June, Then Please Read This. Important Infomation Enclosed. Now 4 -7 PM>>>




The last few weeks have gone past in a blur. What started a few months ago as an itch that I needed to scratch has fast become something extremely real.

This Sunday, the 19th June, the world in Worthing as you know it, stops. Time to forget all your troubles, polish up your dancing shoes, gel up your quiffs and let out your inner raver.




Forget the school run and get practicing your ‘Running Man’.

We are going to party like it’s –  Well like it’s 4pm on a Sunday afternoon -But not like any normal Sunday afternoon you will have had before.

If you are lucky enough to be coming and to help you good people out, I’ve put together some useful information and links below…

Doors will open at 4pm and we are expecting a sell-out crowd, so please be there early so we can get the party started.


If you are new to the area, or just a bit unaware, there is lots of parking opposite St Paul’s at the Connaught Theatre. If you can’t find a space, then a quick trip over the road to the eyesore that is Teville Gate should see you ok.

Buggies and Babies

There will limited space for buggies in the cloakroom. If you can leave them at home or in the car it will be great. We are expecting an enthusiastic crowd of middle-aged dad dancers, head-spinning like your drunken uncle at a free bar. So keeping the dance floor free of obstacles is a must.

If you can manage with just a sling – that’s what we advise on the dance floor with very young babies anyway – then please do so.


There is a secure cloakroom for you to leave coats and other belongings.

Guest List & Wristbands

If your name is down and you are on the guest list, please give your name when you arrive. Any blatant attempts of trying to flirt your way through security – as you did when you were nineteen – will be met with high-fives and shouts of ‘You Go Girlfriend’.

Safety Thirst

Please remember that you are responsible for your children at all times.

Be aware that the event is set up for standing/dancing and there will be limited seating.

In the unlikely event of losing your child, please head for the bar and drown your sorrows/celebrate your freedom, as you see fit. Alternatively, please head for the entrance and notify a member of the team.



Worthing Live Music

Nothing To See Here, Just A Quiet Afternoon In Worthing.


We will have an official photographer taking lots of great pictures and video footage. Please be aware that by joining the party you are giving permission for us to use the images for #TotRockinBeats publicity.

We will also have a photographer taking photo booth pictures, these images will uploaded on to the DontBelieveTheHypeUK Facebook page following the event.

Screentime Ban

We would love you to take your own pictures/videos of the rave and tell everyone what an amazing time you are having while you’re having it. HOWEVER, we would prefer not to see people with their heads down at the screen.

Turn the phone off, stick in your pocket. Head to the dance floor instead. Put your hands in the air like your just don’t care. Or get so carried away why not give a sweaty hug to a stranger, ask them ‘ What their name is and if they are sorted for ‘Cheese & Dips’.  Like it in the summer of 88 all over again’…. Or perhaps you can do some painting and get down on your knees and have a game of kitchens.

If you need some time out then you can head to the ‘Time-Out’ space for some quiet contemplation.  If you really want to use your phones, then do so. This isn’t a dictatorship quite yet.

Most importantly as soon as you leave the party, turn on your phone and hashtag #TotRockinBeats like your life depends on it.

Baby Change

There are changing facilities available in the disabled toilets at St Paul’s for anybody who gets a little carried away and has an accident.

Under 5 Soft Play Area

The nice people at SmileyTots Soft Play and KidzPlay Creches will be in attendance creating a wonderland of jumpy and squishy things for the under-5s.


Our fantastic face painter (Shuna from Shubox Designs ) will be on hand to brighten up your rosy cheeks. Please note there will be a small charge for this.


There will a fantastic craft station and photo booth set-up to help occupy small fingers and big imaginations. The lovely Fi  and team from ‘Pop Up Party Backdrops & Props’ will be on hand to offer some creative inspiration.  Please note there will be a small charge to cover canvases and materials.  

Food & Drink

There is a licensed bar that will also be selling crisps and other assorted delicious pub-style snacks for you to feast on.

Dress Code




There is no dress code. Dress the way you want. However ‘mad props’ will be given for fancy dress and old school outfits from the 80-90’s are positively encouraged.

For those of you who like strutting a pose, there will be a ‘Best Dressed Dad’ prize that will awarded. So slick back that hair (whilst you still have it) pop on the Grolsch bottle tops on your best Sunday shoes and strike a pose.

Competitive Dad



Yeah I know what a competitive lot you are, so alongside ‘Best Dressed’, there will be prizes for:

  • Best Dad Dancer
  • Why My Dad Is The Best

So that’s about it…apart from 







Please email me if you have any further questions or would like to give feedback!

I’ll see you on the dance floor…

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