Tickets on sale 30 March, 10am
Sixteen years after his debut album ‘Born to Do It’ (2000) reached Number one, Craig is back at the top. With his latest album, ‘Following My Intuition’ going straight to Number 1 in the Official Albums Chart when released. Craig has since leapt from strength to strength on our airwaves, and has been unavoidable on our TV screens and on the live circuit ever since.
Add to that, selling out shows all over the globe, over 1.5 million singles sales and 117 million singles streams worldwide, a 2017 BRIT Award nomination and winning the prestigious MOBO award for Best Male Act, it would be an understatement to say that the last year has been anything short of monumental for Craig.
There are a number of ways you can get here to experience what Castle Concerts has to offer. An overview of travel options and help is listed below:
There is no parking directly on site, however there are a number of pay and display (coin operated) car parks located near by.There is a free of charge coach park located in nearby Corporation Street, and a coach drop off point at the rear of the visitor information centre.
Rochester station 1⁄2 mile, click here to visit South Eastern's website.
Services in Rochester are operated by Arriva and Nu Venture. Alight in Corporation Street within a short distance of the castle.
Postcode: ME1 1SW
A range of hot and cold snacks are available in the castle gardens. Two bars, selling alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, will be open during the concerts. They will close 30 minutes before the end of each concert.
PLEASE NOTE: Food and drink is permitted in the venue but no glass items.
The castle gardens will be open as usual during the day. The gates will be closed to the public from around 4pm when people without concert tickets will be asked to leave. The venue will then re-open to ticket holders only.
Tables and chairs will be permitted but not tents or awnings. A limited number of seats will be available and issued on a first come, first served basis.
Toilets are available within the castle grounds. No barbecues or gas cylinders will be permitted under any circumstances. No dogs (except guide dogs) or other pets will be admitted.