Poole Dream Machines
Dream Machines will be back at Poole Quay, every Tuesday, from 2nd May - 26th September 2023. The event creates a unique, exciting atmosphere as bikers and spectators enjoy a relaxed evening on Poole Quay. The backdrop of the quay and harbour offers the perfect location and there is a great selection of waterside cafes, bars, restaurants and food kiosks offering refreshment, many with bike night specials on their menus.
2023 ticket prices:
This year Poole Dream Machines are aiming to be cashless, there will be credit card machines on the night to pay for tickets. Alternatively you can purchase your tickets in advance online.
£3 per person, per evening
£10 season ticket armbands (Buy on the night at the gate or at the Poole Arms)
The popular Bike of the Night competition takes place every week. On the evening a different judge selected by Poole Tourism selects their favourite bike on display. The winner receives some brilliant bike related goodies. Take a look at the 2023 winners.
Access onto the Quay for bikers – as last year, access onto the event site will need to be made via the old Lifting Bridge end of the Quay. Please do not try to access via the Lower High Street as this has now been de-trafficked. Please follow West Street to its junction with The Quay (just before the lifting bridge). And then along the Quay to the central area.
Please do not arrive before 5.30pm – parking will not be available before this time and we need to avoid queues forming.
NB, the area between Pavers and Studio Poole is private land from Old Orchard, all the way back to the lifting barrier. *We have been asked to keep it clear for fire access as some fire exits open on to it.
If you are interested in trading at the Poole Dream Machines event, please fill out our Poole Events Form to register your interest.
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Season Ticket Wristbands: £10 (Buy online, on the night at the gate or at the Poole Arms)
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