On Saturday 21st July, the crew behind the Undercover Skatepark Project — a campaign to transform the unused concrete space within Rudmore Roundabout beneath the M275 flyover into a new skatepark — host a fundraiser at Southsea Castle, from 6:00pm ‘til late.
Portsmouth artists My Dog Sighs and Daniel Williams have donated exclusive one-off artworks to the project to auction off on the night, and the money raised from selling the pieces will go towards funding the all-weather skatepark.
Tickets are £3 in advance or £5 on the door, with free entry for those aged under 12 — though there’s a 9:00pm cut-off time for under-18s.
The Undercover Skatepark Project will be the first all-weather skatepark in the city, with the nearest indoor park situated hours away.
Tickets are available from Bored of Southsea on Albert Road or the Strong Island Clothing Co. store on Marmion Road.
Note: this is a rescheduled event, and if you have tickets for the original, they’ll remain valid for this new date, too.