Going Out

Updated: Brighton Mod Weekender 2020

Updated: Brighton Mod Weekender 2020
Updated: Brighton Mod Weekender 2020
Note that I independently write and research everything in this article. But it may contain affiliate links.

Details for the Brighton Mod Weekender 2020 have now been updated with an all-new schedule over the Bank Holiday Weekend.

Note that the original schedule and events for the Brighton event have now been put on hold until 2021. However, with a bit of work, some kind of event is now taking place in Brighton with an eye on the current regulations. Note that things could theoretically change over the coming weeks, but the organisers hope that this new schedule will take place over the 28th – 30th August 2020.

If there are any changes, I will update this page as quickly as possible.

Update from New Untouchables:

A few weeks ago we said we would try our best to bring you some Modernist entertainment this summer.

The Plan-B Alldayers at the Volks has exceeded all expectations at NUTS HQ.

We have five sessions for you over the bank holiday weekend. The event takes place outside on the Volks terrace with reduced capacity and following the venue guidelines which you can read before you purchase a ticket.

We urge you to read and follow the guidelines at all times. Full details of the event are on the flyer above.

Tickets are available via the link below (scroll down through the events until you get to the ‘plan B’ section and add tickets to the cart. Note that tickets will not be sent out, these are e-tickets.

Brighton Mod Weekender tickets

Address for the Volks is 3 Madeira Dr, Brighton BN2 1PS.

Accommodation can be found at www.visitbrighton.com

Brighton Weekender photo from 2019
Brighton Weekender photo from 2019


If you want a flavour of the daytime atmosphere, please do check out the wonderful gallery on this site, courtesy of the lens of Chris Wild. 2020 photos are here and 2018 photos are here.

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  1. Mark Packham


  2. hi

    please take me in the newsletter


    dirk – belgium (mod)

  3. I woz MOD in the 60’s. I’m now living in Brighton!

  4. Hi I have had a novel, East Coast Blues, published which is set on the east coast and is about a young man coming of age in the 1960s. It covers the music, fashions, tensions-and work conditions of the era. The story goes beyond the usual mods and rockers myths and addresses some uncomfortable truths about those days. It has received 5 star reviews on Amazon and is available on Kindle and from book shops. Would you be interested in promoting this through your web site?



  5. Bill Chamberlain

    Hey John,

    Only just seen your message, please get in contact, is there a movie in your story/book ?

  6. Ian Davis

    I am not a “MOD” but I do love the music. I have a Honda Dominator converted into a Cafe racer, would it be ok to come along to your event ?



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