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Bath Reggae Festival assures guests it will be safe

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The organisers of the inaugural Bath Reggae Festival say they are confident they have overcome serious concerns for public safety.

VIP ticket holders have paid up to £143 to meet and greet artists on the lineup including Maxi Priest, Aswad, Big Mountain and Wayne Wonder, with standard tickets going for £45.

But a senior environmental health officer at Bath and North East Somerset Council has highlighted numerous omissions and contradictions in VIP Production Ltd’s application.

In a report to the licensing subcommittee, the officer said: “The lack of event planning and management raises a significant risk to public safety and so I am not in a position to support the application.

“The safest way to safeguard public safety is to not allow the event to proceed in the first place.”

A spokesperson for VIP Production Ltd said the officer’s objection was lodged before it submitted an amended event management plan, adding: “We are confident that we have satisfied the concerns and this will become apparent at the licensing hearing which is scheduled for August 19.”

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