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PRESS RELEASE 09/01/2023

ROAD TO RUIN 5 IS READY TO HIT THE ROAD!

FESTIVAL HISTORY​

Apocalypticus - Road to Ruin Festival is a Post-Apocalyptic fully immersive event, celebrating all things Armageddon. 

The Festival has been steadily growing in attendance from its first incarnation in September 2017. Based in Buckinghamshire, it attracts visitors from all regions of the UK and Europe.

Highlights of the event include 3 days of bands and DJs with an eclectic mix of Rock, Dance, Electro, Acapella and more - performing on a high octane fire-emblazoned stage.

 

All festival goers attending the family event are encouraged to wear wasteland inspired attire, and a Dystopic Vehicle show and road run takes place on the Saturday.

The Road to Ruin site is built in the run-up to the festival and features ramshackle buildings and tunnels with themed trade stalls all treated to give the appearance of a Post-Apocalyptic Survivors encampment. Structures are dismantled after the event, totally by volunteers.

For Further Festival information for media use, contact the organisers ROAD II RUIN Ltd on 01869 601028

Mad Max at the Road to Ruin Festival

A replica of the original Mad Max car at the first Road to Ruin Festival 2017

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Festival goers dress to impress - modified vehicles gather for the Desolation Alley vehicle show

VIDEO FOOTAGE and MEDIA IMAGES

 

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Taiko Drummers performed at the 2019 Road to Ruin Festival, seen here with Hellkitty, a much modified Ford Focus.

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Festival Family, at the entrance to the Forest Tunnels.

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The Throne Room, Her Majesty will see you now.

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A dedicated Festival Survivor

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Trade Stalls specialising in Post-Apocalyptic clothing and accessories together with Food and Refreshments all aid survival.

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Health and Safety is paramount, all weapons are non-operating replicas, all blades are inspected for dull edges. Most combat items are created from foam and plastics.

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