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27/28 AUGUST 2016 History Of Megaday

Megaday 2002

Megaday No 8 - Venue: Bedwas RFC – Total Raised £12,000


Megaday 2002 was the Megaday that nearly didn't happen. A few local residents at nearby Badgers Wood made an official objection to Caerphilly County Council in a bid to stop the event taking place due to noise issues. When the news got out we were flooded with messages of support from the local community, both from Megaday fans and also from many from people who had never been to Megaday but had in some way been touched by cancer. The issue came to a head in a court style hearing when common sense prevailed and the event was granted a license to go ahead. In reality there were only a very small number of residents (two) who had genuinely objected. Doc Savage summed up the whole issue with a new song they had written especially dedicated to those few objectors called, Badgers Wood.......


The first Megaday 6 a side football competition took place this year, We also held the first ever Megaday Raffle. The Sunday night was headlined by a Queen Tribute band and the Saturday night was extended with over 14 DJs taking part, headlined by Jimpy.

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DJs that performed


Jimpy

The Barmy Boys

Matthew Di-Blasi

Suggs

Shamus

Dave Mills

Greg Matthews

Jonny C

Andy Edwards

Billy

Craig Bartlett

Dusty

Cliffy

Viv

Bands that performed


Night at the Opera

The Love Handles

In St Louis

Doc Savage

Calimero

Melt City

The Clay Mob

Icarus and the Giant

Bonovox

Monty on the Run

My Own Riot

Vaigen