Waterworks Festival Tickets
Waterworks is a London day festival created to provide a platform for showcasing and celebrating the diversity and talent in London’s electronic music scene on an untouched site where industrial East London meets the beauty of nature.
Waterworks was founded with a belief that London’s music landscape is lacking a platform for supporting the lesser known artists that make up the UK’s diverse electronic scene. Whether that be up and coming talent or industry veterans, Waterworks pairs these artists with some of the most celebrated underground names, giving them a stage to express themselves and be recognised for their talent and contribution to the scene.
The curation of the electronic program focuses on the different flavours, strands and genres of dance music that have come to shape the musical landscape in the UK.
The festival is located in a beautiful secluded parkland area of East London, surrounded by industrial cues that make the backdrop totally unique. Unlike many other London locations we are remotely situated in relation to our nearest residential neighbours which will allow us to achieve unparalleled sound quality.
Disabled Access Information
Waterworks welcomes deaf and disabled customers and are constantly striving to make the event an overall better experience for all our customers. As this is our first year, we are still finding our way around the site and any issues that arise around accessibility. Therefore any feedback is always appreciated.
The following information provides details about the bookable accessible provisions at the event. If you have any questions that are not answered below, please contact email@example.com.
If you would you like to register to use of any of these accessible facilities:
Free PA Ticket Scheme
First, you will need to purchase a ticket via the link here and make a note of the reference number.
Second, you will need to fill out the online form below and submit supporting evidence.
Waterworks, is on a green-field site. While there are some sheltered areas (some stalls and marquees), it is mainly an open-air event. Ground conditions are therefore weather dependent (if we experience extreme weather, the ground may become muddy), therefore mobility across the site may become compromised. We ask you to consider this before purchasing a ticket.
There will be induction loops at the Main Accessibility Wristband Exchange.
Please note that strobe effects may be used at this event however, there will not be any specific announcements prior to their use.
We have an onsite Medical Tent with trained First Aiders. We also have an Information Area which can be used by our accessible ticket holders should they need a moment of calm.
The disabled access facilities are for festival/event-goers with permanent disabilities – pregnant women and people with recent injuries such as broken legs do not qualify.
To see this year's full lineup, please use the link below