The Ashton Memorial

Highest Point Festival Line up

Friday 18th - Sunday 20th May 2018

The Ashton Memorial in Lancaster

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Minimum age: 18

Highest Point Festival 2018 Line up

The lineup for Highest Point Festival can be found below:

friday 18th may

Main Stage

Hospitality presents...

World famous Drum and Bass label Hospital Records will be hitting the main stage so expect big sounds from the likes of High Contrast, Fred V & Grafix, Danny Byrd, Spy B2B Nu:Tone, Dynamite MC, Lowqui and Tempza. In addition, we are super pleased to announce the London Elektricity Big Band will be headlining their first gig north of Birmingham, bringing together a 22 piece brass band and vocalists for a powerful and unique transformation of a live Drum and Bass show.

London Elektricity Big Band Live (First appearance in the North)

High Contrast 

Fred V & Grafix (Live)

Etherwood B2B Keeno  

Danny Byrd

S.P.Y B2B Nu:Tone

Dynamite MC


MC Tempza

Chris Glaba Memorial Stage


James Zabiela

James Ryan



The Dell


Jasper James

Eclair Fifi

Wilson Phoenix

saturday 19th may

main stage

We’re very excited to announce that Northern indie favourites Embrace will take control of the main stage on Saturday night at Williamson Park on the 19th May. The band, who have had three number one albums, are making a big comeback with a new album, Love Is A Basic Need, out on March 2nd and are kicking off their summer festival gigs in Lancaster. They’ll perform a mix of the old school classics which made them chart-toppers - All You Good Good People, Come Back To What You Know and Gravity- mixed with a selection of brand new songs.

Ocean Colour Scene





Chris Glaba Memorial Stage (BBC Introducing)

Rae Morris

The Hara 



Arctic Lake

The Moods

Sindys Man

Bad Bambino


Amber Suns

The Dell

Huey Morgan’s Block Party ft Huey Morgan (Fun Lovin Criminals) and Don Letts (BBC 6 Music)

The 2 Bears (Joe Goddard & Raf Rundell)

sunday 20th may

Main Stage

Hacienda Classical

Hacienda Classical, a project curated by DJs Graeme Park and Mike Pickering, makes a welcome return to Williamson Park after their sell-out show in May 2016. They will be joined by Manchester Camerata orchestra with a brand new show for 2018, performing a continuous set of signature Haçienda tracks which will see Williamson park transformed for the night by FAC51.

Graeme Park

Mike Pickering

Manchester Camerata Orchestra

K Klass

DJ Woody

Chris Glaba Memorial Stage (BBC Introducing)




Strange Bones


Building Giants

Lauren Canyon

Sam Tomlins

James Jackson

The Dell

Funkademia presents

Greg Wilson

Crazy P Soundsystem

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Highest Point Festival, Lancaster
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Type of Ticket Price QuantityQty
Weekend Tickets
Weekend Ticket
Access to all three evening shows. Access to Skiddle bus during daytime.
(£100.00 + bf)
Weekend VIP Ticket
VIP Access all weekend. Private bar, toilets, viewing area. Welcome drink each night
(£185.00 + bf)
Friday Tickets
Friday Ticket
Hospitality DnB, Sasha, Jackmaster. Includes free lanyard.
(£40.00 + bf)
Friday VIP Ticket
Includes indoor VIP area, viewing platform, welcome drink and lanyard
(£75.00 + bf)
Saturday Tickets
Saturday Ticket
Ocean Colour Scene, Embrace, Huey Morgan, Rae Morris. Includes free lanyard.
(£40.00 + bf)
Saturday VIP Ticket
Includes indoor VIP area, viewing platform, welcome drink and lanyard
(£75.00 + bf)
Sunday Tickets
Sunday Ticket
Hacienda Classical, K-Klass, Greg Wilson, Crazy P, Bondax & more!
(£40.00 + bf)
Sunday VIP Ticket
Includes indoor VIP area, viewing platform, welcome drink and lanyard
(£75.00 + bf)

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