The team behind one of Lancashire's biggest live music festivals, Highest Point have recently announced the full lineup of performers scheduled to appear at this years colossal comeback event.
Set to occupy the stunning grounds of Lancaster's Williamson Park once again - from Friday 3rd to Saturday 4th September 2021 - the popular festival will finally get the opportunity to commemorate its belated third anniversary, following the cancellation of last years instalment, with help from a host of acclaimed bands, DJs and collectives.
Featuring a diverse bill of over 100 live acts, those lucky enough to get their hands on tickets for the two-day festival will witness world class performances from an impressive number of renowned musical talents.
Joining previously announced headliners Rag 'N' Bone Man, Becky Hill, Ella Eyre, Wilkinson and Rudimental, are the likes of electronic crossover outfit Clean Bandit, drum n bass trailblazers Hybrid Minds, post-punk legends The Futureheads, and all-round festival favourites, Gentleman’s Dub Club.
Other confirmed names include Richy Ahmed, General Levy, 3D (Dave Seaman, Darren Emerson and Danny Howells), Crazy P Soundsystem, K-Klass, Monki, Sam Divine, Jess Bays, PBR Streetgang, James Holroyd, Hannah Wants, Ms Banks, Dimension, Friction, The Lottery Winners, Lancaster favourites The Lovely Eggs, The Cuban Brothers, Emerald, Charlotte OC, Hacienda legend Graeme Park, Anton Powers and many more...
Commenting on the return of Highest Point this September, Festival Director Rich Dyer said:
"We're going to throw the biggest, most outrageous party of 2021. We cannot wait for you all to see how we plan to transform the beautiful Williamson Park once again, into an amazing, sensory overloading festival site”.
Promising the festivals most ambitious outing to date; boasting a bigger-than-ever capacity, ready to welcome up to 20,000 avid music fans across the weekend, with music over six stages, including a brand new stage, and including a premier regional street food and craft beer offering on site - it's little wonder why tickets for this northern celebration are always in high demand.
Tickets to the event are expected to sell out very quickly, with 75% already purchased ahead of the full line-up being released. Those who bought tickets to the original festival date can rest assured that their tickets are still valid for the new date in September.
There will be the opportunity for guests from across the UK to attend this year’s event, as the team at Highest Point have also announced a partnership with Big Green Coaches. Pick up points will be located in Blackburn, Blackpool, Bolton, Carlisle, Kendal, Liverpool, Manchester, Preston and Wigan, with day return coach tickets available to buy now.
Tickets are now available exclusively via Skiddle, with the final release tickets for Friday at £45, and final release tickets for Saturday costing £55.
Though restrictions due to covid set to be lifted in June 2021, the festival organisers will be following any government guidance at the time of the festival. Full safety policies inline with any guidance will be available to view on the website closer to the festival date.
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