Friendly Fires, Skream, Sub Focus and Arielle Free are among some of the renowned names confirmed to appear alongside headliners Anne-Marie, Bastille and the Hacienda Classical at the festivals milestone event this May
Last updated: 9th Feb 2023
Lancaster's Highest Point Festival has just revealed the full bill of acts set to perform at its milestone fifth-anniversary event this summer, running from Thursday 11th to Sunday 14th of May.
The stunning 54-acre grounds of one of Northern England's best-kept public parks, Williamson Park, will once again play host to some of the most revered names in British music, representing an eclectic spectrum of sounds and styles. A who's who of modern-day greats, including DJs, solo artists and live bands, have been confirmed to support previously announced headliners Anne-Marie, Bastille and the remarkable Hacienda Classical, who return five years after opening the first-ever edition of the now extremely popular event.
Pioneer of UK dubstep turned house music specialist, Skream will join leading drum n bass names Sub Focus, TURNO, Sigma and Goddard in commanding the huge crowds which gather underneath the striking Ashton Memorial. BBC Radio 1 DJs Danny Howard, Arielle Free and Charlie Tee will also be on hand to ensure vibes are kept at a maximum.
Other notable names set to appear include recent DJ Mag award-winners, Girl's Don't Sync, party-starting indie outfit Friendly Fires, who celebrate 15 years since the release of their acclaimed self-titled debut album in 2023, and 6 Music hosts Chris Hawkins and Craig Charles, to name but a few (See the image above for the full lineup acts for Highest Point 2023).
The festival site will welcome back fan-favourite stages to help further celebrate Highest Point's 5th birthday. The enchanting Woods Stage, the Chris Glaba Memorial Stage and the Dell Stage, hosted and curated by Chris Hawkins, will all return, whilst a brand new DNB stage will also be introduced, overseen by the host of Radio 1's Drum and Bass show, Charlie Tee.
Ticket holders are set to be spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment over the 4-day spectacle. In addition to a chock-a-block lineup of musical acts, there'll be stand-up comedy shows, live poetry recitals, 'in conversation' panels and even things to do for the younger festival-goers. Not to mention a variety of mouthwatering refreshments and delicacies supplied by a score of highly-rated, regional vendors. Fun for all ages, guaranteed.
Tickets for Highest Point Festival 2023 are now on sale and selling fast! To secure your place, head to the bottom of this page now. Day tickets and 3-day tickets are available for purchase.
Check out our What's On Guide to discover more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.
Thursday 11th May - Saturday 13th May 2023
12:00pm til 11:00pm (last entry 7:00pm)
Anne-Marie, Bastille, Sub Focus, SIGMA, General Levy, K-Klass, Freya Ridings, Danny Howard, Friendly Fires, Toploader, TURNO, A Little Sound, House Gospel Choir, Lottery Winners, Elvana, Gok Wan, Emily Makis, BKLAVA, Ki Creighton, Pirate Copy
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