After a successful 2021 festival that saw the likes of Rick Astley, Rudimental, Rag 'n' Bone Man and Ella Eyre take to the stage, Highest Point festival has announced that it will be back in May of 2022. Taking place between 12-14th May, the stunning site of Williamson Park will be taken over yet again.
At the 2022 edition, attendees can expect to see a huge variety of artists across the space of the weekend. Having a diverse lineup is something that Highest Point prides itself on. The lineup is yet to be announced but keep your eyes peeled for any news coming your way. Jamie Scahill, co-founder of the festival had the following to say:
"It was amazing to be able to host the festival again this year in Williamson Park, and it was an honour to be able to open the gates and welcome so many people who haven't had the chance to enjoy a music festival in over two years. We’re moving back to our original date in May for 2022 and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever before. We’re already working on securing a killer line-up for next year’s event, and we’re expecting another sell out".
The festival welcomed in 35,000 people over four days in 2021. You can be in the first wave of ticket holders for 2022 as the first wave of tickets is on sale now. An adult ticket is £85 for two days, payment plans are also available to spread the cost over five instalments of £15 with a £20 deposit.
You can find tickets for Highest Point 2022 here.
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