Highest Point - POSTPONED 2020

Friday 11th to Saturday 12th September 2020
Williamson Park, Quernmore Rd, Lancaster, Lancastershire, LA1 1UX, England MAP
£80 for Fri & Sat (sold out); Fri £40; Sat £49
daily capacity: 6000
last updated: Tue 21st Jul 2020

postponed

This festival has been postponed from Friday 15th to Sunday 17th May 2020, firstly for 11th-12th September (organiser's statement), and now until 2021. Organiser's statement.

Highest Point 2021.

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Highest Point returns for its 3rd edition at Williamson Park, Lancaster..

The festival is expected to have 5 stages of music for 12 hours on Friday and Saturday, each day from 11am - 11pm. There's also a dedicated family day on Sunday from 9am - 6pm.

Line-up

Acts include Rudimental (DJ set), Wilkinson (DJ-set), Ms Banks, General Levy, Do Not Sleep, Seb Zito, Josh Butler, East End Dubs, 3D (Danny Howells, Darren Emerson and Dave Seaman), Orpheu The Wizard, Riot Jazz, and more on the Friday, and Rag n Bone Man, Becky Hill, Gentleman’s Dub Club, The Cuban Brothers, Lottery Winners, Charlotte OC, The Lovely Eggs, and more on the Saturday. There's more to be announced.

For the details as available please see the line-up page.

Tickets

Friday & Saturday tickets are on sale, currently priced at £80 for both days (sold out), or £40 for Friday and £49 for Saturday.

Sunday tickets for the Big Family Day Out are priced at £10 for adults and £6 for kids aged 5-17. Under-5s are free.

More Info

There are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.

More information will be here when available.



Friday 11th to Saturday 12th September 2020
Williamson Park, Quernmore Rd, Lancaster, Lancastershire, LA1 1UX, England MAP
£80 for Fri & Sat (sold out); Fri £40; Sat £49
daily capacity: 6000
last updated: Tue 21st Jul 2020


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