Ocean Colour Scene, Cast, & more for new Highest Point in Lancaster in May

with Huey Morgan's Block Party, and more

By Neil Greenway | Published: Wed 7th Mar 2018

Ocean Colour Scene

Friday 18th to Sunday 20th May 2018
Williamson Park, Quernmore Rd, Lancaster, Lancastershire, LA1 1UX, England MAP
£40 for each day, £100 3-days
Daily capacity: 5,000
Last updated: Mon 24th Sep 2018

Ocean Colour Scene have been revealed as the Saturday headliners for new festival Highest Point, taking place at Williamson Park, Lancaster on Friday 18th to Sunday 20th May 2018

Joining them on the main stage will be Cast, along with the previously-announced Embrace, while energetic indie rock band Stillia, and Manchester based rap-rock outfit Y.O.U.N.G complete the Saturday main stage line-up.

On Saturday night at The Dell stage there'll be Huey Morgan's Block Party featuring the man himself, and Don Letts, alongside the previously announced The Two Bears.

On Saturday and Sunday the Chris Glaba Memorial Stage will be taken over by BBC Introducing, with Rae Morris, and Bondax, already announced as respective headliners. Joining them over those days will be guitar pop trio The Hara, Lancashire's Lowes, 10-piece dance and hip-hop collective The Moods, alt-poppers Arctic Lake, lo-fi guitar pop from Pixey, and UK grime artist Vital

These join Friday entertainment from Hospital Records, with High Contrast, Fred V & Grafix, Danny Byrd, and more, plus London Elektricity Big Band. Sunday has Hacienda Classical, Crazy P, and more. For all the details so far please see the line-up page.

Tickets are on sale, priced at £40 for Friday, Saturday, or Sunday (18+ only). A weekend ticket is priced at £100.

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£1 of every ticket sale will be passed on to Macmillan Cancer Support. 

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