More acts have been revealed for Highest Point, which returns to Williamson Park, Lancaster from Friday 15th to Sunday 17th May 2020. to join the already announced , and Saturday's headliner Rag'n'Bone Man.
Added to the Friday DJ line-up of Rudimental, and Wilkinson, are London based rapper Ms Banks, Ragga DJ General Levy, Ibiza party starters Do Not Sleep, Seb Zito, Josh Butler, East End Dubs, a trio of formidable house music veterans in the form of 3D (Danny Howells, Darren Emerson and Dave Seaman), Red Light Radio’s head honcho Orpheu The Wizard, Manchester’s own Riot Jazz, Nautica, Love Dose, Demented Disco, Escape Classics, Luedms, The Hiphopalippz, Juice Box, and Matt Thiss.
Joining headliner Rag'n'Bone Man on the Saturday are singer-songwriter Becky Hill, Gentleman's Dub Club (pictured above), funk quartet The Cuban Brothers, indie four-piece Lottery Winners, alternative pop-artist Charlotte OC, psychedelic lo-fi two-piece The Lovely Eggs, DJ Anton Powers, Patrick Nazemi, Sarah Story, Manchester’s longest running weekly club night Funkademia, Gareth Brooks, Big Things, Juicy, Suck It And Spin, and Sauce.
Friday & Saturday tickets are on sale, currently priced at £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.
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