NEW DATE ANNOUNCED: Highest Point Festival


April 16, 2020

Lancaster’s most popular music festival has set a new date for later in the year following an unavoidable postponement to the original date which was set for May.

All tickets will still be valid for the new date which is set to be 11th September 2020. The headlining acts such as Rudimental, Rag n’ Bone Man and Becky Hill will also move to the new date. The family day will also be on the 13th September 2020.

Tickets originally went on sale in early February via online ticket platform Skiddle and saw unprecedented levels of demand with festival goers having to wait in line for ticket availability.

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IMAGE: Thousands attend the main stage under the Ashton Memorial in 2019

Last year 15,000 people attended​ the festival that featured a variety of world class artists including Sister Sledge and The Zutons across a three day period.

Highest Point organiser Richard Dyer said: “​2020 promises to be an even more spectacular festival​, with more global names and local stars set to arrive at one of the North’s most impressive locations. We can’t wait to do it all again in the amazing Williamson Park in the heart of Lancaster”

It's understood there will be an additional date added which will be a free event to say thanks to all key workers and NHS staff, more details to be released soon.

Tickets are now back on sale with the last remaining wave of tickets available via www.beyondtickets.co.uk