‘Blackpool Festival’ to Take Place on the Iconic Blackpool Tower Headland
Friday and Saturday lineup to feature mix of live performances, and cutting-edge and legendary DJ names in association with Back To The Old Pool Festival.
Example & DJ Wire, Faithless (DJ Set), Roger Sanchez, Danny Howard, Paul Oakenfold, Erick Morillo, Altern 8, Todd Terry, Judge Jules, Josh Butler, Dave Pearce, Pirate Copy, Graeme Park (Hacienda), Utah Saints, Marco V, Darren Styles, Mason Maynard, Endor & many more.
Also featuring vital brands like The Syndicate, Sanctuary, More Cake, HQ and Hed Kandi, plus a fun-packed, family day out to be announced on the Sunday.
Brand new and all-encompassing Blackpool Festival is set to take place from Friday July 6th to Sunday July 8th at the iconic Tower Festival Headland on the world-famous Blackpool Promenade.
The just-announced lineup will feature a mouthwatering mix of contemporary house and tech house stars alongside legendary world class spinners, including Example & DJ Wire, Faithless (DJ set), Roger Sanchez, Danny Howard, Josh Butler, Pirate Copy, Endor, Mason Maynard, Paul Oakenfold, Erick Morillo, Altern8, Todd Terry, Judge Jules, Dave Pearce, Utah Saints, Marco V, Solarstone, Darren Styles and tons more.
Over four stages plus a VIP area, Blackpool Festival comes in association with Back To The Old Pool - a one day house classics and rave culture festival that made history in 2017 as the first dance event to be held at the Tower Festival Headland. It brings with it definitive northwest brands such as The Syndicate, Sanctuary, More Cake, HQ, and the internationally acclaimed Hed Kandi, to cater for a wide-range of musical tastes.
Both day and weekend tickets are now on sale from £35.00 and £75.00 respectively and can be purchased from www.blackpoolfestival.co.uk.
The fun-filled and musically jampacked Blackpool Festival is bringing something new to Blackpool. The Friday and Saturday programme is designed to take you through the many different scenes and styles of dance music from over the years, with Friday showcasing a more contemporary lineup of in-demand electronic acts, whilst Saturday pays homage to 30 years of house music with a mix of pioneering veterans and legends of the scene.
Sunday takes a different turn and becomes ‘Party On The Prom, Blackpool’s first family festival and comes in association with acclaimed family brand, Gloworm Festival, to offer plenty of exciting entertainment for all the family to enjoy.
Watched over by one of the UK’s most recognised landmarks, Blackpool Tower, and with views out towards the Irish Sea, the location for the Blackpool Festival makes it special indeed.
As well as all the non-stop musical offerings covering so many different bases, festival goers can also expect plenty of extras including a fun fair, food village, posh nosh, quick service at the bars with a token system, merchandise stalls, chill zones and much more besides.
Tickets for Blackpool Festival are now on sale and are available in day or weekend options to suit differing party tastes. Friday day tickets cost £35 and £50 VIP, and on Saturday, it’s £45 per day ticket or £60 VIP, all plus booking fees. Double tickets for both Friday and Saturday cost £75 and £100 VIP. As well as access to another arena of music, VIP ticket perks include, private bar, posh toilets plus queue-jump entry on arrival.
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