Saturday 4th August 2018
Open to all ages
The award-winning Humber Street Sesh Festival, will take place on Friday evening, August 3, in addition to the staple Saturday August 4, over an expanded site.
Festival organisers are excited to announce new developments for next year which include expansion of the festival site and the addition of an exclusive Friday evening of Sesh Headliners of the past six years, from 7-11 pm on a new area, soon to be disclosed.
The staple Saturday 11am-11pm will encompass the expanded site and the usual festival site of the marina, Humber Street and surrounding areas.
Early bird tickets are £5 Friday night and £5 Saturday.
Only 5000 early bird tickets will be available for a limited period from Monday, December 11 until January 14, 2018.
Following the early bird offer, wristbands for each day will be £10 advance and £15 on the gates.
Children aged 12 years and under - accompanied by an adult, go FREE - please collect free tickets from on-site wristband exchange points on the day of the festival.
Mark Page, Festival Founder and Director said “We are very excited about Sesh 2018. The festival has outgrown itself and after the huge success of 2017, we have acted on the public call for a two-day event. Friday night will feature past Sesh headliners with a few special guests. Our usual Saturday will stay true to our ethos of providing a powerful platform for the creative brilliance of this area and beyond”.
Dave Mays, Festival Director said “As well, as providing a wider platform for artists, the bigger site will alleviate the intensity of the festival, allowing Humber Street and its businesses to breathe and operate at full potential. Site expansion will minimise disruption to marina businesses in terms of improved parking and noise management. Facilities will also be improved to enhance the festival experience.”
PLEASE NOTE Wristbands are not being posted out for this event. Choose a physical or Print at Home ticket when checking out, then please exchange this on-site on the day of the festival for a wristband.