Highest Point, Lancashire’s biggest open-air festival, has today announced a limited number of three day tickets and Saturday tickets are set to go on sale today (Monday 2nd May) at 10am.

Previously, event organisers had announced that weekend and Saturday tickets for the music festival had sold out, but a limited amount of re-sale tickets will be made available this morning.

The four-day musical extravaganza, which will feature an array of chart-toppers and rock legends, including Clean Bandit, Kaiser Chiefs and Richard Ashcroft, plus the return of the Big Family Day Out, the festival promises to be one not to be missed. 

Highest Point Festival will be held from Thursday 12th – Sunday  15th May 2022 at the stunning 54-acre grounds of Williamson Park, where guests can expect to see more than one hundred artists across six stages over the course of the weekend, plus enjoy a premier regional street food and craft beer offering on-site. 

The headliners at this year’s event are set to be accompanied by the likes of Basement Jaxx, Sigala, Example, Brit Nominee Not3s, Low Steppa, as well as breakout stars Mae Muller and Mimi Webb. There will also be appearances from Horse Meat Disco, SASASAS, Shy FX, Sub Focus, Turno, DJ & producer Emily Nash, Lancaster natives Lowes, Judge Jules, Luke Una, Charlie Tee and local hero Matt Thiss plus indie favourites Reverend and the Makers, and The Lottery Winners.  For a dose of nostalgia, Escape Classics, Mr Wilsons Second Liners, 80s V 90s and Funkademia will wow the crowds & festival favourites The Cuban Brothers will return once again this year, with their outrageous comedy performances. 

There are a few new additions to this year’s festival, including the Noktober beer hall, a new area of the event which will feature an immersive bingo experience with rave intervals, dance-offs and audience participation, karaoke, drag acts & more. There will also be a new drinks masterclass area, a bigger stage area at The Woods, plus more bars and more toilets. 

The Big Family Day out is also back with Sunday, the final day of the festival, set to be a day full of fun and laughter for the whole family with festival style activities designed for kids of all ages.

This year’s festival will follow on from 2021’s hugely successful comeback instalment that saw the festival return following the covid-19 pandemic. 

Jamie Scahill, co-founder of the festival said, "With a jam-packed line up of music and entertainment, we look forward to welcoming thousands of attendees to Williamson Park this May. As one of the first festivals of the year, we can’t wait for the festival season to kick off!’

The festival line-up is as follows:


Richard Ashcroft 

Reverend and The Makers / The Lottery Winners / Chris Hawkins 


Clean Bandit (live) 

Anton Powers / Basement Jaxx (DJ Set) / Charlie Tee / Judge Jules / Low Steppa / Lowes / Luke Una / Mimi Webb / NOT3S / SASASAS / Sigala (live) / Turno / Voltage & Slay and many more…


Kaiser Chiefs

D.O.D / Example / Funkademia / Gina Breeze / Girls Don’t Sync / Gloria / Harriet Jaxxon / Horse Meat Disco / Lyra / Lois / Mae Muller / Sub Focus (DJ Set & ID) / Shy FX / The Cuban Brothers / Tim Gallagher /Tom Zanetti / Voltage and many more…


Free activities all day including: Live music / Interactive Theatre / Storytelling / Arts and crafts / Entry to the Butterfly House and Mini Zoo / Drumming workshops / Science Shows and much more.

A limited number of three day tickets (£140)  and Saturday tickets (£70) will go on sale via Highest Point's website with Thursday tickets also available to buy. 

In 2021 the festival welcomed 35,000 ticket-holders for four days of fun-filled musical performances from some of the music industry’s biggest names, including indie icons James, Brit & Ivor Novello award winner Rag‘n’Bone Man, musical legend Rick Astley, chart star Becky Hill, Brit and MOBO award-winning singer/songwriter Ella Eyre, British electronic music band Clean Bandit, chart-topping Rudimental, plus many more. 




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