To say thank you to local emergency services and NHS staff in Lancashire, Highest Point Festival is giving away 1000 tickets to this year’s event, with both Friday 17th and Saturday 18th May tickets up for the taking.
Richard Dyer, Festival Director said, “Every single one of us will rely on the emergency services and NHS at least once in our lives and we appreciate how much pressure they are under, so that’s why we’re offering 1000 free tickets to Highest Point Festival. It’s a very small gesture to say thank you for all of the hard work they do”.
There are 500 Friday tickets and 500 Saturday tickets available. Highest Point will be choosing the winners by ballot on Monday 6th May at 5pm. If you work in the emergency services (Police, Fire, Ambulance, Coast Guard & RNLI) or the NHS within Lancashire then enter your details below to register for a ticket.
Apply at http://bit.ly/highestpointthanksyou
Applications for 2019 are now closed.
The lucky 1000 will be able to see the likes of Sister Sledge, The Zutons, Grandmaster Flash, Feeder and many more at Lancaster’s glorious Williamson Park for another jam-packed weekend of music and arts.
Now in its second year, the city’s largest and most popular music festival will welcome some of its most established names to date across Friday 17th – Sunday 19th May, with extended hours on the Friday and Saturday, featuring five stages of music from 11am-11pm.
You can also catch the likes of Greg Wilson and Hifi Sean at the Gin & Disco stage, find new talent like Anna Calvi and Cabbage on the BBC Introducing stage and explore the natural amphitheatre The Dell if you’re into your dance music with James Zabiela and London Elektricity.
See the full line up at www.highestpoint.co.uk