Ways To Enjoy Sundown Festival
Sundown Festival is coming up - so we've explained some of the many ways you can enjoy it!
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Sundown Festival is coming up and, as you may be able to tell by now, we’re extremely excited!
The festival, hosted at Norfolk Showground in Norwich, will be home to the likes of Jason Derulo, Jess Glynne, Years & Years, Dizzee Rascal and more across the weekend of the 2nd to the 4th of September.
With so much going on, and more to be announced, we’ve decided to make a list of all of the ways you could possibly enjoy Sundown Festival.
1. Arrive A Day Early
If this isn’t your first festival, then this one should be obvious. Coming a bit early to a festival can make a world of difference and can ensure that you don’t miss any of the acts! The Main Stage kicks off on Saturday, but if you arrive on Friday you get free entry (if you’re a camper) to the Big Top Opening Party!
2. Come With Your Family
Who said that a festival can’t be fun for the whole family? Sundown Festival is designed to be a great time whether you’re with friends or family (or both!). There’s also a family camping area for parents with kids between the ages of 14 to 18 years old. You can check that out here.
Also, please note, if you’re Under-16 and camping you must be accompanied by an adult. And you must be Over-14 to camp.
3. Come With Your Friends
It’s undoubtable that the best way to enjoy a festival is by camping – so if you don’t want to bring your family, bring your friends! For details about Standard Camping, click here
We’ve always been a little bit suspicious of glamping, personally, because to the us the fun of the festival is getting down and dirty – but that’s not for everyone! Pioneers in glamping, ZooBells, are providing luxury tents… actually now we’re starting to get a bit tempted! For all of the details on how to get in on this, click here
This one goes without saying, but anything that could possibly harm yourself can harm someone else too. And why would you want to ruin anyone (including your own) festival experience?
Festival sites are an incredible world within their own, seemingly split off from the pressures of society, school and work – but the laws are the same, as are the dangers. Sundown Festival has a Zero Tolerance approach and anybody causing a disturbance or risking the safe environment of the site will be evicted. There will be no warnings.
There we go – those are just some of the ways that you can enjoy Sundown Festival
For more details, and to buy your tickets, visit: <a href'="http://www.sundownfestival.co.uk/'" target="_blank">www.sundownfestival.co.uk.
In the meantime, enjoy one of our favourite songs, Who Do You Think Of by M.O. – yep they’re performing too!