Everything you need to know if you’re going to Reminisce Festival 2019
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The ultimate old skool music festival returns to Merseyside this weekend and the line-up is UNREAL!
Back once again! Reminisce Festival returns to Sherdley Park this week with one of the best line-ups we’ve ever seen! Old skool makes a come back with more than 150 live performances and DJ’s from around the globe and from right here in the North West.
It’s time to get fezzy glam, start listening to all your favourite tracks and scroll down to find out everything you need to know about this years ultimate throwback gathering.
Here’s everything you need to know about Reminisce Festival 2019…
Where & When
Reminisce Festival takes place at Sherdley Park, St Helens on Saturday 7th September 2019. The festival runs from 12 midday until 11pm.
Lea Green train station is just across the road from the Reminisce Festival site entrance – this is the best and most convenient way to get to the festival.
Buses, Private Coaches and Mini Buses
Head to the Arriva North West site here to check services running to and from St Helens and the festival site area. Coaches are running to the festival from all over the North West. The official coach and minibus dropoff and pickup zone is on Marshalls Cross Road (Northbound). Please follow the signs. Head this way to book Happybus.
There is no parking on the festival site, although there is a car park at Lea Green train station. IF you’re getting dropped off or jumping in a cab, the festival postcode is WA9 3BZ.
The Reminisce line-up of homegrown and international DJ’s and live acts is absolutely first class. Our very own Lee Butler takes to the decks alongside more than 150 acts for 11 hours of the most anthemic dance tracks ever produced. Scroll down for a brief run down of who is playing which arena. Full list here.
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Live on stage you’ll see the likes of 2Funky2, Angie Brown, Ultra Nate, Baby D, D:Ream, Whigfield, Rozalla Urban Cookie Collective and more. DJ’s in this arena include Dave Pearce, Mark Freejack, Lee Butler, Des Mitchell and more.
Live on stage you’ll see DJ Aligator, Infextious, Love Inc featuring Nikki, N Trance and more. DJ’s include Alex T, Andy Whitby, Ultrabeat, Flip N Fill and more.
Live on stage you’ll see the phenomenal Julie McKnight, Alexandra Prince, Sandy D and Shawnee Taylor. DJ’s include Alan Hartley, Ian Longo, Anton Powers, Les Calvert, Jeremy Healy, Mick Willow and more.
Live on stage you’ll see the incredible Marcella Woods and Tricia McTeague. DJ’s include Judge Jules, Rob Tissera, Kissy Sell Out, Matt Darey and more.
Quadrant in the Park
Live on stage you’ll see Beverley Skeete, K Klass, Kathy Brown and Shades of Rhythm (what a line up!). DJ’s include Andy Carroll, DJ Pluto, John Kelly, Mike Knowler and more.
DJ’s include Billy Clements, Danny Fisher, Dom Townsend, EBO, Jeremy Healy, Josh Miller, Lee Bullock, Lee Morrison, Liam Cooper, Ian Hincks, Paul Bleasedale and loads more.
You can still (at the time of publishing) get your hands on standard entry tickets for Reminisce Festival 2019. Tickets are £79.00 plus £6 booking fee. Get yours here.
You MUST have valid photographic ID and your ticket to gain entry to the festival site. DON’T FORGET YOUR ID.
Reminisce Do’s & Dont’s
To make sure everyone has a ball at Reminisce Festival, here’s a heads up on the do’s and don’t’s. Have a scroll down and get ready to rave and misbehave.
Do check the weather on the run up to the event and plan your fezzy outfit in advance.
Boss top tip this. Take a screen grab of a contact number that you can be reached on (a mates number or home number) and save it as your wallpaper on your phone in case you lose it at the festival!
Do get yourself a locker or cloak room ticket and store your (small) bag and coat so you can dance your feet sore, hands free.
Do stay hydrated! Refill your water bottles regularly around the festival site.
Do find your own ‘quiet spot’ if things get a little too much for you, but never stop partying!
Do charge your phone on the festival site so you can capture all those memorable moments singing at your mates!
Don’t forget your ticket and your photo ID.
Don’t bring the kitchen sink! All bags will be searched on entry and are subject to searches when on the festival site. Security at the festival is Airport grade so don’t bring any sharp objects, glass, food or drink, weapons or BBQ’s! Full list of prohibited items here.
Don’t leave the Reminisce Festival site unless you’re 100% sure you’re done. There is no re-entry allowed.
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Reminisce Festival is committed to being accessible to all. Free tickets for carers are available via Ticket Quarter. Simply purchase your Reminisce ticket, then call 0344 8000410 to request a Personal Assistant Ticket. This request must be made in advance.
There is an accessible lane on arrival at the festival site where staff will be on hand to assist your entry to the site. There are accessible toilets at Reminisce Festival. More info here.
You can get event updates from Reminisce Festival by following @ReminisceFest on Twitter or by checking out the official Facebook page here.