High Voltage 2012 Cancelled
High Voltage 2012 Cancelled
Starts: Sat 21st to Sun 22nd July 2012
High Voltage is the festival all true rock fans have been waiting for – custom built by rock fans for rock fans. The High Voltage team has been to every rock festival imaginable – taking what they have learned to build a rock festival unlike any other.
First of all there’s the music: Amazing headliners spread over three unique stages specially curated to cater for different sides of the rock audience with a brilliant cast of support acts playing special must-see sets. Then there’s the festival itself. The facilities are second to none: great food, seated bars with proper beer including this year a big selection of real ales, clean toilets, grandstand seating and lots of non music attractions ranging from the sedate to the spectacular.
Gates open at 12 noon each day and close at 11pm on Saturday and 10:30pm on Sunday.
High Voltage offers a new and unique festival experience for rock fans of all ages. Only High Voltage gives ticket buyers the freedom to design their own bespoke festival package – which can include accommodation, transport and VIP bar access.
There are several deluxe hospitality packages including designated hotels, hotel shuttle transport, VIP backstage access and facilities – You can choose the elements you want and design your own bespoke festival experience – why not make an amazing weekend of it and take in some of London town as well as coming to the best Classic Rock festival in the UK!
High Voltage Festival takes the needs of disabled customers very seriously and actively encourages people of all abilities to attend The Festival. The number of Wheelchairs that they can admit in the viewing platforms is limited. In order to ensure that all disabled patrons are adequately catered for, they request that all disabled customers contact the Festival Organizers by emailing email@example.com prior to arrival. It is advisable to explain the nature of the disability to ensure adequate assistance.
Access to the Disabled platforms will be granted provided that you have emailed them to register in advance. Note that depending on the nature of your disability, some viewing platforms might not be suited and consequently, access cannot be guaranteed. Disabled patrons that have not informed High Voltage Festival Organizers in advance of arrival may not be admitted onto the Disabled Viewing Platforms. Registered Wheelchair users are allowed one carer to attend free of charge. A ticket, free of charge, will be issued to the carer on site upon entrance. This must be arranged in advanced via email.
Lineup has not yet been confirmed.
By Public Transport
Victoria Park is less than 30 minutes from any of London’s main rail stations, so whichever part of the world you are coming from there is a quick and easy route to this lovely part of London.
Mile End is on the Central and District lines and then a 10 minute walk to Victoria Park.
Bus Routes Stopping At Mile End
D6, D7, 205, 323, 339, 25 or take the 277 straight to Victoria Park from Highbury & Islington, Hackney Central or Mile End.
Hackney Wick is operated by London Overground in travelcard zone 2.
There is no parking anywhere in the vicinity of Victoria Park so please come by public transport. Any car illegally parked will be towed.
The best place to be dropped off is the corner of Globe Road and Old Ford Road.
A wide selection of quality food and drink wil lbe available both days including: