Sundown Festival 2017: Everything you need to know about Sunday
PUBLISHED: 12:44 03 September 2017 | UPDATED: 12:44 03 September 2017
Copyright: Archant 2017
After a successful Saturday featuring performances from Craig David, Rag’n’Bone Man and Raye, Sundown Festival continues today at the Norfolk Showground. Here’s a look at what’s happening on day two of the music extravaganza...
The festival is open from 12 noon, when the arena gates open and closes at 10.30pm. Each day, the Box Office opens at 9am and closes at 7.30pm on Sunday.
Main Stage: Loop 1pm-1.20pm, Starley 1.35pm-1.55pm, Zak Abel 2.10pm-2.30pm, Youngr 2.50pm-3.15pm, Stefflon Don 3.30pm-4pm, Jonas Blue 4.20pm-4.50pm, Louisa Johnson 5.15pm-5.55pm, John Newman 6.20pm-7.20pm, You Me At Six 7.50pm-8.50pm, Pendulum 9.30pm-10.30pm.
Castle Stage: Oblivion 1pm-2.30pm. T>I 2.30pm-4pm, Etherwood & MC Wrec 4pm-5pm, SPY & MC Wrec 5pm-6pm, Fred V & Grafix with MC Carasel 6pm-7pm, Metrik & MC Carasel 7pm-8pm, DJ Marky and MC Dynamite 8pm-9pm, Camo & Krooked with MC Dynamite 9pm-10pm.
Nest Stage: Jacky 1pm-2.30pm, Sidney Charles 2.30pm-4pm, Deetron 4pm-5pm, Solardo 5.30pm-7pm, Skream 7pm-8.30pm, Artwork 8.30pm-10pm
Mystree Stage: Niko/9trane 1pm-2pm, Get One/Havez 2pm-3pm, Levi Fruits 3pm-4pm, KT Maxx 4pm-5pm, Jives 5pm-6pm, Shane Kehoe 6pm-7pm, Curtis Marshall 7pm-8pm, Mediate 8pm-9pm, Groove District 9pm-10pm.
By Car: Put in NR5 0TP into a Sat Nav.
From the North: The Sundown Festival site is located just off the A47, Norwich Southern Bypass at the A1074 junction. From there, follow clearly marked signs for the festival.
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From the South: When travelling to Norwich from London on the A11 or from Ipswich on the A140, take the A47 bypass westwards and follow the signs for Sundown.
By Train: Just 5 miles from the showground, Norwich Railway Station is the most accessible station. From there, frequent shuttle buses will run, operated by First Bus (see below).
By Bus: Visit the First Eastern Counties Buses website to find a shuttle bus from you location which will take you straight to the festival.
By Coach: If you have purchased a Ticket + Coach, Big Green Coach will take you to the centre of the showground. All coaches arrive on the Friday and return on Monday 5th September. They leave from Cambridge, Chelmsford, Colchester, Kings Lynn, London and Peterborough.
This year marks the opening of the new Mystree Area, the launch of the Tropical Tea Party.
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Car parking is £10 a day or £20 for the weekend if a camping or weekend ticket has been purchased. Pay on arrival but it is limited and operates on a first come, first served basis. No campervans, motorhomes or caravans are permitted
What is provided: Toilets, ATM cash machines and accessible areas including a viewing platform and accessible toilets.
Extras to pay for: A Festival Lanyard is £5 which has stage times and guide. Festival lockers are £10 a day or £25 for the weekend. Reserve a phone charger now for an advance price of £14.95. Club Class Pamper area is £25 for the weekend includes luxury showers and toilets and a pamper area with free ghd’s, hair dryers and mirrors.
A few tickets for the event are still remaining. Day tickets are priced at £43.50 with the option of going VIP for an additional £40. VIP includes a backstage VIP area, dedicated toilets, acoustic stage, fast track entry etc.
For more information or to purchase tickets visit sundownfestival.co.uk