Following its hugely successful launch, the organisers of Liverpool’s brand new boutique festival HOPE & GLORY have announced that there is now an opportunity to purchase day tickets for the weekend event. Day tickets will be available for adults at £49.50 and £39 for U16’s, for each day, with full weekend tickets costing just £89.
With reaction to the festival and its stellar artist line-up proving unprecedentedly strong – and with tickets sales soaring across the whole of the UK – the festival organisers have listened to social media feedback and have now also instigated a payment plan to help spread the cost of a weekend ticket.
Prospective festival-goers can now purchase a weekend ticket with an initial payment of £29.50 followed by two further payments of £29.75 – a simple way of spreading the cost without any additional charges. Full details can be found at HopeAndGloryFestival.co.uk.
Tickets available from
HopeAndGloryFestival.co.uk / Eventbrite.com / SEEtickets.com
Weekend Tickets (inc. booking fee):
Under 16s £59
Under 10s £49
Under 5s £FREE
Payment plan to spread the cost over three installments also available
Day Tickets (inc. booking fee):
Under 16’s £39
Full T’s & C’s at HopeAndGloryFestival.co.uk
FULL LINE UP AND STAGE SPITS
THE GREAT EXHIBITION STAGE
Charlotte Church’s Late Night Pop Dungeon
Badly Drawn Boy
The Membranes And 25 Piece Choir
WONDERS OF THE AGE STAGE
Dave Mccabe (The Zutons) with Ian Skelly (The Coral)
Chris Helme (The Seahorses)
The Ordinary Boys
Haunt The Wood
GREAT EXHIBITION STAGE
with special Guests Shaun Ryder & Bez (Happy Mondays) & Tim Booth (James)
Ocean Colour Scene
Public Service Broadcasting
Reverend & The Makers
Clean Cut Kid
Show Hawk Duo
WONDERS OF THE AGE STAGE
The Shimmer Band
Changeover on stages will be occupied by Ultimate Power and Propaganda DJs.
IN THE LADY GARDEN STAGE
Featuring spectacular entertainment including Football Legends charity darts match,
Charlotte Church in conversation with renowned journalist Simon Price, Celebrity Charity
arm wrestling, The Victorian Acrobatic Team, The Liverpool International Air Guitar Competition, Harminder the Elephant, Dinosaur Baby in the Pram, Dance of the Lobsters and The Woman Who Grew Up Into A Tree.
Additionally, over the course of the weekend and throughout the festival site, there will be a Foam Party, Prince Albert’s Little Secret (Cocktail bar), Mothers Ruin (Gin bar), Mr Edison’s Electric Emporium, Dr Johnson’s Clandestine Gathering, The Hoop & Stick, Darwin’s Little Darlings, Stephi LaReine’s Fashionista Hour and more.