Rock, electronic and dance come to the sunny (it's August) festival in Austria.
Austria's given us a lot over the years: Freud, Schwarzenegger, some mountains. Erm, chocolate? We think so anyway. And now Frequency, a wonderful festival just an hour from Vienna, a city finally made famous by Midge Ure's Ultravox in the '80s, it's a feast of musical talent with a mixture of huge international names and some local acts as well. Now in its 15th year, the festival has helped turn Sankt Pölsten into a young, hip town, or it would have done if we hadn't used the word hip, anyway.
Make sure you stay for the evening (why wouldn't you?) – the firework and light show is amazing.
How do I get there?
The festival organisers provide a nice little run down of ways to get to the festival via the FAQ's, which stands for frequently asked questions. One frequently asked question about festivals is 'how do I get there?' It's answered here. Tidy.
Tickets start at €120 for a three day pass. There are three tiers: Pre-sale Austria, Pre-sale Germany and Pre-sale International
Caravan tickets + 3 day pass: €175
VIP Tickets+ caravan: €254
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets are available via the website.