Aug 2020


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The basics

Lovely, hippie Brighton is transformed for one day into a right old rave-up in a field.

The festival

If you like electronic music, then you'll like Shakedown. Why? BECAUSE THERE'S A LOT OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC THERE, THAT'S WHY.

With tents from Hospitality, Defected and more, this is for the bass-heads - you won't find a banjo in sight.

Also, it's a one-day festival, so there's no need to pack. And talking of packing, they certainly pack a right old slab of acts into a single-dayer – this is bang for your buck.

Our tip

Vuvezelas are banned from the site, so don't bring any with you, you absolute twat.



Getting there

How do I get there?

By bus: Brighton & Hove Buses will be running a free Shakedown shuttle from the Old Steine in Brighton to Shakedown from 11am to 7pm. It will also take people back to the Old Steine in Brighton from 8pm to 1am.

By train: For those arriving at Brighton station, we recommend walking to the Old Steine to board the Shakedown Shuttle which takes you straight to Waterhall.

By car parking: Shakedown is a no-parking festival. Please use public transport provided.

NOTE: Brighton Marina car parks are closed to festival traffic, all persons attempting to park in these car parks will be questioned and their cars monitored – wheel clamping will be in operation.

By coach: Big Green Coach, the Events Travel Company, are operating day return coach services to Shakedown 2015.



Second release tickets: £45 

Second release VIP tickets: £75

When can I get them?

Tickets on sale now

Where can I get them?

Tickets are available via the website.

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