Chart-friendly acts headline this Norfolk festival, where the fans large it up while the summer winds down.
The British summer isn’t exactly reliable, but you can guarantee the good times keep rolling until the end by pitching up at Norwich’s Sundown festival on the last weekend of August.
With many of the artists being radio-friendly crowd-pleasers, there shouldn’t be too much difficult getting the party started, particularly when the 2014 lineup included Ellie Goulding, Tinie Tempah and Chase & Status, while Pusha T provided a bit of edge.
And it was a good place to check out potential stars of tomorrow, like Katy Perry-approved Foxes, Rudimental collaborator Ella Eyre and Breach (AKA Ben Westbeech).
Posh loo gurus VIPees will be at Sundown, so you can wee like royalty instead of mixing it with the hoi polloi. How very civilised.
How do I get there?
Travelling by Car: Visit the site for more detailed directions.
Travelling by Train: Norwich Railway Station situated 5 miles from the Showground. Shuttle buses will run from the station to the Showground on a regular basis throughout the weekend, operated by First Bus. Details below.
Travelling by Bus: First are delighted to be providing shuttle buses to Sundown Festival 2014. Festival-goers will have a choice of services to get to the Showground this year.
Big Green Coach will operate return coach services direct to the Official coach park at Sundown Festival 2014.
Weekend and Camping Ticket: £95
Day Tickets: £35
VIP Day Tickets: £85
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
You can buy tickets via the website or National Box Office.