A festival of people. And togetherness. Maybe.
So what do you need to know about Together the People? Well, when you get loads of people together, it tends to be a festivity of some sort. Or a rally. Luckily, Together the People is a festival, and an exciting one too, celebrating art, music, film and art. We said art twice but that was intentional. Taking place in Brighton in September, the two dayer promises to have something for everyone, whether you're a family looking to entertain the kids or a dye-in-the-wool music fan hoping to see some established acts alongside some up and coming artists.
Keep your eyes peeled for BIG surprise headline acts. But make sure you get some sleep or you'll die.
How do I get there?
Preston Park has excellent transport links. There is no parking at the event or in the surrounding area. The area around Preston Park is residential so they ask that you don't drive to the event. They advise traveling by public transport or by foot.
By foot: Preston Park is around a 30 minute walk from the centre of town.
By train: The nearest station is Brighton Station. If you're planning a journey by train please make sure you check with National Rail’s journey planner.
By bus: Brighton and Hove Bus Company run a regular bus service to and from the site. Services include the 5, 5a, 91 and the 55. For up to date travel information please use Brighton & Hove buses travel planner.
By taxi: There will be a dedicated taxi pick up/drop off point at the event. There a number of local taxi companies:
Streamline: 01273 202020
Brighton & Hove City Cabs: 01273 205205
Brighton & Hove Radio Cabs: 01273 204060
By plane: The nearest airport is Shoreham. It's unlikely, but you never know!
Early Bird Weekend – £71.50
Child Weekend (11 - 15yrs) – Early Bird £33.00
Kids Weekend (4-10yrs) – Early Bird
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets available from the website.