Fast fun in Finsbury Park
United we stand, together we fall. That's what Frodo said in Lord of the Return of the Jedi but it didn't make any sense. Silly little hobbit. TASTY HOBBITS!
What does make sense is having a big-ass dance rave-off in Finsbury Park to cap off the festival season. And that's where United Festival comes in. The best festival in a park named after Lord Fin of 'sbury, United Festival promises to be a party of epic proportions to celebrate the end of summer and cheer yourself up before winter descends. Winter's coming…
Stupid hobbits. HOBBITS!
If you are going to watch all the Lord of the Rings films in one go, watch the edited versions, otherwise it's really really long.
How do I get there?
Finsbury Park Is Easy To Reach Using Public Transport. For The Latest Travel Updates Please Use The Tfl Journey Planner Before You Depart On The Day: tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey
Finsbury Park Station is accessible via either the Victoria or Piccadilly lines. The nearest tube station is Finsbury Park. Manor House is ten minutes away on foot.
Various National Rail Services From Kings Cross Stop Directly At Finsbury Park Overground Station, Please Check The National Rail Website For A Timetable & To Plan Your Journey: nationalrail.co.uk
Key Bus Routes Stopping In The Finsbury Park Area Include: 4, 19, 29, 106, 141,153, 210, 236, 253, 254, 259, 279, 341, W3, W7
The festival strongly advises against car travel as there will not be any parking within the area of Finsbury Park.
Standard Ticket Final Release - £40
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets available from the website