Shakedown Festival took place for the first time in 2011. During that year this show received a great jump-start by music lovers who had gathered at Stanmer Park in Brighton in huge numbers and who made it a smashing hit. According to the official attendance record, the number of people who attended Shakedown Festival in 2011 was close to 10,000 mark. The presence of people in this huge number was a great achievement for any show in its first year and Shakedown Festival had achieved that astonishingly. The premium artists who showcased their performances at the Shakedown Festival in 2011 include Kissy Sell Out, Ed Sheeran and more.
Shakedown Festival is the second big name among serious musical talent shows that take the stage in October usually. Therefore, visitors have a wide choice when it comes to doing various activities at this festival. The tickets of Shakedown festival give music devotees a great opportunity to catch some of the finest acts live in the striking surroundings of Stanmer Park in Brighton. In addition to this people can also relish food and drinks available from the stalls set up at this park, especially for this festival.
Shakedown Festival usually takes place in October (first week).
The duration of Shakedown Festival is one day.
Fans can buy tickets and VIP tickets online from here.
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Brighton, The City of Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom.
How to Get to the Shakedown Festival:
Falmer train station is about 0.6 miles away from Stanmer Park where Shakedown Festival takes place. By walk a person can cover this gap in about 13 minutes if he or she follows these directions from the Falmer train station; head northeast on Station Approach towards Falmer Hill/A27 then turn left onto Falmer Hill/A27 and continue to follow A27 until the patron you can see Stanmer Park in Brighton. Directions from Falmer train station to Stanmer Park.
Stanmer, adj Falmer School is 11 minutes walk from Stanmer Park, as the distance between these sites is close to 0.5 miles. So if a person heads northeast on Lewes Road/A270 towards Stony Mere Way from this bus stop and then continues to follow A270, the visitor will reach a sharp turn on the left which will lead him or her onto Lewes Road/A27, from where the bus user should continue to follow A27, until he/she gets to the park. Bus numbers 5B, 23, 25, N25, 38, 44, A2, A3, A4, A5, A7, A8 and A11 have stops at this bus stop. Direction from Stanmer, adj Falmer School to Stanmer Park.