Hi-Tide Festival

Dreamland Margate, Kent.

Hi-Tide Festival

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. We cannot issue refunds to under 16s who are not accompanied by an adult.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
PRIORITY ENTRY 18+ £79.75 (£72.50)
Priority Entry 13.00
PRIORITY ENTRY 15-17 YEARS OF AGE £79.75 (£72.50)
Priority Entry 13.00
PRIORITY ENTRY 10 - 14 YEARS OF AGE £79.75 (£72.50)
Priority Entry 13.00
PRIORITY ENTRY UNDER 10'S £0.00 (£0.00)
Priority Entry 13.00
GENERAL ADMISSION ENTRY 18+ £68.75 (£62.50)
GENERAL ADMISSION ENTRY 17 - 15 YEARS OF AGE £68.75 (£62.50)
GENERAL ADMISSION ENTRY 10 - 14 YEARS OF AGE £68.75 (£62.50)
GENERAL ADMISSION ENTRY UNDER 10'S £0.00 (£0.00)

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More information about Hi-Tide Festival tickets

As a highlight of Dreamland Margate's 100th birthday celebrations, this unique festival at the coolest venue in the country will see the UK's most loved DJ, Fatboy Slim aka Norman Cook bring his full DJ stage extravaganza to Margate on Saturday 4th July. Now with Special Guests including, , 'Jax Jones', 'Hannah Wants' and 'Riton' plus many more acts to be added to the bill.

And on Sunday 5th July, purveyors of quality music since 1979, the legendary Madness will bring the festival to a close. Now with Special Guests including, 'Rudimental DJ Set', 'Baxter Dury', 'Gentleman's Dub Club' and 'Holly Cook' plus many more acts to be added to the bill.

This brand-new two-day festival is brought to you from Fifty Six Group, the creators of the celebrated sell out Demon Dayz with Gorillaz which took place at Dreamland in 2017.

Hi Tide will have two separate stages across the 15,000 capacity amusement park, with live artists, DJs and thrilling rides giving guests all the fun of the fair in an incredible festival setting. The day admission ticket gives access to the whole amazing experience and unlimited rides, plus all the bands and artists for the entire day. Each day is a separate ticket, with the option of purchasing a weekend pass.

Tickets go on sale at hi-tidefestival.com at 9am on Friday 31st January.

The festival will be one of the headlines events helping to mark Dreamland Margate's 100th anniversary in 2020, and will be the biggest music event that vintage amusement park has hosted since it reopened in 2015.

Dreamland CEO Eddie Kemsley (f) said: "This is a going to be phenomenal event for Dreamland, and for the people of Kent. We are thrilled to present not one but two incredible headline artists over one epic weekend at our beautiful park in our centenary year. We can't think of a better birthday party!

"We really pleased to be working with Fifty Six Group again, and to build on the amazing success of Demon Dayz. It's going to be a big year for Margate."

Fifty Six Group CEO Mags Revell said: "After Demon Dayz we really saw there was a need to bring a major festival to Margate and for the local Kent community. Hi Tide will become a yearly event that we hope will be taken into the hearts of the local community and in turn they will help us create its personality as it grows."

With excellent road and rail links, Dreamland Margate is less than 90 minutes from central London.