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EMERGE FESTIVAL is rated 1.9 out of 5 by 15.
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What people are saying about Emerge Festival

Rated 2 out of 5 by from the life operation game was a disappointment We were expecting an engaging, creative life operation game but it turned out to be one that is less exciting, though marginally larger than the original board game!
Date published: 2019-10-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from More time queueing than watching It was raining and the length of the lines was quite depressing. I think they sold to many tickets and the Natural History Museum was so crowded.
Date published: 2019-10-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Missold and hypocritical Heavily advertised as Jungle at the Natural History Museum, it was only afterwards that everyone was emailed saying you needed a second wristband for that event, all of which were gone 4 hours before the start of the event. I put my disappointment behind me to see what the rest of the festival had to offer. I ended up at an exhibit at the Design Museum about the dangers of single use plastic, and was stunned to then be handed free food in a single use plastic container.
Date published: 2019-10-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very very disappointing I've purchased 2 tickets for the Festival using the weblink of the performance from Jungle. I wanted to see Jungle and only Jungle. While you're purchasing the tickets, at any point states that you are ONLY buying tickets for the festival that DO NOT guarantee access to your chosen performance as this will be dependent on capacity. I have not received any email or reminder that wristbands could be picked up from a certain time of day and that would be advisable if you were after a sought after performance. I arrived at the Natural History Museum at 7PM and after queuing for 1 hour in the rain was told by a member of staff that Jungle was already at full capacity and I had zero chances of going in. You can imagine my disappointment. Yes, I could have done my homework and obsessively search for information about the event but if feels the organisation should share some of this weight.. Surely you knew Jungle would attract this many people, there should have been more and better communication about what was expected from the public. I ended up losing that money as by 8PM was relatively late to go online and browse through the festival programe looking for something else I might enjoy attending.
Date published: 2019-10-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I must say that title for my review due to the misinformation received. I bought the tickets, mainly because of the illusion that caused me to see the national history museum at night. I followed the festival in networks and in no time I understood that a different ticket had to be obtained to be able to enter the party of the British museum. I came from Spain just for that. After explaining it to several organizers and none of them knew how to give me a solution. Otherwise the festival well.
Date published: 2019-10-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Oversubscribed Went 2 hours early to gain access to the Natural History Museum before Jungle was scheduled to play and all the wristband were already distributed. The access to the event queue had more than 1000 people waiting in the rain and it was "one in, one out" policy already at this time. Was disappointed to say the least (as was a good number of individuals). Hopefully will get better for next time as the concept is excellent.......execution seriously lacking.
Date published: 2019-09-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Queue after queue after queue! The concept of the event is a really lovely idea. However with plans to visit atleast 4 of the venues with our friday entry access ticket. We spent the evening outside queing to get into the venues! From 6pm - 11pm there are plenty of advertised locations, however this festival had not been prepared for the amount of people visiting the venues. For example with a capacity of 80 we were queing at the Wellington Arch for over an hour in which when inside it was extremely claustrophobic with a 20 minute wait to be served at the bar. We lost the evening going through this process at every venue of choice, I was really disheartened.
Date published: 2019-09-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Up there with Fyre Fest in terms of unbelievably poor planning and communication. The best part of this event was using the toilet. Just as so many others did last Saturday, my boyfriend and I arrived at the Natural History Museum with PDF tickets, ready to collect the "additional wristbands" that we needed in order to see Jungle's DJ set which we'd paid for - a full 3 hours before the event was due to begin. After a long hard week of work, bills and brexit, we both waited in the rain with 3000 other people from 18:30 to 20:45 without access to any drinks or toilets, ONLY to reach the front of the queue and be told that we were unable to get into the DJ set that we'd actually been queuing for, as all the necessary wristbands had been given away...to reiterate we had already paid for these tickets and wristbands in full, weeks and weeks in advance!!! To add insult to injury, after we were told that we'd be unable to see Jungle but could enter and see the end of a lecture instead (don't know about you but a LECTURE is not anywhere close to seeing a live DJ), several people cut to the front of the queue and were permitted access as they were on a "guest list" - despite us having queued for more than 2 hours before they arrived. In the end we decided to go in just to use the toilet, after which we then left straight away. We later found out that thousands of people had been queuing in the same line for 3 individual events at the same venue. No clear or accurate updates were shared with the queue of hopefuls still expecting to have a great night out for the entire duration of our queuing, and when a member of the event team finally felt brave enough to travel the length of the queue and explain the situation, they still couldn't confirm for certain that we wouldn't get in - it was as if NOBODY in the event team at this venue had the exact numbers of how many more people could be facilitated. Judging from social media, the exact same thing was happening at simultaneous Emerge Festival events all over London, so it's just as well that we didn't receive an update or recommendation to travel to another event. We probably wouldn't have been able to get in there either! We paid for tickets and transport and did exactly as you'd suggested on your website only to have the most disappointing experience ever. A refund genuinely wouldn't be enough to cover the wasted time, energy and travel money taken out of our precious Saturday night, but it's really going to be the only place for you to start. I'd like to think that everyone who was unable to access this event will be getting priority access to early release event tickets at some stage in future, but at present I'm still waiting for a response from Emerge Festival's customer service team - let's hope they're a more efficient group of people than the event planners!
Date published: 2019-09-30
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