Humber Street Sesh, the multi award-winning music festival will return to its spiritual home on Hull Marina, Saturday August 13th, with early bird tickets on sale now. Festival organisers, Sesh Events Ltd, are delighted to bring the festival back to its birthplace after three years away. The pandemic put paid to the festival in 2020, followed by flood barrier work preventing Humber Street Sesh 2021. Inner City Sesh, a new, smaller event was staged in Queens gardens last year, supported by Hull City Council.
The festival will take place on the east side of the Marina, with a free fringe area encompassing Humber Street and Stage@thedock that will stage some events. The fringe area will allow Marina businesses to operate without festival constraints and lessen the impact of the event on the burgeoning residential areas.
Humber Street Sesh started in 2012 to provide a powerful platform for the emerging artists of the region. By 2019, the event saw a stellar line up of UK national emerging artists like The Hunna, The Blinders and Yonaka. This year Humber Street Sesh 2022, will return to its roots showcasing over 100 acts celebrating Hull’s incredible artists, many of whom have gained national attention.
Community favourites include: the Silent Disco; Team Extreme Skate Park, with displays from the experts; Hip Hop Amphitheatre; Creative Arts Marquee by Scrapstore; art installations and photography exhibitions throughout the site; and an array of food choices and bars.
Humber Street Sesh 2022, Hull Marina, Saturday, August 13, 12pm-11pm
Early bird tickets £10. May 9 – June 9
Advance tickets £15. June 10 – August 12
Pay on the gate £20 August 13
Tickets can be purchased via humberstreetsesh.co.uk and seetickets.com Booking fees apply.
Free entrance for 12yrs and under, when accompanied by an 18yrs+ fee paying adult.
Wristband exchange locations TBC
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The waterside district of Fruit Market really has something for everyone. From places to eat and drink to opportunities for business, as well as festivals and events for those looking for a bit of culture. And with future residential developments already planned and the potential for further independent retail space, the Fruit Market is becoming a place to live, work and play, morning, noon and night.