After a completely sold out 2021 edition, with all weekend tickets snapped up within just a few days, Sundown Festival is back this year with its biggest festival to date.
Heading over to the Norfolk Showground in Norwich between 2-4 September, the festival’s biggest lineup so far will celebrate a remarkable 10 years for Sundown. Tickets for the three-day party, including brand new VIP WEEKEND package including access to the premium campsite located by Sundown’s brand new VIP area and its exclusive DJ sets and bars, posh loos and showers, fast track queues and more, go on sale this Friday at 9am.
Headlining Sundown for the first time this year is UK’s favourite hyperman, AJ Tracey. Off the back of his 2021 album ‘Flu Game’, AJ Tracey solidified his status as one of the most talented grime artists in recent years. With already iconic festival anthems ‘Ladbroke Grove’ and ‘Thiago Silva’, as well as drill tunes ‘Bringing It Back’ featuring Digga D – also announced for Sundown today – ‘Cheerleaders’ and ‘Doing It’, AJ Tracey is set to get the whole crowd dancing and singing along all night!
Regarded as arguably the most iconic dancehall artist of all time, Sean Paul will be headlining the main stage for a night to remember. Get ready to dance the day away and shake it up to the likes of super hits ‘Get Busy’, ‘Temperature’, ‘Breathe’ and iconic features ‘Rockabye’, ‘Cheap Thrills’ and many more, turning the main stage into the hottest party in the UK this year. Trust us when we say this is something you don’t want to miss.
Back again this year is KISS hosting the iconic Sundown Festival’s main stage for a full weekend of fun, legendary dance moves and unforgettable memories. An exciting array of new names will also be joining the headliners, including: Bradford’s very own Bad Boy Chiller Crew, channelling the nuances of northern street life into highly addictive tunes such as ‘Don’t You Worry About Me’, ‘450’ and ‘BMW’, dancehall gem Amaria BB who’s sure to get you slow dancing to ‘Slow Motion’, London duo A1xJ1 delighting with the ‘Latest Trends’, and Colombia born (but London raised!) driller Yung Filly.