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Lazydays is Essex’s newest independent festival – celebrating craft drinks with a huge music lineup, coming to Southend’s Priory Park from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 July showcasing an outstanding range of craft drink producers and independent food vendors from across the county and the south east.

Even better? If you’re coming by c2c rail, enter code C2C10 when buying your festival tickets for a 10% discount!

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Two stages will feature a huge range of artists, with the Signature Brew Stage dedicated to up-and-coming local artists. The lineup includes:

  • Craig Charles
  • The Hoosiers
  • Newton Faulkner
  • DJ Yoda
  • Sundara Karma
  • Mystery Jets
  • David Rodigan
  • Sleeper
  • The Futureheads
  • Cosmo Pyke
  • The Allergies.

A unique craft brewery experience

Discover more than 50 craft drinks, alongside lively demonstrations, talks, tastings and food experiences. Kids under 11 go free to the two daytime sessions. The festival covers four sessions across the weekend, kicking off on Friday night, followed by two sessions on Saturday, and closing with a Sunday session.

Tickets start at £39.95 (including your first drink) and can be purchased at lazydaysfestival.com.

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Getting to Lazydays with c2c

Travelling by c2c train is one of the best ways to get to Southend from London and South Essex, with great transport connections around the city.

To get from Southend Central to Priory Park, you can take the number 9 bus from the bus stop by the station, or if you’re feeling up for it, the 1.4 mile walk should take around half an hour.

Travel & festival offers

As an official partner with Lazydays 2024, we’re able to offer you a range of discounts and special offers – make sure to keep an eye on our latest news page for information on how you can get your hands on some great prizes.

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