For the most up-to-date information about this event, please go here: Baltic Weekender - September Edition Festival Guide
FESTIVAL OPENING TIMES
Friday 5pm - 4am
Saturday 2pm - 4am
Please note the attached set times, music will run between these times but individual venue opening hours will fluctuate
TICKETS & WRISTBAND EXCHANGE
Wristband exchange will be situated in 24 Kitchen Street. The entrance shall be via the back entrance on Kitchen Street itself (not the usual Yard entrance). Exchange is open >>
— Friday 5pm til 8pm
— Saturday 2pm til 6pm
Please note that we are NOT able to give wristbands to your friends. EVERY ticket buyer must get their wristband placed on their arm directly by our staff to avoid problems.
If you purchased tickets as a group, please arrive together. If you have Friday and Saturday separate tickets, you can collect both on Friday. Please arrive as early as possible, big queues are likely if you arrive between 7 and 8pm
Baltic Weekender is a multi venue event - once you have your festival wristband, you can come and go as you please, however we recommend coming for as long as you can to experience the full festival experience!
We are showing the Champions League Final across the site. Screens will be set up in Constellations (club), 24 Kitchen Street (club), Brick Street (inside) & Hangar 34. All viewers must have festival wristbands. If one venue is full, please proceed to another!
Music will continue in the 24 Kitchen Street Yard, Constellations Garden and outside Brick Street for those people not wanting to watch the match.
Please note that Camp and Furnace’s football fan park is NOT part of Baltic Weekender, however we will take over as soon as the football finishes with Mele, George Fitzgerald and DJ Seinfeld.
- Every venue has **limited capacity**. If there are any acts you really want to see, please arrive early to ensure your place in the crowd. We are a multi venue event, so if one venue is at capacity there will always be others running with space!
- There are a few tickets left online, depending on if these sell we may have some on the door
Abandon Silence and 24 Kitchen Street present
Baltic Weekender 2019
2019 Line-Up Announced So Far...
OPENING PARTY at Invisible Wind Factory (Separate Ticket >> Very Limited Capacity):
Opening Party - Friday 31st May 5pm-01am
The Opening Party will take place off-site from the festival, at the Invisible Wind Factory. Attendance at the Opening Party and Baltic Weekender 2019 are not mutually exclusive, but you do need specific tickets (or a combo one) to enter either.
The Opening Party is separately ticketed, to enter Baltic Weekender afterwards you will need to buy a combo ticket or a Weekender ticket. Likewise, you will need an Opening Party specific ticket to enter, not just a Baltic Weekender wristband.
George FitzGerald .
Blasha & Allatt
Kings of the Rollers
Mind of a Dragon
Plus Local Artists and Partners:
Andrew Hill, Apollo, Archive Liverpool, Astral, At:Las, Augmented., Bens Leia, Bermuda UK, Boogaloo, Brick Street, Constellations, Crown Events, District, Focus, Giovanna, Hangar34, Harry Sheehan, Hinterlands, Jimmy Allen, James Morgan, Josie, Jovial, Kaiju, Kudan, Luci4, Macca, MaschinenFunk, Meine Nacht, Melodic Distraction, Moritz, Nghtwrk, Nick Ibbetson, Nina Franklin, No Fakin, Power To The People, Pretty Pretty Good, Raised Hands, Rich Furness, Refreshments, Ross Robertson, Soko, Sussed, Rum Riddimz Run, Shadows, SisBis, Spektrum, Soko, Suspekt, TEKNO DISCO, Tremayne Defoe, Will Kirk, Xjukebox Music, Zuku
Venues to include Constellations, New Bird Street Warehouse, Hangar34, District, Brick Street and more.
Ticket holders must bring valid photo ID that matches the name on their ticket
Please note: The event information above has been added by the organiser. Whilst we try to ensure all details are up-to-date we do not make any warranty or representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information shown.