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Fri, 26 Jul



LazyDays Festival

Join us at LazyDays Fesitval in Southend on Sea this year.

LazyDays Festival
LazyDays Festival

Time & Location

26 Jul 2024, 12:00 – 28 Jul 2024, 12:00

Southend-on-Sea, Southend-on-Sea, UK

About the event

A ground-breaking craft drink and music festival, Lazydays, is coming to Southend’s Priory Park, 26-28 July 2024, with an amazing array of independent drink producers, food trucks and a huge lineup that includes album chart-toppers, double platinum artists, festival circuit favourites, and a DJ dubbed one of the 'Ten DJs To See Before You Die'.

  • 10% discount for Radio City customers - RADIOCITY10
    • Discounts valid on all single, dual and weekend adult tickets, children under 11 go free (not valid on Lazydays+ packages, which are already discounted and include priority entry, £20 drink tokens and a beer tasting or cocktail making masterclass).

Lazydays promises the perfect weekend mixer of drink discovery with exceptional local and independent craft producers, topped off with a powerful music lineup.

Its impressive lineup across two stages includes Craig Charles, Sundara Karma, David Rodigan, Sleeper, Mystery Jets, The Hoosiers, Newton Faulkner, The Futureheads, Girl Ray, DJ Yoda, The Cuban Brothers, The Allergies and Cosmo Pyke.

It’s also championing up-and-coming artistes on the Signature Brew Stage - with more announcements to follow.

Meanwhile, showcasing the best in drink production comes in the form of sustainable producer of excellent liquor Essex Spirit Co; the modern farmhouse brewery based in west Norfolk Duration; Kent's only grain-to-glass distillery, Copper Rivet; Chelmsford city’s leading craft microbrewery Radio City Beer Works; world-class cocktail producer Kocktail; based on the famous Bermondsey Beer Mile, Bianca Road Brew Co; flavour-forward beer producer out of Berkshire, Siren Craft Brew; freshly produced wild-femented Iford Cider, and the festival’s nearest neighbour, award-winning Leigh on Sea Brewery.

The festival consists of four sessions across the weekend, kicking off on Friday night, followed by two sessions on Saturday, and closing with an extended Sunday session. Following the festival’s launch announcement at the end of December, Early Bird tickets quickly sold out in January.

Both afternoon sessions are family-friendly and will feature activities including a children’s mocktail bar, providing entertainment for the whole family, with children aged 11 and under gaining free admission.

Rising indie-disco group, Girl Ray, hot off the back of supporting Ben Howard at his huge Alexandra Palace show, join BBC 6 Music funk & soul DJ, Craig Charles on Friday night’s opening session, with The Allergies (live) and Cosmo Pyke. What a way to kick-start the weekend!

Saturday afternoon’s lineup packs a punch, with Ivor Novello Award-nominated Mystery Jets, double-platinum-sellers, and number-one-selling The Hoosiers joining Sunderland’s post-punk quartet, The Futureheads.

DJ Yoda, dubbed by Q Magazine as ‘one of the ten DJs to see before you die’ and funk-fuelled, party-starting The Cuban Brothers will get the crowd ready for BBC Radio 1Xtra legend, David Rodigan on Saturday night.

Rounding off the weekend, on Sunday afternoon, Sundara Karma top the bill fresh off the back of their charting album ‘Better Luck Next Time’ and sell-out UK headline tour. Joining them is another double-platinum-selling artist, Newton Faulkner, as well as local band Rounds, returning for their first performance in 10 years, with ‘90s album charting brit-pop band, Sleeper.

Lazydays recently teamed up with Leigh on Sea Brewery to produce an outstanding DDH NEPA called ‘Lazy Haze’, packed with tropical and stone fruit notes. The beer, available soon from LOSB’s website, gives every purchaser a chance to enter a competition to win 2 free tickets to the festival.

Single-session entry is available from £39.95 at, with your first drink free.

Other ticket options include a buy one session get one half-price, priority entry bundle tickets (Lazyday+) which include beer tasting or a cocktail masterclass, and a four-session ‘Weekend Pass’ for the price of three. All purchases have the option to spread the cost across monthly instalments.

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