Future Yard Festival takes place on 23rd and 24th August 2019 in Birkenhead, Wirral.
Weekend tickets are on sale now priced at just £40. Day tickets are also available now, priced at £20 (Friday) and £25 (Saturday).
The event takes place across three different venues: in the Victorian civic splendour of Birkenhead Town Hall; within the grounds of the 850-year-old Birkenhead Priory; and at groundbreaking new arts space and mental health support hub Bloom Building.
Gates open at 4pm on the Friday and 1pm on the Saturday. Headline performances run until midnight on both days, followed by programming into the early hours.
Future Yard Festival is open to all ages, but anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
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With planned rail strikes on Saturday 24th August, here is the information you need for getting back to Liverpool City Centre from the festival. Future Yard venues are just a short 5-10 minute walk from Birkenhead Bus Station, which has a regular service to Liverpool City Centre. This means it’s easy to get buses to and from Liverpool City Centre all day and into the night. Bill Ryder-Jones and Anna Calvi’s headline performances finish at Birkenhead Town Hall at midnight which leaves plenty of time to get to Birkenhead Bus Station.
Bus Times from Future Yard to Liverpool – Friday and Saturday night:
From Birkenhead Bus Station, get the no. 1 service at 0031hrs; 0105hrs or 0132hrs.
In addition to this, Argyle Taxis are based in Birkenhead have a huge fleet of pre-bookable taxis. There is also a Hackney cab rank outside Hamilton Square Station.