Fusion Festival 2017: All You Need To Know

The countdown is on, Fusion Festival will be returning to Liverpool in September and is coming back with a bang, so we have created an all you need to know guide about Fusion Festival 2017.

Where is it?

Fusion Festival 2017 will be returning to Liverpool’s Otterspool Promenade, Otterspool Drive, Liverpool, L17 5AL,  on the 2nd and 3rd September 2017.

Getting There

For detailed information on how to get to Fusion Festival via car, head over to their website to see detailed routes on getting to the festival.

Via train, the easiest way to get to the festival is to get the train to Liverpool Lime Street or Liverpool South Parkway and then hop on the Fusion Shuttle Bus (£2) from Lime Street which will be running people to and from the festival approximately every 15 minutes.

Is there Car Parking?

Yes! Car Park is available priced £10 per day in advance when you buy your festival tickets. If there is space available on the day, it is £12 per day.

The Line-Up

Taking to the stage and headlining Saturday 2nd September will be girl band phenomena, Little Mix. On Sunday 3rd September we have somewhat pop and boy band royalty, as Take That, one of the world’s most successful boybands, take to the headline spot.

Currently confirmed to join the headlines on stage, with more to be announced during the lead up to the festival, are:

Saturday 2nd September: Little Mix, Tinie Tempah, John Newman, Louisa Johnson and 5 After Midnight
Sunday 3rd September: Take That, The Vamps, Ella Henderson, JP Cooper and Jax Jones.

The show times?

Gates to Fusion Festival open at 12:30 pm each day for Grandstand and General Admission ticket holders, and 12:00 pm each day for Priority Entry, VIP and Platinum VIP tickets.

The festival starts at 2:00 pm and finishes at 10:00 pm on both days.

How to buy tickets

Tickets for Fusion Festival are on sale NOW and can be bought from numerous places and because we spoil you lot we have included the links where you can buy tickets below. Tickets start at £48.50 for a general admission day ticket, and £89.00 for a general admission weekend ticket. There are other ticket options available at a range of prices including Grandstand tickets, Priority Entrance, and VIP Tickets, however, there are NO Meet and Greet tickets for any artist.

Official Fusion Festival Store 

Official Ticket Partner (Ticketmaster) 

The Ticket Factory 

See Tickets 

Coach Packages (Via National Express) 

Hotel Packages (Via Festicket) 

A quick helpful note relating to tickets – Children five and under are admitted FREE. Children 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult

Food and Drink

The big question everyone asks is, can you take food and drink into Fusion Festival. The simple answer, like with most festivals, is no. You are not permitted to bring any food or drink into the festival grounds, with the exception of a small sealed bottle of water. Bag searches will be conducted, and if food and drink are found, it will be confiscated!

Are you heading to Fusion Festival this year? Let us know @CelebMix – we’d LOVE to hear from you.

Written by gabbyfabrizio

20 years of age, always writing, attending gigs, or drinking coffee.