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Humber Street Sesh 2023: Everything you need to know for this Saturday

Hull’s very own multi-award-winning music festival, Humber Street Sesh 2023, takes place this weekend featuring local acts and upcoming national talent.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the festival:

When Is Humber Street Sesh 2023 Taking Place?

This year’s Humber Street Sesh takes place on Saturday 12 August 2023 across Hull Marina. The festival site will open from 12pm and finishes around 11pm.

Who Is Playing at This Year’s Festival?

More than 100 acts will be performing across the day, such as main stage headliner Chiedu Oraka, indie rockers Fever, The Hubbards and many more.

You can view the artist line-up for each stage on the official Humber Street Sesh website.

How Do I Get Tickets?

Tickets are selling fast but you can still purchase tickets through the official festival website. Any last remaining tickets will be available on the day from the festival entry points.

How Do I Get There?

The Humber Street Sesh site is located on Hull’s Marina, only a 15-20 minute walk away from Paragon Interchange. You can access the festival site from the entry points on Humber Dock Street and Queen Street.

Using their wristbands or ticket, festival attendees travelling between Doncaster and Hull can enjoy free rail travel to the event with Hull Trains only on Saturday 12th August and the morning southbound services on Sunday 13th of August. See full details of included services here: https://www.hulltrains.co.uk/hss-tandcs

If you are planning on travelling to Hull via train, you can book your tickets now through the Hull Trains website. Buses will also be running until 11:30pm, check the times via the Stagecoach website and East Yorkshire Buses website.

Are There Any Road Closures?

You can find all the roads affected listed below:

Road ClosureClosed From:Closed To:
Wellington Street (full length)9/08/23 (8am)14/08/23 (2pm)
Queen Street (from Blanket Row to Nelson Street)    11/08/23 (7am)13/08/23 (7pm)
Nelson Street (from Queen Street to Wellington Street)11/08/23 (7am)13/08/23 (7pm)
Humber Place (full length)11/08/23 (9am)13/08/23 (7pm)
Humber Street (from High Street to Queen Street)12/08/23 (7am)13/08/23 (7pm)
High Street (from Blackfriargate to Humber Street)12/08/23 (7am)13/08/23 (7pm)

What If I Have Accessibility Requirements?

Humber Street Sesh want to make the festival as accessible as possible. If you have any access requirements, you can contact the festival team through their website who will be happy to help.

Can Children Attend The Festival?

Children aged 12 and under can enter the festival free of charge but they need to wear a child wristband and be accompanied by an adult in possession of an adult wristband.

Should I Take Cash or Card?

There are no ATMs located on the festival site, however the festival bars and the ticket booths all take card payments. The closest ATMs are located in Princes Quay or Silver Street.

Visit the Humber Street Sesh website to find out all the latest information about this year’s festival.

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