INFORMATION

  • What is Spike Island - The Resurrection?

    Spike Island – The Resurrection is a one-day music festival, being held at Spike Island in Widnes. The event is being held in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the iconic Stone Roses show.

  • When & where is Spike Island - The Resurrection?

    Spike Island – The Resurrection is taking place on Saturday 12th September 2020 on Spike Island, Widnes. Exact customer entrance information will be announced in due course, and will be emailed to all ticket buyers.

  • What time does the event start and finish?

    Doors will open at 13:00, and the event with finish at 23:00. Live music will be performed from 13:30 and is due to finish at 22:30

  • What is the running order?

    The running order will be announced closer to the event.

  • Is there an age restriction at the event?

    Yes. The event is strictly for persons 18 years and over.

  • How do I gain entry into the festival?

    Every person attending must have a valid ticket. If you are lucky enough to look under 25, you will also need to ensure that you bring official photo ID (driving licence/passport/PASS Hologram). Challenge 25 is in operation at both entry and all bars.

  • Can I bring my own food or drink to the festival?

    No person is allowed to bring their own food or drink. However, the food and drink on offer from the festival's traders inside the main arena is diverse and of the highest quality. There should be something on offer for everyone.

  • Can I bring my own alcohol?

    You will not be able bring alcohol or leave the event with any drinks, alcoholic or otherwise.

  • What is 'Challenge 25'?

    'Challenge 25' basically means if you look under 25 please you will be asked to prove you are at least 18 years old or more. Please do not be offended if we ask you for proof of age upon entry to the event, or when you buy alcohol. A legitimate form of identification must be produced to prove your age. Anyone failing to prove their age may be refused service and requested to leave the event.

  • Can I bring my own chairs?

    The Festival is predominantly a standing event only. We therefore do not allow people to bring their own chairs into the event as it would become a health and safety issue.

  • How do I get to the festival?

    By car, train, bus or taxi. Train stations are Widnes (2.7 miles) and Runcorn (4.8 miles). Parking information will be announced in due course.

    We are proud to be working with Big Green Coach as our Official Travel Partner for this iconic gig. They will be running a Day Return coach service from 8 pick-up locations, with seats starting at just £20 return.

    Arriving on site before the music starts, you’ll miss none of the action. Big Green Coach will get you home at the end of the night, back to your own bed.

    Forget expensive hotels, leaving early for the last train home or being stuck as designated driver! No one gets you closer.
    Pick up points; Birkenhead, Bolton, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, St. Helens, Wigan & Wrexham.

    You can book your COACH TRAVEL HERE or get your GIG TICKET AND COACH TRAVEL TOGETHER HERE as a package.

    Take the hassle out of organising your trip and travel the green way. Big Green Coach work with COOL EARTH to protect 5 square ft. of rainforest for 10 years, for every customer that travels with them, even you! They also plant trees across the UK and work with Energy Revolution to help offset carbon emissions of the events they travel to.

  • Is there parking nearby?

    Parking information will be announced in due course.

  • What do I get with a toilet upgrade ticket?

    You'll get access to luxury toilets with mirrors and hand wash basins so that you can freshen up in style.

  • What do I get with a VIP ticket?

    You'll get access to:
    - Luxury toilets with mirrors and hand wash basins so that you can freshen up in style
    - Exclusive artist performances for VIP only
    - Segregated area of the festival
    - Exclusive Bar inside luxury marquee
    - Chill out area with plenty of seats
    - Extra Catering
    - VIP wristband lets you go in and out the VIP area as you please

  • When are tickets on sale?

    Tickets will go on sale on Saturday 7th December 2019 from 10am.

  • How do I buy tickets?

    Tickets can be purchased from here from Ticketline or Ticketmaster.

  • How much are tickets?

    Ticket prices can be found here.

  • Are there facilities for people with disabilities?

    Yes! For more information please email us – info@lightbulbfestivals.com

  • Will I be searched going into the festival?

    Yes. We want you all to have a safe, enjoyable day and we will therefore request each person to be voluntarily searched for any prohibited articles. We reserve the right to refuse any person entry to the event who does not agree to be searched.

  • Do you have any merchandise available?

    We will have more information on this nearer to the date.

  • Will there be strobe lighting at the festival?

    Yes. The lighting effects on stage will display strobes for a short period of time. Please be aware of this if you suffer from any conditions that may be affected by strobe lighting.

  • Can I leave the festival after I enter with my ticket?

    Unfortunately not. We operate a no re-admission policy. Once you leave the event after you have entered you can NOT re-enter. Entry can only be gained with a ticket that is fully intact of its stub and photo ID.

  • Is there seating at the festival?

    There is limited seating, however it is predominantly a standing event.

  • Can I become a trader?

    Yes, we'll consider any traders however you must carry full public liability insurance and your own health and safety risk assessments and method statements. Please email info@lightbulbfestivals.com to enquire.

  • How do I get a refund?

    If you cannot attend the rescheduled event on 12th September then please contact the ticket company you bought tickets from to discuss getting a refund. Please note that due to the unprecedented circumstances around the COVID-19 pandemic, ticketing companies may have a backlog of refunds to process so there could be a slight delay in them responding.