We look forward to welcoming you safely back to Frequency Festival for our 10th anniversary edition in October 2021.
PLAN YOUR SAFE VISIT
It is our priority to ensure everyone can enjoy Frequency as fully and safely as possible. A lot has changed since the last festival in 2019. We are working incredibly hard to keep all our staff, volunteers, artists and audiences as safe as possible for the 2021 edition.
The majority of our programme takes place outside. Audience numbers and sites have been carefully considered for safety. We ask visitors coming to the festival to respect social distancing, our teams and each other, to make the festival as enjoyable as possible.
The programme also includes online events and experiences for individuals and smaller groups. Please explore the festival in a way that’s comfortable for you.
If you have any specific questions then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to ask.
FREQUENCY 2021 – ACCESSIBLE AND EASY TO NAVIGATE
Whether you arrive by car, bus or train, Lincoln is easily accessible and all of our sites are within the city centre – no more than a 20-minute walk of each other.
FOOD, DRINK AND ACCOMMODATION
If you’re looking for somewhere to eat, drink or stay whilst you’re visiting Lincoln for Frequency, head to the Visit Lincoln website for everything you might need. Traditional restaurants in the Cathedral quarter, bars on the Brayford Waterfront, a room in the the city centre or a guesthouse in the shadow of Lincoln Cathedral.
Central Car Park, Melville Street, Lincoln LN5 7BP
You can also find a full list of carpark locations and prices in the city on City of Lincoln Council’s website.
We will try to list access information by event, but if you have any questions, or would like to enquire about specific locations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do all that we can to accommodate your needs.
Some access headlines:
– Most events are held outdoors or online
– There is step free access to all events
– Some events are audio or visual focused
– Covid-safety is a priority