Community Festival 2019: Line-up, tickets, set times and more as the festival returns to Finsbury Park
Community Festival is back this weekend, marking one of the biggest celebrations of rock and indie in the capital.
Finsbury Park will welcome both established and emerging artists to perform for the festival's third successive year.
With The Kooks headlining and plenty of up-and-coming talent on the bill, it’s set one of the must-attend events for indie fans – and one of the most affordable, with tickets costing £40.
Here's everything you need to know about Community Festival.
When is Community festival?
The one-day event takes place on Sunday June 30. Gates open at 11.30am, while the event finishes at 9.30pm. Last admission will be at around ten minutes before the headline slot, which should be about 7.40pm.
Where is the festival?
Finsbury Park, north London. The festival will be using the same set-up as Wireless festival, which takes place the following weekend.
Who’s on the line-up for Community?
The Kooks headline this year’s festival. The indie rockers became one of the most popular guitar bands of the 00s after releasing their debut album Inside In/Inside Out in 2006, and kept going, releasing their fifth album Let’s Go Sunshine in 2018. Community marks their biggest London show since performing at Wembley Arena in 2017.
Blossoms, Don Broco, The Hunna, Kate Nash, Gerry Cinnamon, The Amazons and The Night Cafe are among the other acts performing at the event. Shows will be split across the main stage and the smaller N4 Stage.
The stage times for the festival’s two stages are as follows.
The Kooks – 7:50pm
Blossoms – 6:15pm
Don Broco – 5:05pm
The Hunna – 4:05pm
Kate Nash – 3:10pm
Gerry Cinnamon – 2:15pm
Sea Girls – 1:25pm
SWMRS – 12:35pm
The N4 Stage:
The Amazons– 7:15pm
The Night Cafe – 6:15pm
Vistas – 5:15pm
The Academic – 4:25pm
Bloxx – 3:35pm
Fuzzy Sun – 2:45pm
Apre – 1:55pm
Lazy Day – 1:05pm
How to get Community tickets
Tickets for Community festival are still on sale. Full price tickets are priced at £40 and can be bought here.
Locker tickets can also be purchased for £6.
How to get to Finsbury Park for Community festival
Tube: Manor House on the Piccadilly line is a good option for fans attending the festival. It’s right next to the exit at the end of the night. Fans can also travel via Finsbury Park station, which is on the Victoria and Piccadilly lines and operates national rail services.
Car: There is no official parking at the festival and many roads around the area will be closed. Guests are recommended to find alternative ways to travel to the event.
Taxi: Uber will be running services to and from the festival, while there is a taxi rank outside Manor House station.
Bus: Routes 4, 19, 29, 106, 141, 153, 210,236, 253, 254, 259, 279, 341, W3 and W7 all pass by Finsbury Park, although due to road closures some will be diverted. Check TfL’s journey planner for more information on the day.
Coach: Big Green Coach will run services to and from the festival, servicing 22 locations across the country. Book here.