E-Scape 2019 – Saturday 1st June 2019
David Wright & Carys
E-Scape 2018 will be held on Saturday 1st June 2019.
Ticket Price: £35:00 including VT download or £45 plus postage for Ticket
including VT audio on USB stick.
E-Scape is an annual all day festival of live electronic and ambient music held at ‘The Cut Arts Centre’ in Halesworth, Suffolk, UK. The event is hosted by UK record label AD Music who are based in the area with the aim of promoting traditional electronic music from around the globe. It usually features AD Music artists but is not exclusive to the label and always includes non-AD Music artists. It started as “the Bungay Bash” in 2009 and moved to Halesworth in 2015 as the newly named E-Scape. It has become a very popular event on the electronic music calendar, with fans traveling from as far away as Russia.
A unique selling point for the event is that the ticket includes an audio ‘download’ of the event in high rate MP3, Apple Lossless or Flac, available after the event. This means fans of the electronic music scene from around the world who are otherwise unable to attend can still hear the concert, albeit afterwards, and are also actively supporting their favourite artists and the electronic music scene by so doing.
The cost of your ticket includes an MP3, Apple Lossless or Flac download (16 bit). within 7-10 days after the event you will be sent links to the download of your choice. We also provide the music on USB stick for an additional cost. You have the choice when ordering.
THE CUT is a red-brick former maltings building, located in the Suffolk market town of Halesworth. Situated in the heart of the Blyth Valley and just a few miles inland from the popular East coast resort of Southwold, THE CUT bridges the gap between the conurbations of Ipswich and Norwich in which, until now, there has been no large community arts venue.
Halesworth is well served by public transport, with road and rail links to the rest of East Anglia and beyond. It has several town-centre car parks which are within easy walking distance of THE CUT, and the station is also just minutes away on foot.
The town offers several good quality restaurants and accommodation is available for those wishing to prolong their visit – details can be found on the Halesworth website
12:30 Auditorium Doors open
13:00 – 13:45 Axxent Opaque
14:00 – 14.45 Infinity Curve
15:00- 15:30 E3
15:30 – 17:00 Wavestar 2
17:30 – 19:30 Nik Owen Jones – Foyer
20:00 – 21:00 Glenn Main
21:15 – 22:15 David Wright & Carys
Please note: this timetable is how we all hope the day will go, but the day is on a very tight schedule and is subject to change if unforeseen technical problems arise.
Information about the venue and local accommodation.
Halesworth is a vibrant East Anglian town. The train station is just a few minutes walk from ’The Cut Arts Centre’ and there is plenty of parking in close proximity to the venue.
The Cut Arts Centre serves food, tea, coffee etc and it has a bar. It now DOES take credit cards!! Please be aware that there is only 1 bank (Barclays) in Halesworth with a hole in the wall!!
The Cut Arts Centre has disabled access.
There are plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants close by.
There are several large car parks close by.
About Halesworth – www.halesworth.net
Hotels in Halesworth – www.halesworth.net/wheretostay
Travelling from London by train?
The total journey time is around 3hrs.
If you’re flying into London Gatwick, then it’s around 3 hours 30 minutes. The train leaves Gatwick Airport and you change at Farringdon (51 mins)
From Farringdon take the Circle Line, the Hammersmith & City Line or the Metropolitan Line (Eastbound, Platform 1) all of which are direct services to Liverpool Street Underground Station.
Main line: London Liverpool Street to Ipswich (journey time 1hr 7 mins)
Ipswich to Halesworth (52 mins)
The venue is literally a minutes walk from the train station.
Virtual tickets are ONLY available up to Midnight on 1st June 2019. Under no circumstances whatsoever will VT’s be available for sale after that time.
Virtual Tickets are sold to help keep the live electronic music scene alive and on the strict understanding that they are purchased for private listening only. Purchase does not authorise public broadcasting without the expressed permission of both the Promoter and the copyright holder (the artist and/or their agents) and to do so would be a breach of copyright law.