A colourful, shapely wonder of a site for Norfolk's premier UK Bass & Pop festival

Sundown Festival is a UK Bass and Pop music festival, bringing some of the best artists in the scene to its home at the Norfolk Showground. We got a chance to work with their idiosyncratic and playful brand to put together a delightful site showcasing 2020’s event.

Client
Sundown Festival
What we did
UX / UI / DEVELOPMENT /

Lightning fast

It’s a site filled with shapes, colours, images and video and launched to a huge traffic spike, so we needed to make sure it was built great, and on super fast hosting.

We’ve worked hard over the years to perfect the UX of these event sites, and have the perfect recipe for shareable, memorable brand atmosphere, mixed with easy to use sites for all devices.

The whole team absolutely love the look of the new site, the journey and the extra touches you’ve added really make a difference.
Stevie Gedge, U-Live

Flexible, modular design

We designed Sundown out of a huge collection of easy-to-adapt, fully customisable modular segments, so the team at U-Live have the ultimate power to create, curate and modify all their pages with ease. They can also easily roll out notifications, popups, holding pages and landing pages without the need for any further development work on our side.

The site is ready to evolve and be modified throughout the marketing life cycle of the event, all the way through to post event announcements.

Built with Plot for Music Festivals

Sundown is built using our very own music festival Content Management System, Plot.

It’s a system we’ve built for the festival industry having worked on so many projects over the years. It gives us the power to roll out music festival websites super quick, and reposition budgets to where they matter- glorious, unique landing pages, dedicated tickets pages, and beautiful brand aesthetics.

If you have a music festival, we should probably have a chat about Plot and then we should work together. We’d love that.

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