Solfest tickets to go on sale
Last updated at 12:58, Friday, 01 March 2013
Tickets go on sale on Monday for this year’s Solfest music festival.
Folk legends Oysterband and roots music giants Afro Celt Sound System are among the acts already confirmed for the event at Tarns near Silloth, on August 23 to August 25, with headliners still to be announced.
Organisers have pledged the best festival yet to mark the event’s 10th year.
It will feature acts from across the music and arts genres with stages, tents, workshops, music sessions, cafes and more to keep people entertained.
Since the first festival in 2004, Solfest tickets have sold out each year and this year is expected to be the same.
Tickets are priced at £109 for adults, £70 for 12 to 16-year-olds, £30 for six to 11-year-olds and free for under-sixes for the whole weekend.
Early camping passes, which allow live-in vehicles, caravans, campervans and trailer tents onto the site on the Thursday, are £15 per vehicle.
A limited number of online early bird tickets are available at £99 for adults and £65 for 12 to 16-year-olds.
Postage and packaging charges apply to online sales.
For tickets visit www.solfest.org.uk, call 01900 602122 or visit the Carnegie Theatre from 9am on Monday.
First published at 12:49, Friday, 01 March 2013
Published by http://www.timesandstar.co.uk
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