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Earlybird tickets for the Cornbury Music Festival (4-6 July 2014) at Great Tew Park, Nr Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire go on sale this Friday the 8th of November

Only a limited amount of these discounted tickets are available. Tickets costjust £150 for an adult weekend camping ticket - a substantial price cut of £40- and children’s weekend camping tickets are just £10 – a great saving of morethan 60 per cent.  ‘It is important to usto offer a good discount to our regular attendees and local supporters’ saysfestival founder Hugh Phillimore.

This will be the only chance to buy discounted tickets beforegeneral tickets go on sale in the first week of March 2014 when the full artistline-up is announced.

Cornbury Music Festival celebrated its ‘Glorious 10th’ Anniversaryin 2013 with a fantastic weekend of music featuring Keane, Squeeze and VanMorrison, wonderful weather, great performances and lots of happy families. ‘Itwas certainly our best year ever’ says Phillimore, ‘and pretty emotional for meas we finally began to realise our ambitions’. The 11th Festival is shaping upto be another amazing event with its tried and tested mix of legendary artistsand new stars, Qi’s Festival of Words, and Absolute Radio’s Comedy Emporium.

The Festival helped various charities, including Helen &Douglas House, raise £25,000 this year, which added to monies raised previouslybrings the event’s total to more than £275,000 over the past decade. ‘I’m particularlyproud of our local fundraising’ says Hugh, ‘as I think we’ve really made atangible contribution to the local community while having a very lovely party.’

 

Earlybird tickets willbe available at www.cornburymusicfestival.com or on the tickethotline 0844 338 0000 from 9am on Friday 8th November.

 

Earlybird ticket prices (projected regular2014 ticket price in brackets)

Adult Weekend:  £125 (£160) / with camping £150 (£190)
Young Person’s Weekend (aged 13-16): £65 (£80) / with camping £90 (£110)
Child Weekend (aged 3-12): £10 (£25)/with camping £10 (£30)

Over 70s Weekend: £65 (£80) / with camping £90 (£110)

Campervan permit £85

All childrenaged 2 and under, and Disabled Carers FREE

All tickets subjectto booking fees

Published on 03 November 2013 by Ben Robinson

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