110 Above Festival 2018

buy tickets now > Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th August 2018
Gopsall Hall Farm, Atherstone, Leicestershire, CV9 3QJ, England MAP
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accommodation
£85
daily capacity: 999
last updated: Fri 23rd Mar 2018

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110 Above Festival now in its 9th year brings an array of musical talent to festival goers without the cost attached to many festivals today.

The festival is taking place from Friday 3rd until Sunday 5th August 2018, again at Gopsall Hall Farm, in Leicestershire.

Line-up

The main stage headliners are still to be announced, while headlining the Old Town Hall Stage will be Saint Raymond, Marika Hackman and High Tyde, and Eliza and the Bear will play on Sunday afternoon. Other confirmed acts include Blaenavon, Flyte, Haus, and more, with many more still to be announced.

For the details as available please see the line-up page.

Tickets

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Tickets are on sale:-
Adult weekend with camping: £85
12-15 years w/e with camping: £65
under-12s: FREE
Day tickets also available
Campervans: £45

Age restrictions

All under 16's must be accompanied by a parent/guardian aged over 18 - minimum ratio of 1:4.

Getting There

The nearest train stations are Atherstone, Nuneaton and Tamworth. A shuttle bus will be running to and from Nuneaton train station, currently priced at £16 return. Parking will be available but please try to share lifts.

More information will be here when available.



buy tickets now > Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th August 2018
Gopsall Hall Farm, Atherstone, Leicestershire, CV9 3QJ, England MAP
find nearby
accommodation
£85
daily capacity: 999
last updated: Fri 23rd Mar 2018


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