Live Life Loud Festival - CANCELLED 2006

Saturday 22nd to Sunday 23rd July 2006
Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, UK MAP
£60 both days, or £35 for either day (discounts for DoE Award Participants)
last updated: Thu 1st Jun 2006

This event has been cancelled.

According to the website:
Due to an exciting opportunity to work in partnership with the Cornbury Oxford Festival, the LifeLifeLoud Festival planned for Windsor Great Park on 22 and 23 July will not go ahead.

If you have a ticket for LiveLifeLoud in Windsor, please e-mail philip.treleven@theaward.org either requesting a refund or an exchange for a ticket to Cornbury Festival.

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The Millets Live Life Loud Festival in aid of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.

The 50th anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award will be celebrated at a series of events around the country. The highlight will be Live Life Loud, a two-day concert in Windsor Great Park on 22-23 July. The Park will play host to a number of headline pop and rock acts as well as giving festival-goers the chance to try out a raft of extreme sports and outdoor challenges in the unique Adventure Village.

On the Saturday there's the Sugababes, and Lemar, while the Sunday will be headlined by Craig David. They'll be more known acts announced, as well as some up-and-coming new bands.

All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the charity charity to support the ongoing activities of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and its 10,000 participating groups throughout the UK.

Tickets cost £60 for both days, or £35 for either day, with no camping available on site. For Award participants, the cost is £20 per day, £40 for both days without camping, or £48 with camping. Note that camping is only available for Award participants. Click here to buy.

For more information, please see www.livelifeloud.org.

Saturday 22nd to Sunday 23rd July 2006
Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, UK MAP
£60 both days, or £35 for either day (discounts for DoE Award Participants)
last updated: Thu 1st Jun 2006


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