Early bird tickets are now on sale for Farmfestival which returns for it's 9th consecutive year to Bruton, in Somerset over new 'improved' dates next year Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd August 2014.
There are no acts confirmed yet for 2014.
Very limited super early bird tickets are priced at £42.50 with no booking fee, a child (aged 12 to 17 years) weekend early bird ticket is priced at £35, under 12 can attend for free, and a campervan pass is priced at £25. Under 17s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian of 18 years and over.
A family saver ticket has been introduced this year, which gives a 10% discount to 2 adults with 2 x 12-17 year olds priced at £140.
Improvements for families will also include an expanded family/quiet camping area, which will be situated further from the general camping, with dedicated campsite crew to aid and assist over the weekend.
The event has grown from 400 to 5000 attendees with minimal marketing, absolutely no sponsorship, and a lo-fi, DIY approach that continues to create a unique atmosphere and is held on an Organic farm near Bruton, Somerset. The event is a non profit making festival that raises money for 'Practical Action' whilst having a good party. 'Practical Action' is a charity that works with poor communities to help them choose and use technology to improve their lives.
Farmfestival is not corporate in any way, and promotes and showcases local, regional and national bands on two stages, the main stage and the tent stage. The event also has a bar, food stalls, art installations, and lots of randomness.
Oh, and don't forget to wear a hat, it's compulsory (and the best hats gets free tickets to next year's festival!).
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