Early bird tickets are now on sale for Samphire Festival, run by Flora, a music journalist & radio DJ, and Josh, a music collector & DJ ,the independent music and arts festival with sea views returns for a second year to Porlock Hill in Somerset, from Friday 7th to Sunday 9th July 2017.
The line-up has not yet been announced. A music festival in a coastal location within Exmoor National Park. The festival is named after the delicacy that grows on the marsh. Samphire is an independent family run music and arts festival located in ancient Somerset woodlands with sea views, focused on getting back to basics and escaping the digital world. Plus the best food, drink and arts the West Country has to offer.
Organisers say, "Samphire is back for season two. After a wonderful first year our independent music and arts festival on Exmoor National Park with magical sea views will take place from the 7th-9th July. This time around it’ll be a three day knees up introducing Sunday Funday, with more music, more people, more venues, more quirky workshops, day time activities and silly games. We should mention we’ve relocated the campsite to better pastures too! Two nights, three days, four stages.. Come dance by the sea…"
Early bird tickets are priced at £85. Youth (aged 13-17 years) tickets are priced at £65. A child (aged 5-12 years) ticket is priced at £15.
Children under 5 years tickets are priced at £5.
A campervan pass is priced at £25 and a car park pass is priced at £10.
Prices do not include booking fees.
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