More acts have been announced for the final Cornbury Music Festival which will be held on The Great Tew Estate, Chipping Norton, in Oxfordshire. The 14th and final Festival will be held from Friday 7th to Sunday 9th July 2017.
Kaiser Chiefs will headline the Friday night, while others newly confirmed are Jools Holland and the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, The Pretenders, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Jack Savoretti, Scouting For Girls, Ward Thomas, Tom Chaplin, Imelda May, Pierce Brothers, St Paul and The Broken Bones, Stone Foundation, Rose Elinor Dougall, Black Dylan, Right Said Fred, and Midge Ure.
They join Bryan Adams, who has already been announced as the Saturday headliner.
Organiser Hugh Phillimore recently announced that this year's event, the 14th Cornbury, will be the last: ‘When you’re having a farewell party you want to be surrounded by people you really love, so we’ve invited artists we’ve known and enjoyed watching over the years and luckily they’ve all been keen to join us for our Fabulous Finale’.
Tickets are priced as follows:
Adult Weekend: £170) / with camping £200
Young Person’s Weekend (aged 13-16): £85 / with camping £115
Child Weekend (aged 3-12): £30 /with camping £35
Over 70s Weekend: £85 / with camping £115
Campervan permit £95
All tickets subject to booking fees
All children aged 2 and under, and Disabled Carers FREE
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