Now in its 9th year the Cockermouth Rock Festival or 'CockRock', returns in 2013 with the dates confirmed as Friday 20th until Sunday 22nd July at Wellington Farm, Cockermouth.
The Cribs headline Friday, and Kids in Glass Houses top the bill on Sunday, Saturday's headliner has not yet been announced. also confirmed are Gentleman's Dub Club, Dreadzone, Karl Phillips & The Midnight Ramblers, Young Kato, Jakarta Club, Falling Red, Highly Strung, Boomin, The iFoundation, Heavyball, Sidewinder, Kill for Eden, The Ambersons, JOAN ov ARC, Five and Dangerous, Presley Johnson, Edens Daughter, The Greeting Committee, Lem and the White Fire, New Bays, The Vertigos, Smiling Ivy, Mr Huw, Broken English, theLights, Thirteen Stars, AWOL, Beard of Wolves, Model Society, Heath:Ward, Joel Sarakula, Captain Dangerous, Sons of Icarus, Jack Trainer, Image of a Busker, and Alex Hulme, with more acts still to be anonunced.
Tier 1 tickets are on sale. An adult weekend ticket is priced at £59, or £69 with camping. A young adult (aged 13-17) weekend ticket is priced at £45, or £50 with camping. Children aged 12 years and under and OAPs (Females - 60, Males - 65) can attend for free. An adult day ticket is priced at £50, or £30 for young adults.
New this year due to popular demand is Thursday Camping priced at £10, and Live in vehicle passes priced at £25.
To buy tickets, click here.
The festival has separate family camping and noisy camping fields. 6 stages, food stalls, workshops and lots to do over the weekend for all ages.
Camping is usually free and held in the neighbouring field.
The festival is a non profit event set up to help raise money for two local causes, the Cockermouth Mountain Rescue and The Pride of Cumbria, as well as to encourage and promote local bands and musicians.
Dog will not be allowed on site in 2013.
More information will be here when available.
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