This festival is sadly cancelled. The directors have issued the following statement:-
Cornucopia Festival is now in its fifth year and has an enviable and deserved reputation for being a wonderful, safe, friendly, well managed and run weekend experience with an incredible and loyal team of managers, crew and volunteers.
After an initially extremely good start to ticket sales it has become evident that this level of sales has not continued and it is therefore with great sadness and after a great deal of very careful thought that the festival directors and management have taken what they feel is the responsible decision to not continue with this year’s festival and to refund all ticket sales.
The disappointing level of ticket sales is undoubtedly due to a number of factors but poor economic conditions and the current unusually high number of local competitive free and funded events are certainly major issues for the festival.
The directors should like to thank everybody involved with the festival and especially our wonderful ticket buyers for their support and hope that you will understand just how hard this decision has been, but to maintain trust and confidence in the festival this decision has had to be made at this time.
The 5th annual family friendly Cornucopia Festival returns to Burton Constable Hall in Skirlaugh - and will offer an eclectic mix of music, dance, world music, comedy, theatre, spoken word, light shows, carnival, circus, food, real ales, the worlds smallest stage and the door to nowhere, arts, crafts, interactive workshops, a full children's/family entertainment programme and so much more within the grounds of the stately home of Burton Constable Hall from Friday 22nd until Sunday 24th September 2017.
Expect more than 55 music acts over 3 days, including Los Pacaminos featuring Paul Young, Mugen Taiko Drummers, Sheelanagig, 3 Daft Monkeys, Lindisfarne, Rusty Shackle, The Jar Family, Henry Priestman (ex Christians) with 'loved up Les', The Tom Townsend Blues Band, and The Life and Times of the Brothers Hogg.
For all the confirmed names so far including some day and stage splits, please see the line-up page.
Plus a full family programme, interactive activities, hot air balloons, circus, carnival, cabaret, comedy, theatre, great food, real ales and so much more in a beautiful setting. .
A weekend ticket is priced at £110 including camping, campervans are £25 extra. Those aged 17 years and under FREE (proof of age required).
Full camping available, hot showers and welfare facilities
A full weekend camping pitch for a tent/campervan/caravan is priced at £20.
As the name suggests, the quirky, inspiring, magical & vibrant festival is a Cornucopia of arts, music of many genres (including prog-rock, folk and world music), arts, a light show, stargazing, lifestyle, cooking demonstrations, crafts, interactive workshops, a full children’s/family entertainment programme, camping for tents, caravans, campervans and motorhomes and, festival-goers can even take tours of the stately home (at extra cost).
More information will be here when available.
latest on this festival
Los Pacaminos, Sheelanagig, 3 Daft Monkeys, Rusty Shackle, & more
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