An annual well attended festival of folk and rock music held on the edge of the village of Cropredy, and run by Fairport Convention. This year's 34th anniversary of the festival will take place from Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th August 2014.
Hosts Fairport Convention make two appearances opening the festival and closing the show as is traditional.
Australian Pink Floyd. Chas & Dave, Marillion, Al Stewart, The Waterboys, Steve Hackett's Genesis Extended, Capercaillie, Conservatoire Folk Ensemble, Wonder Stuff, The Travelling Band, Churchfitters, Benjamin Folke Thomas, Edwina Hayes, Deborah Rose, Cara Dillon, Treetop Flyers, Reg Meuross, Blackbeard's Tea Party, and Richard Digance.
For the line-up details, and day splits, as available please click here.
The music starts at 4pm on Thursday.
Tickets have sold out, and were priced as follows:
Three-day tickets was priced at £115; two-day (Friday and Saturday) tickets cost £105; and Saturday-only tickets cost £75.
Children under 12 years old are admitted free provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder. Camping is charged per vehicle (up to five occupants). For added convenience and security, tents are erected next to the camping party's vehicle.
Three day camping stickers are priced at £35.
The festival runs from 4pm - 11pm Thursday, Noon - midnight Friday and Saturday. Camp sites open 9am Thursday.
It's a very friendly festival with great ales, no sell-out out to rampant commercialism, and no huge ticket prices.
There is a regular service to and from the festival from both the bus and train stations.
Unlike many other festivals, here you can park your vehicle next to your tent. You MUST have a concert ticket for the day you arrive to camp or caravan. Space on the campsites is for concert goers only. If you wish to camp with friends or family you must meet up somewhere off-site and arrive together as spaces cannot be saved.
There is also a new camping field this year - Field 8 is a 3.6 hectare field on the way to Fields 7a - 7d on School Lane bordered by trees and hedges.
Please note Chinese Lanterns are banned at Cropredy.
There'll be more information when available.
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with all of the 2020 line-up to appear next year