Meadowlands 2011

Friday 27th to Sunday 29th May 2011
Glynde Place, Glyne, East Sussex, BN8 6SX, England MAP
full weekend £80, youth (13-17) £40, child (6-12) £20
last updated: Mon 28th Mar 2011

Meadowlands expands to a three day music and arts festival set in the heart of the Sussex. Located at Glynde Place, Glyne, in East Sussex on Friday 27th to Sunday 29th May 2010. The event hopes to offer a diverse selection of performers, musicians and DJ's over the May bank holiday.

Line-up

Friday
Campsite disco with Tru Thoughts.

Saturday
Turin Brakes, Le KKC Orchestra, Three Trapped Tigers, Hot Club de Paris, Mamas Gun, Mirrors, Tom Mansi and the Icebreakers, Glass Diamond, Tall Ships, 6 Day Riot, IAm:YourHero, The Electric Riot, Pope Joan, Monsters Build Mean Robots, Kate Walsh, Doll & The Kicks, Gentleman Starkey, Coco Electrik, The Guilty Ones, and The Feud.

Sunday
Penguin Cafe, Goldheart Assembly, Electric Soft Parade, Tom McRae, Foy Vance, Makating, Grand Union, Rattlin Bone, John Smith, Dom James and his Dixie Ticklers, Abi Wade, Superlungs, Jennifer Left, Jam Tarts, The Miserable Rich, Jo Harman, Peggy Sue, and Fire Eyes.

Expect 40 bands and DJs over three stages.

Tickets

Early bird tickets have sold out. A full adult weekend ticket is priced at £80 (including Friday), youth (aged 13-17 years) £40, child (aged 6-12 years) £20. Children under 5 tickets are priced at £1. Campervans are priced at an additional £25, secure car parking is priced at £10.

Day tickets are priced at £40 for either day, youth (13-17) £20, child (aged 6-12 years) day tickets priced at £10. There will be a limited number of tickets on the door. To buy tickets, click here.

Eco-friendly

Meadowlands aims to make the festival's carbon footprint as near to zero as we can by using cutting-edge technology to deliver both solar and bio-fuel energy to the stages, tents and bars as well as all of the facilities at the event.

New for 2011

This year there will be a Comedy and Spoken Word Tent, this will be curated by London based Bang Said The Gun, and Tru-Thoughts club night and featuresthe addition of a luxurious casino, with all profits going to charity.

Expect also 'home-cooked' food, a dedicated childrens arena and nappy changing area, street traders, bars (of course!), a restaurant serving Sunday lunch, light shows and interactive entertainers, luxury toilets, cafe bar in the comedy tent (with cabaret style seating), free camping and more.

More information will be here when available.

Friday 27th to Sunday 29th May 2011
Glynde Place, Glyne, East Sussex, BN8 6SX, England MAP
full weekend £80, youth (13-17) £40, child (6-12) £20
last updated: Mon 28th Mar 2011


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