Meadowlands has been cancelled.
A statement from Meadowlands says:
"It is with much regret that due to funding issues and spiralling infrastructure costs, meadowlands festival will not be running in 2014.
The Meadowlands team would like to thank everyone who has supported the event over the past five years."
Meadowlands returns as a three day music and arts festival set in the heart of the Sussex. Located at Glynde Place, Glyne, in East Sussex from Friday 30th May to Sunday 1st June 2014. Now in it's fifth year, the event hopes to offer a diverse selection of performers, musicians and DJs.
There are no acts confirmed yet for 2014.
Expect over 80 live acts across 4 stages and an all new club tent. As well as artists, Meadowlands Festival will also feature club nights.
Early bird weekend tickets are priced at £80 for adults, a teen (aged 12-17 years) weekend ticket is priced at £50 a child (aged 5-11 years) weekend ticket is priced at £5, and a roddler (aged 0-4 years) is free. Car parking is priced at £15 and campervan tickets are priced at £30.
The Meadowlands Grassroots Competition
Offering a chance for acts to play at this year's event. To enter artists & bands simply have to email a YouTube or Soundcloud link showcasing their best track along with a short bio of themselves to: email@example.com . Entrants will be shortlisted by a panel of industry professionals and featured on the Meadowlands Festival website and Facebook page, where they will battle it out to get the most 'likes' to be crowned the 2013 Meadowlands Grassroots competition winner. The competition will end on Friday 12th April 2013 and the winning band will be contacted on 13th May 2013 with details of their slot.
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.
Expect Comedy from Bang Said the Gun, and Spoken Word, 'home-cooked' food, a dedicated childrens arena and nappy changing area, street traders, bars, 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.
A dedicated team will be organising the children's workshops and organisers promise a varied choice of food stalls, and decent loos.
More information will be here when available.
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