Off The Tracks Spring Festival 2011

Friday 27th to Sunday 29th May 2011
Donington Park Farmhouse Hotel, Isley Walton, Donington, Leicestershire, England MAP
£65 for w/e inc camping; children (12-16) £32.50
last updated: Wed 27th Apr 2011

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A friendly festival offering an eclectic mix of global, roots, trance, dance and fusion. There are two stages, acoustic sessions, stalls, 45 real ales, good food and camping with hot showers also available. The festival takes place from Friday 27th until Sunday 29th May 2011.

Line-up

The line-up is lead by The Christians, Oysterband, Los Pacaminos (featuring Paul Young), System 7 (featuring Steve Hillage), Mirror System, No Right Turn, ZubZub, Kaya Project, Jay Tamkin Band, Dave Onions, AMiTY, Rankin Steady, Simon Mandala and the Mandala-Mystics, Baraka, Monster Ceilidh Band, Trailer Trash Orchestra, New Rope String Band, Inter Africa, O.V.N.I. & Purusha, and Cabbage Psy Trance night from Leeds, Digitalis, Ticketyboo, Si Splat, and more. For the line-up details as available please click here.

Tickets

Tickets are priced at £65 for an adult ticket for the weekend with camping, and £32.50 for a youth (aged 12 to 16 years) ticket, children aged under 12 go free and do not require a ticket.

To buy tickets, click here.


Live in vehicles

Caravans and camper vans are catered for (including hook ups).
Note: no dogs allowed (except registered Dogs for the Disabled).

Door times

Fri 27th 6.00pm to Midnight
Sat 28th Midday to Midnight
Sun 29th Midday to Midnight

Therapies and workshops

In The Orchard at Off The Tracks offers workshops and therapies such as yoga, tuning in, Tai Chi & Chi Kung, Shiatsu, Metamorphic Technique, meditation, and chanting & voice work.

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More information will be here when available.

Friday 27th to Sunday 29th May 2011
Donington Park Farmhouse Hotel, Isley Walton, Donington, Leicestershire, England MAP
£65 for w/e inc camping; children (12-16) £32.50
last updated: Wed 27th Apr 2011


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