This popular family-friendly festival takes place in and around the courtyard of a farmhouse and offers folk, roots, dance and fusion on two stages, accompanied by real ales and ciders, acoustic sessions, stalls, and atmospheric surroundings. The 25th Off The Tracks (Summer) festival takes place from the evening of Friday 30th August until 4pm on Sunday 1st September 2013.
Ozric Tentacles, Dreadzone, Simon Friend's Seismic Survey, John Otway, Here and Now, The PO Boys, The Misers, Dr Matt DJ Tamster, The Whybirds, Pig Dyke Molly, Loscoe State Opera, Swamptrashed, Strange World, 5 Days of November, Two Man Ting, Tang, Tyde (folk), Hot Feet, Blackwater, Ferocious Dog, Howlin Circus, The Hang Project, The Fallows, Muha, Stuart Forester, Sangat, Inter Africa, and The Melbourne Brass Band. Plus the silent disco.
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The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £75 for an adult ticket for the weekend with camping, and £40 for a youth (aged 12 to 16 years) ticket, children aged under 12 go free and do not require a ticket. Advance tickets also cover free camping and parking, including caravans and live-in vehicles.
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Joint ticket offer
For the first time a double ticket were available covering admission to both the Spring and Summer events. This offer has now ended.
Camping and shower facilities available, as well as hook-ups for campervans.
Note: no dogs allowed (except registered Dogs for the Disabled).
There's also a children's Play Area for the kids, and children also have the opportunity to take part in circus workshops, and the parade.
Healing 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.
Fri 30th 7.00pm to Midnight
Sat 31st Midday to Midnight
Sun 1st Midday to 4.00pm
There will be more information here when available.
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