This festival has been cancelled due to low ticket sales according to a message posted on the festival's official website. Regarding refunds it says:
All ticket money will be refunded by Brown Paper Tickets or if you bought direct from Frome Wholefoods. For online sales you will be getting an email over the next couple of days from Brown Paper Tickets who will be dealing with your refunds. For those who bought from Frome Wholefoods, please take your ticket back and you will receive a full refund – you will need the relevant ticket.
The 6th annual Once Upon A Time In The West aka OUT West Festival takes place in The South West from sundown from Friday 12th to Sunday 14th July 2019.
New for 2019 is Punk Karaoke.
Confirmed acts include The Wurzels, Citizen Fish, The Tribe, Neck, Funke and the Two Tone Baby, Pussycat & the Dirty Johnsons, Rev Schnider and The Band of Angels, RSVP Bhangra, Urban Lions, Crinkle Cuts, Black Water County, Monkey Bizzle, The Boot Hill All Stars, Graveyard Johnnys, and more.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
adult weekend: £85
Car parking: £5
live-in vehicle: £25
Youth 13-17: £20
child 6-12: £12
Infant 5 & under: £1
The bar remains at pub prices!
The Sunday dressing-up theme for 2019 hasn't been announced yet.
The emphasis will be on having a good time – a celebration of what The West and beyond has to offer, accessible, welcoming, affordable and a fantastic party…… the like of which the Westcountry is famed for.
The ethos of the festival is pretty simple - having a great time, with your friends (both old and new) against a beautiful Westcountry backdrop. They have brilliant good-time bands, booked - some you'll have heard of, some not - all are of excellent quality.
The music will be held over three stages, all are undercover. Hotel Bastardos will take over later on, with further areas to chill, play music and continue to sample the beverages on offer.
More information will be here when available.
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