Sportbeat Festival offers Music, Sports and Culture with a Gloucester flavour and eco-friendly overtones for all the family. The 2nd annual event will take place on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th June 2014 with camping from the 6th-9th, at Oxstalls Sports Park, in Gloucester, Gloucestershire.
Soul II Soul feat. Caron Wheeler will headline Saturday, plus Jaguar Skills, Dexters, John Adams, King Solomon Band, The Tommy Drums, Blossom Caldarone, New Lake , Jeaga, Quigely, and JPR.
Sunday headliners are Razorlight, with The Hoosiers, The Beat, Reverend And The Makers, By The Rivers, Lucy Spraggan, The Ordinary Boys, The Struts, Matt Cardle, Menswear, Isaiah Dreads, Big Sixes, Shy Nature, and George Barnett confirmed.
More acts will be announced soon.
For the line-up details click here.
The early bird offer has ended. A Tier 2 adult weekend ticket is priced at £45, and a Tier 2 family weekend (2 Adults + 2 Children Under 16) ticket is priced at £95. A Tier 2 concession ticket (for Students, ES40, 16-17 yr olds, Over 60s and those with Disabilities (1 carer is free if needed)) is priced at £35. A child weekend (Age 5-15 years) ticket is priced at £12, and it's free for the weekend for those aged under 5 years, they still need a ticket and must accompany a ticket-holding adult. Prices do not include service fees.
A camping weekend group (of 4) or caravan pass for Friday to Monday is priced at £30, a camping pass for Friday - Monday is priced at £10, and a parking pass for the weekend is priced at £10.
Oxstalls Sports Park offers space for camping, fully equipped with private showers and toilets. There are options to choose the family camping area. The space is fully secured and is close to the main rugby pitch, 2nd stage, parking and VIP zone.
New for 2014, is the Academy Stage, a chance for local U18 acts to showcase their talent. Volleyball has been add to the Rugby7s and Netball tournaments.
More information will be here when available.
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with Jaguar Skills, and Coasts also recently announced