Standon Calling will return for an 12th year in the grounds of a 16th Century Hertfordshire manor house from Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th July 2018, with early entry and limited entertainment available on the Thursday.
The festival uses payment wristbands (no cash can be used), which you have to top up with money yourself, and any excess gets refunded when the festival decides to give you your money back.
The headliners have been confirmed as Paloma Faith on Friday, George Ezra on Saturday, and Bryan Ferry on Sunday. Other announced acts include Goldfrapp, Django Django, Gengahr, The Horrors, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Maribou State, Tokio Myers, The Amazons, Little Simz, Marmozets, Pale Waves, Gaz Coombes, Shame, Morcheeba, The Bootleg Beatles, Ibibio Sound Machine, Hollie Cook, Tom Walker, Elderbrook, Greg Wilson, Flamingods, and more, with more to be announced.
To see a list of all confirmed acts including day splits please see the line-up page.
Tickets operate on a tiered system. Tier 4 tickets are currently on sale:
Adult Weekend - £159
Youth (16-17) weekend - £149
Teen (13-15) Weekend - £139
Child (4-12) Weekend - £45
Day tickets: £70.92
Family Camping and Deposit Schemes are available, along with upgrades/booking for Lavish Lands and Campervan passes.
More information will be here when available.
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plus Goldfrapp, Django Django, The Horrors, Maribou State, & more, joining Bryan Ferry
headlining the Sunday night