Weyfest 2015 will be held at The Rural Life Centre, Farnham in Surrey from Friday 4th until Sunday 6th September.
Paul Carrack will headline the Friday night with support from Mungo Jerry. On Saturday The Waterboys headline, on Sunday it's Level 42, with Nazareth, The Christians, Roachford, Ward Thomas, Hugh Cornwell, The Troggs, Deborah Bonham, Andy Fairweather-Low, The Quireboys, Federal Charm, Ric Sanders Trio, Ian Campbell Single Handed Blues Band, Leatherat, Indigo Child, Japanese Fighting Fish, The Jackie Lynton Band, The Mantic Muddlers, Charley Farley Sunday Four, The Kut, The Surrey Hills Ukulele Big Band, Passport to Stockholm, Off The Record, Jim Hammond's Electric Mudshack, The True Deceivers, Rhys Morgan, Inside Information, The Fitts,Honey Ryder, Jeramiah Ferrari, Laurence Jones, and Unsung Lilly, confirmed for the four stages.
Family (2x adult + 2 youth) ticket for 3-days including camping is priced at £360
An adult 3-day Weekend (camping extra) £120
Adult 2-day Weekend (camping extra) £95
Adult Weekend CAMPING £20
Youth (10-15) 3-day Weekend (camping extra) £35
Youth (10-15) 3-day Weekend (camping extra) £30
Youth (10-15) Weekend CAMPING £10
Campervan Passes: Small £30; Large £45; XL £50
Pack of 4x Shower Tokens £10
Child under 10's tickets free including camping
Single Day, evening-only and group tickets also available from £35 (Adults) £15 (Youth)
About the festival
The festival is run over three days with camping, posh loos, and plenty to occupy the kids including music, drama, creative arts workshops, train rides, Sci-Fi Zone and Outdoor Laser Combat and the many attractions offered by the venue itself - The Rural Life Centre, Tilford, set in the outstanding natural beauty of the Surrey Hills.
There is a selection of great food options available from the in-house café and food stalls; and a fully stocked bar at pub prices.
The venue itself is a major reason for Weyfest’s popularity. The Rural Life Centre is a working museum, littered with artefacts of past country life and local craft displays throughout the venue. A working light railway runs both steam and diesel trains around the perimeter of the venue and because the venue is so compact everything is within easy reach.
Over the many years the festival has been running it has raised thousands of pounds for many charities.
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