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  1. Sadly this is indeed the case. Poor advance sales mean that we didn't hit the required target by 1st June. We were funding the event ourselves ( we never used ticket money for revenue prior to the event) and plain and simply couldn't afford the risk/costs to traders etc. We refuse to put on any sort of lesser event, or to cut back on infrastructure or H&S, so sadly had to pull it. Apologies to those inconvenienced by this ?
  2. Howdo All. Well we are having a little bit of an update to OUT West for this year and going a bit more back to our roots. We are keeping the vibe small, friendly and lovely, with a bit more of a traditional festival feel. Ticket Prices are the same as last year at £85 and we are also keeping to pub prices on the booze. Any questions then please do fire away!! :)
  3. My accountant said there was a case ruling a while ago and as a result, small time musicians don't need to decalre earnings, as most of the time when you add it all up, theres either a loss, or rough break even. May be worth asking a worthy accountant
  4. Aaaaand relax - top weekend, possibly the best one yet - full review here - https://www.efestivals.co.uk/festivals/ouatitw/2018/review.shtml
  5. Mine was around the £4.50 at SHindig. At OUT West we try to keep the bar prices as low as poss. Prices not been set yet but will be around the £4 mark , rising if it's crafty IPA etc.
  6. Huge apologies for not updating this - birth of Granddaughter has filled brain... anyway, it's 3 weeks to go and full line up is below. Tickets are £85 and dates are 13-15th July inclusive ( we're running on the Sunday for the first time this year.) Pub prices at the bar - small capacity ( 1500) people in the depths of Wiltshire just off the a350, roughly 30mins south of J17 of the M4. All sorts of nonsense planned - quiz shows, CIder Sabbath, win your own loo for the weekend etc - check out www.outwestfestival.co.uk for ticket info etc. We are also releasing a limited amount of Sunday D
  7. Tickets go onsale at 9am on 28th Sept 17. New site layout, line up taking shape and general excitement building ( even though it is only September!!) £ Tiers of tickets - from £65 on Tier 1 to £85 on Tier 3. Also new for this year is starting on the Friday and having a full day on the Sunday too and no band over lap between the two main stages, so basically you'll get to see who you want ticket link is here - http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3097100
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