Headliners Bryan Ferry, and Seal lead the latest acts to be announced for the first night of the 13th annual Cornbury Music Festival held on The Great Tew Estate, Chipping Norton, in Oxfordshire from Friday 8th until Sunday 10th July 2016 with the campsite opening on Thursday and closing on Monday.
Bryan Ferry tops the bill Saturday, and Seal has the headline slot on Sunday. Also confirmed are Bjorn Again, Gabrielle Aplin, Lucinda Williams, Mavis Staples, Ramin Karimloo, James Morrison, Newton Faulkner, The Zombies, The Shires, Tunde Baiyewu the voice of The Lighthouse Family, Turin Brakes, Red Sky July, Cattle & Cane, and The Dunwells.
Promoter Hugh Phillimore said, "It really is a classic Cornbury line-up – seriously great artists. Of course I’m delighted that Bryan Ferry has agreed to join us and thrilled that Seal couldn’t wait to come back and treat us to a full headline set. We’re also excited to welcome a host of incredible female artists across the generations – Gabrielle Aplin, Lucinda Williams and Mavis Staples."
They join Friday's headliner Jamie Cullum, plus Soul II Soul, Lemar, Wilko Johnson, The Beat, Port Isla, and The Lottery Winners who were the first acts announced.
In addition to the music, expect the festival to offer a variety of attractions including a fairground, many morris dance pageants, children's theatre workshops, theatre workshops, arts and crafts, speciality shops, novelty acts and upmarket catering offering everything from champagne and cappuccinos to real ale.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced as follows:
Adult Weekend: £170 / with camping £200
Young Person’s Weekend (aged 13-16): £85 / with camping £115
Child Weekend (aged 3-12): £30 /with camping £35
Over 70s Weekend: £85 / with camping £115
Campervan permit: £95
All tickets subject to booking fees
All children aged 2 and under, and Disabled Carers FREE
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