Early bird tickets now on sale for Standon Calling which returns next summer to the grounds of Standon House, a 16th Century Hertfordshire manor house, for a 12th year from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th July 2017.
Early bird adult tickets are priced at £107, £87 for a youth weekend pass (aged 13-17 years) and £10 for a child weekend pass (4-12 years), infants (0-3 years) tickets are priced at £5.
A campervan pass is priced at £60. Car parking passes and deposit scheme tickets will also be available soon.
Festival organisers stated, "Last weekend’s lucky Standon Calling revellers bore witness to yet another milestone year for the festival, with an array of musical talent descending upon the stunning Lordship grounds including the likes of Suede, Jess Glynne, Kelis and many more. With a record attendance of ten thousand and live performances from both musical heavyweights and a crop of rising talent, Standon Calling also proved it was the leader in food, production, family (and even canine) entertainment, further securing its place as one of the UK's best-loved boutique festivals. To continue the celebrations and thank the fans, the festival are offering early bird tickets for 2017 from just £107."
There are no acts confirmed yet for 2017, expect a line-up of well known acts, diverse entertainment and DJs, and a fancy dress theme which will take over the festival site with interactive theatre, art installations and costumes. The theme has not yet been announced for 2017.
Standon Calling founder Alex Trenchard said, "What a year! We pulled out all the stops for our Legend Of The Lost Seas voyage to give our festival-goers a Standon Calling to remember. As always the musical performances have been incredible with Suede, Jess Glynne, The Hives and Theo Parrish just a handful of the highlights, but this year we've created a food and drink billing to match with our Sunday headliner Kelis cooking for fans with Le Bun, over 30 beers available across the festival and even our own pop-up restaurant with Ceru On Tour. And let's not forget our specially built arenas, new wellbeing offering and biggest family programme to date. A huge thanks to everyone who joined us for the party and we hope to see you also for Standon Calling 2017!"
There are numerous stages and the odd unexpected stage appearing from nowhere. The festival boasts a number of bars, one of which is hewn out of an enormous oak tree, secret areas, interactive theatre, swimming pool (with underwater dance area), boutique camping (beach huts, yurts and tipis), kids area, and festival food.
eFestivals was at last weekend's event and will have a review and photographs online soon.
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