Early bird tickets are on sale at 10am today for the 10th edition of Deer Shed Festival 2019, which takes place at Baldersby Park near Topcliffe, North Yorkshire from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd July h, and for the first time will remain open to general ticket holders past 6pm on Sunday night.
Previously, the Sunday night offering was an additional extra, with the festival proper closing at 6pm to allow families to get home at a sensible time. That sensibility is making way for what the festival team promises to be a spectacular transformation of its usual Sunday night proceedings in aid of the festival’s 10th anniversary. This means more bands, more acts, and the biggest Sunday night party Baldersby Park has ever seen, all at no extra cost to the audience.
Deer Shed Festival director Oliver Jones said: "Deer Shed 9 felt like a watershed moment. We completely regenerated the site and we now feel safe saying it looks and feels how we imagined it when the festival was first thought up.
We’re proud to consistently platform emerging artists, and now we get the bonus of watching those acts alongside colossal headliners like Alison Goldfrapp! It’s a dream."
"We'll be the first to bring you the stars of tomorrow, too. There was some excitement when we booked James Acaster back in December 2017 but, fast forward 7 months to July, and he had become one of the most eagerly anticipated acts at the whole festival, completely packing out our big top tent."
300 adult early bird tickets will be made available at a price of £115 each and Tier 1 tickets will be made available immediately after early bird tickets sell out, at a price of £125 each. Tiered ticket prices ensure that festival goers are rewarded for purchasing tickets earlier. Kids aged 0-2 years go free, whilst a ticket for 3-5 year olds will cost you £20, and tickets for 6-15 year olds cost £50.
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