Limited day tickets for the first ever Camp Bestival Shropshire will go on sale tomorrow, Wednesday 8th June on ticket master. The UK’s biggest family music festival will be held in the West Midlands for the first time this summer.
It will take place at Weston Park, between Shropshire and the Black Country, between August 18 and 21. Organizers today announced the daily lineups for the festival, along with the highly anticipated daily ticketswhich will go on sale at 10 a.m. tomorrow.
The headliners will be Fatboy Slim, Rag’N’Bone Man and Worcestershire star Becky Hill.
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Camp Bestival curators Josie and Rob da Bank said: “Here we go… We are delighted to finally announce day-to-day queues for our brand new Camp Bestival Shropshire.
“From Friday to Sunday, you can expect incredible headliners like Fatboy Slim, Becky Hill and Example, along with equally hard-hitting left-wing artists who are going to blow us all away.
“Mix this with amazing food, art, wellness and epic theatrical performances and you have the ultimate family holiday, which we can’t wait for the region of Shropshire and surrounding areas to experience for the first time. Return y’all in August!”
The fun kicks off on Friday August 19, with Becky Hill, alongside the Proclaimers and dance music maestro Sasha, as the very first headline for the Shropshire festival. DJ sets will be delivered by Gok Wan and Jodie Harsh, along with performances from Scouting For Girls, Heather Small, Mae Muller and Lola Young.
On Saturday August 20, Fatboy Slim will deliver the main set, followed by Example and BBC Radio 2 DJ Sara Cox, who will also headline Fancy Dress Saturday. 808 State will join the line-up alongside Mr Scruff and Gracey. For the youngest there will be Mr Tumble, Brainiac Live: Remixed!, Cosmic Kids Yoga and the writer Man vs. Baby.
And finally on Sunday August 21, Rag’N’Bone Man will headline, along with Brit Pop legends Shed Seven, while Faithless will be on hand with a special DJ set led by Sister Bliss. The Hot Tub Time Machine will provide returning tunes for the adults, as well as BBC Radio 6 presenter and DJ Chris Hawkins making an appearance.
Also on the Sunday schedule are Mr Motivator, Dub Pistols, The 2 Bears, Rascal Raves, Horrible Histories: Terrible Tudors and Luke Una. Multi-award winning British comedian and writer Dom Joly will lead the comedy lineup on Sunday.
Son et Lumiere Fireworks Spectacular will also offer an unforgettable first-ever fireworks display at Camp Bestival Shropshire against the backdrop of Weston Park.
And Camp Bestival wouldn’t be the same without a range of food and drink that includes The Feast Collective hosted by Fred Sirieix, DJ BBQ’s Wild Fire Stage, Khana Wala Food Bazaar and more. There will be spacious general camping, camping plus, backstage camping, boutique offers, motorhomes, caravans and more.
Adult Saturday tickets cost £80, teenagers aged 13-17 £45, children aged 10-12 £35, five-nine £27.50 and four and under £17.50 .
friday and sunday daily tickets for adults cost £70, teenagers aged 13-17 £40, children aged 10-12 £30, ages five-nine £25 and four and under £15. Reservation fees will be added to the prices and VIP packages are also available.
Tickets are still available through the Camp Bestival website, while day tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, June 8 on ticket master. For more information visit www.shropshire.campbestival.net.
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