When do Dorset Camp Bestival day tickets go on sale and how do I get pre-sale access?

Excitement is building around Camp Bestival – with festival organizers announcing a starry line-up intended for children and adults.

It was revealed that Rudimental and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man will headline this summer’s spectacular show at Lulworth Castle.

The festival theme for 2022 is Desert Island Disco and the line-up also includes Sister Sledge’s ‘holy trinity’, Earth Wind & Fire ft Al. McKay experience and Kool & The Gang.

Read more: Camp Bestival 2022: Full Dorset line-up including Rudimental and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man

Camp Bestival is set to take place July 28-31 – with indie favorite Shed Seven, The Cuban Brothers, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and The Proclaimers all also booked to perform.

When do Camp Bestival tickets go on sale?

Tickets for the Dorset Festival go on general sale on Friday 28th January from 10am and are available via Ticket master here.

Tier 1 pricing is as follows:

  • Adult weekend – £190 (+ booking fee)

  • 13-17 Weekend – £140 (+ booking fee)

  • 10-12 Weekend – £115 (+ booking fee)

  • Weekend 5-9 – £95 (+ booking fee)

  • Weekend 4 and under – £75 (+ booking fee)

  • Babes In Arms (1 year and under) – FREE (but ticket required)

Can I get Camp Bestival tickets in presale?

The festival has a presale partnership with Barclaycard. This means that Barclaycard customers can access advanced ticketsplus a 10% discount.

The 48 hour Barclaycard presale starts at 9am on Wednesday 26th January and is also available by visiting dorset.campbestival.net

What tickets should I buy for Camp Bestival 2022?

If you want to go to Camp Bestival Dorset, bring your own tent and set up at General Camping, the only thing you will need is Weekend camping tickets for each member of your family. These give you access to the festival and to Camping Général for the duration of the festival. Interest-free payment plans are available to spread the cost over several months.

Parking tickets are also available for £20 plus booking fee.

If you would like to bring a motorhome, motorhome or caravan to stay while you are at the festival, you must select “Living Vehicles” when purchasing tickets. This will add a cost of between £97.50 and £107.50, plus booking fees, to weekend camping tickets.

There are a number of other ticket options available, including pre-pitched tent rental and boutique campground accommodation – with accommodation including teepees and yurts.

You can also book a backstage campsite (£400 plus weekend adult booking fee) and a host campsite (£520 plus weekend adult booking fee).

More details are available on the festival website.

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Jan G. Gilbert