Now coming in to our fifth year, Beach Break Live will play host to 18,000 student revellers travel from across the country to celebrate the end of exams and the beginning of summer. Keeping to its roots, Beach Break is about quality artists and carefully curated chaos in a spectacular location, but above all it’s about great people and an unrivalled vibe.
2011 venues will amaze and delight and in some cases hide from you entirely.. 2010’s favourites will be back including the mighty Main Stage, the infamous party palace that is the Residential Dance Home, Jungle is Tiny, the Bass Busting Dance Tent, the Ridiculously Hot Tubs, the Camped Up Camp Fire and Chai Wallah’s to name a few… not forgetting the infamous Moustache Bar – where facial hair is not only recommended but a necessity! Rest assured that their pioneering sense of mischief and random fun will mature yet further. Which team of true student warriors will be victorious in the much coveted Mighty Celtic Games?, a tournament like no other where abilities in everything from ‘Binocular Football’ to ‘The Granny Gran Prix’ will be tested to the max.
If you’ve already got your festival tickets why not travel by train? Most of the UK’s festivals are ideally located within a short distance of railway stations and often, the festivals provide a shuttle bus service to take you directly from the station to the site. Raileasy recommends that everyone books their train tickets early; cheap tickets are released up to 12 weeks in advance and you could save up to 80%. Go green; take the train to this year’s summer festivals.
Raileasy is an easy to use online retailer of train tickets, helping you to find the best fare to fit your needs. Delivering value on advanced rates and offering flexibility with journey times, Raileasy sells a full range of tickets throughout the UK. Raileasy is committed to protecting the environment and encourages travellers to choose the greener option and go by train, rather than flying or driving. To view train ticket availability, including times and prices go to new.raileasy.co.uk.