Big Green Coach have announced that they are working directly with this year’s festival, providing ticket and travel packages for fans.

The environmentally responsible travel company has a number of weekend camping passes for both sites with coaches running from a number of major cities.

Head to the Big Green Coach website for more details.

2010 will be the 5th year of Beat-Herder, although the roots delve back to 10 years previous. Beat-Herder has a cult status and a loyal following of thousands. Offering a full weekends mind-bending entertainment across the board from DJ’s and bands and VJ’s to walkabouts, installations and randomness. A hands on approach ensures that what’s there is unique and the best it can be; from the soundsystem in the woods to even making our own urinals and showers plus sporting one of the finest festival flower displays and grown from seed, mind you!!

This year will have a blistering line up for the music sprouting from the seeds of previous years which have featured Reverend and the Makers, Beardyman, Evil Nine, X-press2, The Whip, Filthy Dukes Banco De Gaia, Dub Pistols, 808 State, Utah Saints, Eat Static and many more. But there is more that just the music on offer.

Based on farmland in the beautiful Ribble Valley in Lancashire and overlooked by Pendle Hill, The Beat Herder festival will be home to hundreds of lovely people for the weekend. Organiser would like to tell you what it’s like and what to expect but there is no script, it’s so hard to put such an experience into words – It’s sprinkled with hearty goodness, you know it’s good for you