Wakestock is all about great music, the world’s best wakeboarders, golden sandy beaches, cool people and arguably the most stunning location on the festival calendar.

Based in and around Abersoch on the Llyn Peninsula of North Wales, Europe’s largest wakeboard music festival is positioned on the beaches of Cardigan Bay with the striking Snowdonia mountains as the backdrop.

The Wakestock line-up sees 15,000 like-minded people enjoying acts like Dizzee Rascal, Biffy Clyro, Pendulum, Plan B, Pete Tong as well as experiencing the biggest competition in the cool sport of wakeboarding. There’s camping, free transport to the beaches, fun fairs and good times!

Wakestock 2011 tickets go on sale 1 December 2010 with a weekend camping ticket priced at £120.

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.