Everyone's favourite pun-reeling cockney, the Ticket Trout, is back with more tickets than abandoned van on double yellows.
You after something a bit more gilled out than all that rock and bass? I've got a codsend for you, son. Hop Farm takes it back to bass-ics: no sponsorship, no branding, no VIPs. They've got Bob Dylan, Ray Davies, Mumford and Sons and my personal favourite, Seasick Steve. For you, £65 for the Saturday and £25 to camp on the Friday and Saturday nights. Can't say fairer than that, can I?
Click here to buy Hop Farm tickets.
Talking of gilled, halibut some Big Chill tickets? If you fancy the pike to Herefordshire, they'll have Massive Attack, M.I.A., Kelis, Plan B, Roots Manuva and loads more. For the weekend, it's £155 for adults, £120 for students, £60 for teenagers and £4 for each little kipper under 12. I'll even knock off a few squid if you live nearby. Nice one.
Click here to buy The Big Chill tickets.
Have I got something a bit rockier? Think I was prawn yesterday, mate? Have a gander at this then: Rebellion Festival. It's a punk and alternative rock festival up Blackpool way. Bad Religion, New York Dolls and Gallows are a few of the acts that'll warm your cockles. Get your skates on and I’ll get you weekend tickets for £90 until 1 May, after that it'll cost ya a ton. Only want a day out to stretch your fins, it's £25 or £35, depending on the day. Sorted, bruv.
Click here to buy Rebellion Festival tickets.
North of the border’s the plaice to be nowadays innit and you can’t really go wrong with The Wickerman Festival up Scotland. You’ll love Ocean Colour Scene they’ve got Saw Doctors and The Futureheads as well – nothing fishy about that line up me old mucker. I’ll net you a weekend pass for just 85 nicker, which includes camping and parking for your motor. You can take the sprogs and all – 13-15 year olds only have to shell out £42.50 while under-12s pay absolutely naff all.Laaaaaavely.
Click here to buy Wickerman Festival tickets.
Not enough to wet your whistle? How about these then – I’ve reeled in some tickets for the Secret Garden Party in the heart of East Angling-ia. It’s got that cartoon chap from Blur, that’s right the Gorillaz Sound System as well as Mercury Rev, Skatalites and another of my favourites, Marina And The Diamonds. Mate you’d have to be eel in the head to miss this one. I’ve got weekend tickets on sail to the tuna of £149 and I’ll let those rowdy teens of yours go for just £122. Tickets for little nippers under 12 will cost you nuffin. Want some? Get them before they’re sole-d out.
Click here to buy tickets for The Secret Garden Party.
That’s all I’ve got on me at the moment. My mate over there’s got a load more, gigs and all. Check out his plaice for some more tickets, else I’ll be back soon with some more deals for you. Take it easy.