Tickets for Bestival 2011 sell out
Festival on the Isle of Wight next month now completely sold out
Chris Swindells - 19 August 2011
Bestival 2011 has now officially sold out, the festival
on Robin Hill, Isle of Wight from 8-11 September will feature headline performances from
and The Cure.
Festival organiser Rob da Bank said: "We're mega proud to have sold out Bestival for the seventh year running. Selling 50,000 tickets for a 100% independent festival in the current climate is no mean feat but its all thanks to our wicked crowd of regulars and new Bestivalites and music lovers who have chosen to join us on the Isle of Wight in 3 weeks... Thanks for the support and see you in the magic meadows of Bestival!"
Featuring a colossal 18 stages of live music and DJs, this 2011 edition of the festival will include new magical areas and experience like the Swamp Shack, Roller Disco, Wall of Death, Freesports Park, Crazy Golf, and the Ambient Forest.
The fancy dress theme for Bestival 2011 is Rock
Stars, Pop Stars and Divas, and there will be as tradition a Sunday afternoon fancy dress parade through the site.
If you still don't want to miss out, try our secondary ticketing partner, viagogo, who provide a safe and secure online platform enabling fans to sell spare tickets if they are unable to attend.
They guarantee every transaction meaning that buyers can be sure they will get the tickets they paid for, and that sellers will get paid for their tickets.
At the time of going to print, Bestival Festival 2011 tickets are available from £140.
Click here to buy Bestival tickets through viagogo.
Ferry tickets to the Isle of Wight from Red Funnel are on sale. Book now to avoid the rush and the disappointment of not being able to get onto the Island.
Those looking to buy or sell face value Bestival tickets at face value you can use a new service, The Ticket Trust.
The Ticket Trust has been created by the Association of Independent Festivals and Sandbag to offer a safe and secure ticket exchange to help correct the secondary ticketing problem. Comprising a group of promoters, artists and music industry professionals embarrassed by what they see happening to tickets to their events - the exploitation of fans' pockets! The Ticket Trust has created a place where music lovers can exchange unwanted tickets at face value, providing a platform for safe, secure and legitimate ticket exchange - without the over inflated mark-ups. This is the promoters' and artists' answer to the secondary ticketing market which seeks to make big profits - taking hard earned cash away from the fans, the musicians and the live events we all love.