Beach Break Live finds a new home in Wales

Student festival is heading back to the seaside - buy tickets!

Beach Break Live finds a new home in Wales

Photographer: jon cox28 January 2010

The festival will now take place at Pembrey Country Park in Carmarthenshire in South Wales.

The new site, which is next to the award winning dunes of Cefn Sidan Sands beach, also has acres of forest and boasts a 130m floodlit dry ski slope offering Snowboard or ski lessons and student friendly ‘cheap as chips’ board and boot hire.

It also has one of the biggest toboggan runs in Europe, the ‘Go Ape’ in the trees woodland adventure playground extravaganza, horse riding, surfing, wind sports, Sphere Mania and coasteering.

Speaking about the new site, festival organiser Ian Forshew said: "We’ve been able to scour the UK’s coast line to find the perfect permanent home for the event. Students asked for an event ‘As close to a beach as possible’, with ‘beautiful surroundings’, ‘hidden areas’, ‘stages on the sand’ and ‘good sound levels’. At Pembrey Country Park we can give them all that."
 

Passes are available now for £89 for the four-days with the first acts expected to be announced in March.

Click here to buy Beach Break Live tickets.


A deposit scheme has also been made available, which means students are able to secure their tickets for just £30 before paying the remainder of the cost later in the year.

Beach Break Live 2010
will take place from 14-18 June.

Click here to buy Beach Break Live tickets.

The festival won Best Small Festival at the UK Festival Awards back in Novemeber, with organisers taking home the Promoter Of The Year prize as well.

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