Ticket Trout - scaling down the prices of festival passes
The cockney fish has more deals for you to check out
Phil Micallef - 29 April 2010
First up then, how do you like the sound of Offset Festival? It’s just outside East London this,
so near my neck of the pond. Liquid Liquid, Cluster, Telepathe and loads
more are playing and you can snapper up early bird camping tickets for just 65 squid. Camping not your cup
of tea sunshine? Say no more – early bird non-camping tickets are going for £55 and I can sort
you some day tickets for just £29 each. That my son is a bargain!
Click here to buy Offset Festival tickets.
Standon Calling over in Hertfordshire way is one festival where entertainment won’t be fin on the ground. They’ve only gone and got Buena Vista Social Club to play as well as Liars and Efterklang. You’ll have a whale of a time innit. Weekend tickets are no more than £95 and just £75 for teenagers, while little’uns under 12 get in free. Sorted!
Click here to buy Standon Calling tickets.
Pond-ering about going to that Wireless Festival in Hyde Park? Well with headliners like Pink, LCD Soundsystem and Jay-Z, as well as 2manydjs, DJ Shadow, Slash and everyone’s favourite ghetto-gent Snoop Dogg also playing, I think you should stop mullet-ing it over and get your tickets. I can do you three-day tickets for £110, two-day tickets for £85 or one-day tickets for £47.50. Lovely jubbly!
Click here to buy tickets for Wireless Festival.
How can I interest you in tickets for the Wychwood Music Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse? With bands like Happy Mondays, Levellers and Seth Lakeman on board, they’re certainly making waves with their line-up. Why not splash out on a weekender for just £110? Tickets for 16-18 year olds are scaled down to £85 and it’s only £50 for 10-15 year olds. Little nippers under 10 go free. Come on, I’m spoiling you now.
Click here to buy tickets for the Wychwood Music Festival.
Still wanting to aqua-ire more tickets? Well then, you can’t say fairer than the Parklife Festival up in Manchester. Friendly Fires are the catch of the day at this one, along with Booka Shade, Calvin Harris, Simian Mobile Disco and Kele, that geezer from Bloc Party. Like the sound of this one day feast? You do? Nice one. I’m only asking you to shell out 33 notes – money well spent in my book.
Click here to buy tickets for the Parklife Festival.