Keane, Squeeze and Van Morrison will headline Cornbury Festival 2013 this July.
Cool for Cats outfit Squeeze, who reformed with Difford and Tilbrook in 2007, will headline the Friday night (July 5). Other acts for the Friday night include Imelda May, Beverley Knight, The Overtones and King Charles.
Keane top the Saturday night line-up, which will also feature Echo and the Bunnymen, Lawson, The Proclaimers and James Arthur.
Iconic Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison will close Cornbury Festival on the Sunday night (July 7), alongside performances from Amy McDonald, Bellowhead, Seth Lakeman and Staxs.
Cornbury Festival 2013 takes place over the weekend of 5-7 July at The Great Tew Park, Oxfordshire. The festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year and aside from the three day feast of music you can enjoy a comedy tent, kids zone, fairground, disco shed and gourmet catering.
Cornbury Festival director Hugh Phillimore said: “I’m truly amazed that we have reached our 10th anniversary – we’re all really proud to have created such a well-regarded event which we feel ranks amongst the best in the UK. It’s been an interesting road – we’ve obviously grown-up with the event and learnt many lessons along the way – and I’m particularly thrilled that we’ve managed to secure such a fantastic bill in our anniversary year.”
Cornbury Festival tickets are available now, priced at £160 for an adult without camping and £190 with camping. Young people (13-16) and older people (over 70) can go for £80 for a weekend without camping, and £110 with camping.
Child tickets (aged 3-12) are priced at £25 without camping and £30 with camping. Day tickets are also available starting at £12.50 for children (aged 3-12) increasing to £80 for adults.
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