Sunrise Celebration will move dates next year to 21-24 June, the solstice weekend, where it originally began.
Festival organisers have made the change with just 50 early bird tickets available for the event, with standard tickets set to go on sale on 21 December.
This return to solstice weekend is a one-off for the festival, which takes place at Gilcombe Farm, Somerset, to fill the gap created by nearby Glastonbury taking a fallow year.
To celebrate the solstice, the first 1,000 ticket-holders who apply will be able to attend a day early, on 20 June, for “a night of ceremony, fireside jamming and the chance to see in the dawn on the longest day of the year.”
Details on how to apply will be announced soon, with applications opening on 21 December, the winter solstice.
The last few £105 Early bird tickets are on sale now, while standard tickets will cost £115 when they go on sale later this month.
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Teen and Child tickets are also available, along with student and family discounts.
The environmentally friendly, organic festival will celebrate its seventh year in 2012.
Festival organiser Dan Hurring explains: “The festival is about experiencing how ‘another world is possible.’ Connecting with others who know it too, having an awesome magical party, being inspired and being touched by possibility and the heart-felt vibe.”