Welcome to our Ticket Booking pages
It is important that you read each page carefully and scroll down to the bottom of each page to access the booking form. Thank you.
Why buy a ticket?
Thanks for clicking here to find out more about tickets. Hundreds of people visit the festival each year and don't venture any further than the High street and the Island park. Many of these do not realise what our tickets are for.
The festival events that you can see, for free, in the high street is paid for by the people that buy tickets to the festival.
There are literally hundreds of events all over the town featuring all manner of British traditions.
Prime quality concerts by some of the finest musicians and singers from the UK folk scene, more than 7 Ceilidhs (a high energy dances) and well over 30 individual social dances (less high energy but still great fun), There are over 30 workshops where you can learn about singing, dancing, playing instruments and discussions on all sorts of topics.
All 200+ events are accessible with our Full season ticket. To show what exceptional value this check this out. If you went to just 2 workshops, a dance and a concert on each of the days at the festival each event would work out less than £7 per event. Just one of these concerts or dances at an Arts Centre could cost you as much as £20-£30.
We think that is exceptional value.
Of course, you don't have to buy a ticket but it would seriously enhance you weekend of fun if you do.
Check out the artists list and when it's published, the draft programme.
Go on - give it a try!
Here are this years prices:
Day and evening tickets will be available in May.
Full Day & Evening Tickets
Day tickets are now available.
Click here for more details and to order your tickets online.
Evening tickets will be available from the 1st May 2020.
Camping and Caravan/Camper passes are ONLY available for FULL weekend Season Ticket holders. Alternative camping is available in the vicinity. (See Helpful information).
Souvenir programmes will, again, not be posted out this year, although you will be able to pay in advance (£4.00) and collect them when you arrive at the festival to pick up your tickets. We will endeavour regular programme information is posted on the web site.
It may be possible to apply for a refund, via the festival office, for up to 50% until 31st March 2020.
Sorry, we cannot give refunds from 1st April 2020.
Tickets are only transferable in advance of the weekend via the festival office
or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
** Misuse of the family bundle options, will lead to investigation into the order and possible cancellation of the order in full.