Dorset Echo joins forces with Camp Bestival to offer great ticket deals

Get great savings on Camp Bestival tickets

Get great savings on Camp Bestival tickets

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THE Dorset Echo has joined forces with Camp Bestival to offer great savings on tickets.

Camp Bestival have released a very limited number of Day Tickets on sale and you can save £5 on each adult ticket when you fill in the form - available in Saturday's Dorset Echo newspaper - and bring it into our offices in Weymouth or Dorchester.

Day tickets for all age groups as well as car parking tickets will also be on sale at our offices at their normal price.

Camp Bestival takes place from July 31 to August 3 in the majestic grounds of Lulworth Castle on Dorset’s dramatic Jurassic Coast..

Day tickets are available for Friday August 1, Saturday 2 and Sunday 3. Adult day tickets cost £60 plus booking fee but you can get yours for £55 plus booking fee with your Dorset Echo voucher. The offer applies to adult tickets only.

Day Ticket Prices

Adult: £55 (with Echo voucher) (plus £3.33 booking fee)

Age 15-17:.... £35 (plus £2.50 booking fee)

Age 11-14:.... £30 (plus £2.50 booking fee)

Age 5-10:........ £15 (plus 50p booking fee)

Age 4 & Under:....... Free (Ticket required)

Car Park:...... .£5.00 (plus 50p booking fee)

Please take the voucher to our offices at Hampshire Road, Weymouth, or Antelope Walk Dorchester.

For more information go to www.campbestival.net or call 0844 888 441

WHAT'S ON AT THE FESTIVAL

Friday: Music from headliners James, with appearances from Johnny Marr, Steve Mason, Peter Hook & The Light, The Cuban Brothers, Totally Extinct Enormous Dinosaurs (DJ set), David Rodigan MBE presents Ram Jam, MNEK and Courtney Pine. Kids’ and family entertainment will include Horrible Histories, Barmy Britain Pt II, Royal Albert Hall’s Albert’s Travelling Circus Band, Catherine Bennett, Hugless Douglas and Futebol.

Saturday: Headlined by De La Soul, with sets from Laura Mvula, Pop Will Eat Itself, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, The Wedding Present, Charlotte Church, D:Ream and Denai Moore among many others. Plus kids and family entertainment from Mr Tumble, West End Kids, Roald Dahl Storytelling with Jo Whiley and Michaela Strachan’s Really Wild Adventures.

Sunday: Headliners Basement Jaxx, with performances from Sinead O’ Connor, Milton Jones, Pajama Men, The Skatalites, DJ Yoda, Boy George & Marc Vedo, Chas and Dave, The Radiophonic Workshop, Nick Mulvey, Beans On Toast, Too Many Ts, Awesome Tapes From Africa and Wilkinson. While Ben and Holly – Live, Funk da Cirque, Cowboy Max and our amazing Fireworks Spectacular Finale are among the highlights when it comes to Sunday’s kids and family entertainment.

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9:27am Sun 29 Jun 14

Rodwellocal says...

How is a marketing promotion 'Latest headlines' or 'news' ?
How is a marketing promotion 'Latest headlines' or 'news' ? Rodwellocal
  • Score: 3

5:03pm Tue 1 Jul 14

Tinker2 says...

Family of 4 day ticket = £175.00+ to park and get in!
and don't think that everything is free once you get in. Just for the rich Bowden clad, Hunter wellied crowd who enjoy the retail experience with added music ?
Family of 4 day ticket = £175.00+ to park and get in! and don't think that everything is free once you get in. Just for the rich Bowden clad, Hunter wellied crowd who enjoy the retail experience with added music ? Tinker2
  • Score: 2

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