What are the festivals to watch out for this 2014? Well, there are many, but these festivals have corresponding ticket fee. If you are on a tight budget or you simply want to avail discounts and freebies, and then visit vouchercode.nl. Below are some of the highlights of this year’s upcoming festival.
Port Eliot Festival
This festival will take place in St. Germans on July 24 to 27. The weekend ticket costs £172.50 inclusive of camping. It is a dream festival landscape with fairy tale woodland, grassy pastures, walled gardens, stunning view of the rivers, and winding mazes. It is one of the few festivals that combine both literary and music.
The Festival Number 6
It will be happening in Portmeirion on September 5 to7 with a weekend ticket of £160, inclusive of camping. The exact place is in the picturesque village of Portmeirion. It is an unconventional festival that features various musical acts combined with cultural events and arts. The accommodation option varies. You have the option to rough in a tent or better yet sleep in the four-poster in the castle. The acts to look forward to are Portmeirion, Beck, and Neneh Cherry.
The day ticket is only £19.25 and will be held on August 15 to 17 on Hatfield House. This is a stately home being surrounded by gardens. There are so many things to look forward to such as great music, arts, sporting activities, crafts, and even nature talks.
A festival mainly of music, but what makes it stand out from the rest is its best foods including posh burgers and vegan delicacies. It will be happening on August 1 to 3 on the Lowther Deer Park. The weekend ticket is £119. There are also other upcoming festivals to watch out for towards the end of the year. So, you better watch out and don’t forget to take advantage of coupon codes to save cash.