Deer Shed Festival 2012

The Deer Shed Festival returns for its third year in 2012 and tickets are now on sale. The festival will send a Christmas card and tote bag to any customers who buy tickets as Christmas presents.
A family of four can attend for less than £180 which is the price of one adult ticket for many other festivals so it’s great value.
Many thanks

JULY 20th – 22nd 2012

Tickets for Deer Shed Festival 2012 now available // Great value – family of four can attend for less than £180 // Perfect Christmas present for music-loving families.

The delights of the Deer Shed Festival will return for a third outing in 2012. Tickets for the music and arts event that goes that extra (North Yorkshire) country mile in laying on the best facilities, line-up and atmosphere for festival-loving families are now on sale.

Tickets are available via http:

Adult Saturday & Sunday only ticket (16+) £59
Adult weekend ticket (16+) £69
Child weekend ticket (6+) £20
Child weekend ticket (5 and under) FREE
Weekend campervan/caravan/trailer pass £15

Tickets for the festival would make a fantastic great Christmas present for music-loving families so the organisers have enlisted some festive elves to send a Deer Shed Festival tote bag and Christmas card, free of charge, to any customers who let them know before December 14th that the tickets are going to be a present. All customers need to do is email with their ticket reference number, name and postal address by December 14th and they will receive a festive package perfect for passing on to their loved ones.

Plans for Deer Shed Festival 3 so far include more live acts on the Friday night, additional arts including commissioned theatre productions taking place in the woods, more camping space, different campsites for folks who want to stay up to the wee hours, extra after-hours entertainment and later bar opening hours for those fans of the wee hours, improved availability of the vast array of workshops, a longer “long goodbye” on Sunday and custom-made indestructible* swingballs.

*that’s indestructible by powerful playing, not indestructible by, say, a heavy goods vehicle.

Headlined by the outstanding I Am Kloot, 2011’s Deer Shed Festival was a triumph. Six thousand music lovers of all ages soaked up performances by a line-up including Frankie & The Heartstrings and Caitlin Rose under a sunny sky. Garnering high praise from artists and audience alike, in just two short years Deer Shed Festival has become a serious contender for the best family-orientated festival in the UK. For a taste of the Deer Shed Festival magic, check out the short video here http:

Deer Shed Festival 2012 – onwards, upwards and across a bit.

By peter on December 5, 2011

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