BoomTown Fair tickets selling fast!

Reporter:

Jess Needham

BOOMTOWN Fair have out done themselves by selling over 5,000 tickets just a few hours after going on sale!

The ever popular festival released their tickets on Monday, November 4, and within a few hours all of the Early Bird discounted tier one tickets had been snapped up and a large dent had been made into the tier two tickets!

For those who want to get a bit more stuck in behind the scenes, band, performance and a selection of volunteer applications will open today, Friday, November 8.

The festival, which has sold out every year for the past five years, saw an unprecedented amount of people accessing the website to get their hands on one of the coveted discounted festival tickets.

With all the tier one tickets now gone, there is still a limited number of tier two tickets available for £135 (plus BF & EcoBond), once these are gone the remaining tickets will be the final tier three ones priced at £150 (plus BF & EcoBond).

BoomTown Fair will return to the Matterly Estate, Winchester from August 7 to 10, 2014 ready to wow festival goers with endless winding streets, madcap interactive venues, bountiful walkabout performances and over 300 musical masters from a vast ranging spectrum of genres including; ska, reggae, folk, world, gypsy swing, breaks and bass.

All the many elements come together to create one of the most unique festival experiences in the UK!

For those who would like to get more involved behind the scenes of BoomTown Fair some of the applications to do just about anything from Oxfam stewarding to set building will open today, with the band, walkabout and volunteering applications, and then the rest will open throughout November, be sure to keep an eye on the contacts page via the website for more details: http://www.boomtownfair.co.uk/contact

Tickets are available via the website here: https://www.theticketsellers.co.uk/tickets/boomtown-fair-2014/10028744&wlid=3945

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