LOOKING for a camping music festival this summer? If the answer is yes, then get together with family or friends and experience the inaugural Statfold Barn Festival under the canvas.
Organisers have secured a large and secure field where festival-goers can experience the weekend in the ‘original way’ and pitch their own tents.
The camping area will have toilets and is just a short walk from the car park and main festival site that includes three stages, incredible street food and drink, fairground rides, as well as plenty of other attractions for the whole family and children’s entertainment.
Promoter Alex Farrell said: “If you love music and everything about having a good time then there’s no better way to enjoy a festival than by booking a camping spot. It can be such good fun – whether you’re a family of four or with a group of mates.
“It’s really good value too – a family of four can enjoy a package of three nights camping and full weekend festival passes for £259.
“Statfold Barn is a stunning location and is set within 1000 acres of breathtaking Staffordshire countryside and is also is home to a narrow two ft gauge railway and extensive private collection of 30 historic steam locomotives. Campers will love it.”
The Statfold Barn Festival takes place August 9-11 and has a stellar music line-up that includes Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden as Boyzlife, Tony Christie, S Club, Toploader and Kenny Thomas.
As well as camping, visitors can also book glamping which will be available on site, bring their caravans and campervans, and even upgrade to enjoy a VIP experience.
Tickets are available now at www.statfoldbarnfestival.co.uk