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Cambridge Folk Festival 2015 Tickets Go On Sale

Cambridge Folk FestivalTickets for next year's Cambridge Folk Festival, one of the longest established and most prestigious folk festivals in the world, will go on sale on Monday December 1 and can be purchased from: Box Office 01223 357851 or from the festival website link below.

Tickets: Full Festival £150; Thursday £25.50; Friday £55.50; Saturday £65.50; Sunday £65.50. Camping: (Full Festival tickets only, per 2-3 berth tent) Cherry Hinton £61.50, Coldham's Common (second site) £42.50.  All ticket prices include booking fees.

Having started life in 1965, the 14,000 capacity Festival draws acclaim for its combination of internationally renowned headline artists and support for up and coming young performers and continues to enjoy sell-out crowds year on year.

Popular for its unique parkland setting, great facilities and family friendliness, the Festival offers something for everyone with four covered stages, street theatre, music workshops and sessions, raucous ceilidhs, open stages, a youth area, internet café, kids' ceilidh, storytelling, free creche, paddling pool and playground, real ale bars.

Following the triumphant 50th anniversary last summer, Cambridge Folk Festival won the highest possible environmental honour at the Greener Festival Awards, becoming one of only nine festivals worldwide and one of only two in the UK to achieve the Outstanding category.

The first artists confirmed for next year's bill are due to be announced in early 2015.


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