Kendal Calling full festival: Friday 30th July - Sunday 1th August 2010
Tickets: £85 / Lowther Deer Park, Hackthorpe, The Lake District
With less than 4 weeks to go Kendal Calling Festival has sold out! Set to be the biggest year yet, Kendal Calling has grown to 8000 capacity this year and booked more sterling bands, DJs, poets, circus performers, comedians and more than ever before!
Kendal calling will even host their own beer festival in our pub; The Holy Quail complete with our own local tipple on tap; Kendale!
The site opens a day early this year for The Invisible Circus to open the proceedings with Freakeasy; an exceptional extravaganza of sword swallowers, the worlds tallest DJ, sculpture installations, mayhem and magic for just 1500 lucky ticket holders.
The dance arena has expanded too; see full line up below. Set in one of the most beautiful locations in the UK, Kendal Calling is soon to land. Thankyou to everyone who has bought a ticket; let's have the best celebration yet as Kendal Calling turns 5! We will be having a massive fancy dress birthday party on Saturday so bring your silliest outfits!
Ben Robinson, director of Kendal calling says: "We're over the moon we've sold out! We'd like to say a gigantic thanks to everyone who has bought tickets and supported us over the past five years. We can't wait to celebrate with you all... see you in the fields!"
The line-up for Kendal Calling 2010 includes: The Doves, The Coral, Calvin Harris, British Sea Power, Badly Drawn Boy, Wild Beasts, The Futureheads, The Subways, Erol Alkan, Ok Go, DJ Yoda, Erland And The Carnival, The King Blues, Chiddy Bang, KiD BRiTiSH, General Fiasco, The Parlotones, Dananananaykroyd, These New Puritans, Good Shoes, Pulled Apart By Horses, Sound Of Guns, Exit Calm, Goldheart Assembly, Micky P Kerr, Wave Machines and Matthew P
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