Winner of Best Small festival at 2010 UK Festival Awards
8 stages - 3 days and nights of fun in the fields in the beautiful Lake District
Kendal Calling Festival has sold out in record time this year! With two and a half months still to go before the event, tickets have been snapped up quicker than ever. Organisers are reminding ticket buyers purchasing tickets through the deposit scheme to pay for their ticket before Wednesday 1st June to secure their pass. For those still looking to attend the show, there will be a Limited Ticket Resale at 9am on Friday 3rd June at 9am.
"The Glastonbury of the North" have also revealed main stage additions; legend Hugh Cornwell, voice of iconic band The Stranglers has joined the bill. Famous for such hits as Golden Brown, Peaches and No More Heroes we think this hero sits perfectly with our stunning line up!
Other acts added to the bill include Los Angeles band Vintage Trouble, who can count Jools Holland amongst their fans. With the Glow Dance Tent dazzling with world class DJ's, Glow have just revealed they added bass heavy force Krafty Kuts, daddies of dubstep Caspa and Breakage plus more masters of the decks set to keep the Kendal crowd partying hard till the wee small hours.
Date: FRIDAY 29th- SUNDAY 31st JULY 2011
Location: Lowther Deer Park, Hackthorpe, CA10 2HN
Thursday Entry - This year Kendal Calling will be opening up the campsite a day early for all you keen festival goers to get pitched up super fast! Please note this is camping only plus the Village Green area, where a limited number of food outlets will be open plus an acoustic tent.
Coach travel is available from several UK destinations (tbc) and is provided by Big Green Coach Company. There are pickups from Penrith train station - If you're travelling by train then hop aboard the Kendal Calling Shuttle straight to the site, and back again!
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