OUR GENERAL BOX OFFICE IS NOW OPEN WITH A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT TICKET OPTIONS.
LINE UP ANNOUNCED!
So we’ve announced another cracking line-up, with more names to come… If you haven’t already got your tickets, grab them now!
With local acts and national treasures, the Cornbury Music Festival is dedicated to creating another year of great live performances sure to entertain you over the three day July weekend. Here’s what you can expect at this year’s festival:
Friday features Dublin duo Hudson Taylor, perfect pop stars The Feeling, American troubadour Suzanne Vega, ‘Mr Wendal’ creators Arrested Development, beautiful pop diva Sophie Ellis-Bextor, and national treasure Jools Holland with special guests Melanie C and Marc Almond.
Saturday includes festival favourite Jon Allen, American blues travellers Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, chart topping Nina Nesbitt, Illinois rocker Lissie, New Jersey’s Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes feat. Gary US Bonds, 60s icon Georgie Fame with Guy Barker’s 16 piece Big Band, pop hit makers Scouting for Girls and Scottish rock legends Simple Minds.
The festival continues on Sunday with fantastic X Factor 2013 winner Sam Bailey and finalist Luke Friend, zoot-suited Caribbean Kid Creole & The Coconuts, 70s rockers 10cc, ‘Kill Bill’ theme tune writer Tomoyasu Hotei and Celtic fusion band Peatbog Faeries. Sunday’s main stage headliner is still under wraps!
We’ll update you soon.
Come to the festival and Glamp in the beautiful Great Tew Arboretum!
As we make the last few tweaks to the line-up which will be announced as usual on the BBC Radio Oxford Breakfast Show on Thursday 6th March, we wanted to let you know about our improved Glamping Area.
Already in one of the most beautiful corners of our lovely site – The Arboretum - this area is being extended and Glamping will now also take place around Great Tew’s beautiful St Michael & All Angels Church.
This is an idyllic location where Glampers are situated approximately 10-12 minutes’ walk away from the hustle and bustle of the main campsite, yet they’re welcome to sample the delights of the main campsite bar if they’d like to.
Guests are woken gently by the church bells that have been rung every Sunday since 1843 (don’t worry, they don’t go on for too long!) and can then enjoy breakfast in this serene setting before venturing out to the rest of our delightful festival with all it has to offer.
We have a fantastic array of accommodation to choose from: tipis, yurts, podpads, and bell tents – or why not simply book a tent that has been pitched for you? You will also have exclusive use of upmarket loos and showers! Have a look at our Glamping page and find the perfect camping solution for you.
Can’t wait to tell you what more we’ve got in store for you!