With just over a week to go, Larmer Tree Festival are gearing up for the most extraordinary year yet to mark their 25th anniversary.
With a stellar line-up and surprises in store to celebrate this landmark, festival directors have announced the release of additional tickets for each day of the festival, taking place from 14-19 July.
This includes a limited allocation of Wednesday tickets to see Tom Jones live at Larmer Tree (previously sold out due to overwhelming demand).
In honour of the anniversary, a small allocation of day tickets has been reserved for sale onsite every day from the festival box office from Tuesday to Sunday.
Legendary Sir Tom Jones will open the festival on Tuesday, 14 July with an electrifying performance that last year left the crowd wanting more. This year they’ll get just that as Sir Tom will grace the stage again on 15 July, supported on both nights by UK country band The Shires.
Thursday sees Bellowhead, the Levellers and the late night comedy programme kicked off by Ed Byrne.
On the main stage on Friday, Rodrigo y Gabriela will make their only UK appearance this year. Other highlights include The Magic Numbers, Dub Inc and Sara Pascoe.
Saturday’s crowd will be dancing to World music headliner Femi Kuti and his band The Positive Force and Seann Walsh will be in the Comedy Club.
Rounding off the six days of celebration on Sunday are Russell Kane, the eagerly anticipated Bill Bailey and Jimmy Cliff to give an incredible feel-good climax to the festival weekend.
With lots more besides, get your tickets now, there are still some available in advance on 023 8071 1820 or visit www.larmertreefestival.co.uk