Eastern Electrics Festival 2013 tickets close to selling out

PUBLISHED: 20:44 31 July 2013 | UPDATED: 13:28 01 August 2013

The Eastern Electrics 2012 Festival in London [Picture: Marc Sethi]

The Eastern Electrics 2012 Festival in London [Picture: Marc Sethi]

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TICKETS for electronic music festival Eastern Electrics 2013 at Knebworth Park are almost sold out.

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Visit the Eastern Electrics Festival 2013 website at www.easternelectrics.com

With just two days to go until an estimated 20,000 revellers descend on Hertfordshire, the Eastern Electrics production crew is transforming the grounds of Knebworth House into an exciting array of stages and arenas.

More than 100 of the biggest house and techno acts on the planet, including Moderat, Seth Troxler, Richie Hawtin, Hot Natured and Masters at Work, will appear at the three-day event, which kicks off at 2pm on Friday and runs until 10pm on Sunday.

A limited number of day tickets are left for the electro extravaganza, while there are less than 350 weekend camping tickets remaining.

Festival organisers said: “We must warn you that tickets are now thin on the ground.

“Saturday tickets and all camping tickets are on the edge of sell out, with very limited Friday and Sunday day tickets remaining.”

The final release of Friday day tickets, costing £55, have almost all gone, while a handful of day passes for Saturday costing £65 are left.

There’s a limited number of £35 Sunday day tickets left.

On the camping front, a full weekend ticket costs £145, while Friday and Saturday camping costs £100 and Saturday and Sunday camping passes are priced at £80.


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