Hatfield music festival tickets for next summer go on sale
PUBLISHED: 16:56 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 10:40 20 December 2017
Tickets have gone on sale for an annual music festival taking place in Hatfield next summer.
Folk by the Oak will return to the grounds of Hatfield House on Sunday, July 15, 2018 – the day after the Battle Proms concert.
Tickets for next year’s all-day folk and acoustic showpiece in the Queen Elizabeth Oak Field at the Hertfordshire stately home are now available at early bird prices.
Organisers are expected to announce the first groups playing FBTO 2018 next month.
If you book online before the end of January, adult tickets cost £33.50 for a full day of wall-to-wall live music in a beautiful setting.
The advance price from February 1 until midnight on March 31 will be £37.
Regular price tickets cost £39.95 from April 1 until midnight on July 14.
Subject to availability, tickets will cost £45 on the day of the festival.
Tickets for children aged five to 15 cost £18 at all times, while the festival is free for youngsters aged four and under.
All under 16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is over 18 years old.
A family offer, for two adults and two children, cost £95 until midnight on January 31, 2018.
The price will then rise to £102 from February 1 until midnight on March 31.
A spokeswoman for Folk by the Oak promoters JSL Promotions said: “We’ve got some exciting acts to announce over the coming weeks, from festival favourites you know and love to fresh new talent you’ll be glad we introduced you to!”
Levellers closed this year’s festival, accompanied by a fireworks display at the end of their headline set.
The festival’s website says: “Over the last 10 years we’ve become known for pulling together a ‘line-up of headliners’, and 2018 will be no exception.
“From the intimacy of our Acorn Stage to the open air festival buzz of our Main Stage, we will bring you award-winning musicians and inspiring new talent in one memorable day.
“Our carefully curated stages are complemented by our lovingly hand-picked caterers and craftspeople.
“For our younger ‘Folk by the Oakers’ we have a world of creative workshops to discover onsite as well as our dedicated family friendly area.”
• For more on the festival, visit the Folk by the Oak website at www.folkbytheoak.com