Standon Calling 2017 day tickets sell out for Clean Bandit Saturday

PUBLISHED: 13:57 21 May 2017 | UPDATED: 21:12 22 May 2017

Clean Bandit will headline Standon Calling 2017 on the Saturday, with day tickets for July 29 sold out

Clean Bandit will headline Standon Calling 2017 on the Saturday, with day tickets for July 29 sold out

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Day tickets for Saturday at this summer’s Standon Calling music festival in Hertfordshire have sold out in record time.

The annual arts and music festival will take place at Standon Lordship from Thursday, July 27 to Sunday, July 30.

Headlining the main music stage over the weekend will be Orbital, Clean Bandit and Grace Jones.

And day tickets for the Saturday headlined by Rather Be, Rockabye and Symphony chart-toppers Clean Bandit have sold out.

Festival organisers posted a message on Standon Calling’s Instagram page earlier this week announcing the news.

They wrote: “Saturday Day Tickets have gone!

“We look forward to welcoming all of you joining us on the 29th July.

“If you missed out, never fear.

“Weekend, Friday and Sunday day tickets are available to book via our website. Join the party!”

Clean Bandit will top the bill at Standon on Saturday, July 29.

Also appearing on the day will be Laura Mvula, Nothing But Thieves and !!! (CHK CHK CHK).

Among the DJs on the Saturday will be Joe Goddard from Hot Chip, DJ Yoda and Lindstrom, while Horrible Histories - The Best of Barmy Britain will appear live on the main stage at the start of day.

Orbital will headline the Friday night at Standon with legendary Slave to the Rhythm singer Grace Jones the Sunday night headliner.

• To buy weekend tickets or day tickets for Friday and Sunday, visit the Standon Calling website at http://standon-calling.com

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