Standon Calling 2017 festival line-up announcement ‘coming soon’ and tickets selling well

PUBLISHED: 19:51 28 January 2017 | UPDATED: 19:51 28 January 2017

Standon Calling 2016 [Picture: Daisy B Photography]

Standon Calling 2016 [Picture: Daisy B Photography]

Daisy B Photography

The first Standon Calling 2017 line-up announcement is “coming soon” with Tier One weekend tickets selling out for the festival before the headliners have even been confirmed.

Standon Calling 2016 [Picture: Gaelle Beri]Standon Calling 2016 [Picture: Gaelle Beri]

The independent music and arts festival returns to the beautiful grounds of Standon Lordship in Hertfordshire from Thursday, July 27 to Sunday, July 30.

Last year’s festival featured main stage headline performances from Suede, Jess Glynne and Kellis.

The 2017 line-up hasn’t been announced yet, but organisers have confirmed in a newsletter that a line-up announcement is “coming soon”.

Organisers have also confirmed via the festival’s Twitter account that opening food event The Welcome Feast will return this summer.

The festival site will open on Thursday, July 27 for all weekend ticket holders, with car parks opening at noon, the main gate at 3pm and the festival arena at 4pm.

Promoters have also revealed that Tier One tickets “are likely to sell out in the next few days”.

In an email to subscribers, the festival wrote: “Make sure to book this weekend for the best possible price on your tickets for Standon Calling 2017.”

Adult (18+) Tier One weekend tickets cost £127, with teen (13-17) tickets priced £97.

Passes for children aged four to 12 cost £35 and it is just £5 for under-threes.

• To book tickets, visit the Standon Calling website at http://standon-calling.com/


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