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Legends, divas, and folk heroes
The Cornbury reflects everything great about the British: an irresistible music festival with eccentric campers, all held under the guise of being a charming country fair. It may sound complicated, but it all boils down to one very simple thing: FUN.
This tailor-made weekend family break is an open air summer extravaganza, with a line up of the best music legends, divas, folk heroes, rockstars, a newbie pop idols. The Festival is being held at The Great Tew Park in Oxforshire, but there is no need to walk five hundred miles to see The Proclaimers. You can drive to the festival in your campervan and sleep in the (moderate) comfort of a warm sheltered room for. Alternatively, you can camp out in tents, surrounded by beautiful countryside, or nestle amongst the trees in one of Cornbury's luxury glamping podpads, cloud houses, or tipis. I told you camping was eccentric.
As well as dozens of performances from the likes of bands & artists Squeeze, Imelda May, and The Voice'sBo Bruce, there will also be a whole host of activities for the kids to enjoy, including magic shows, circus acts, boat yoga, parachute games, clay making, face painting...the list goes on. There will also be a chance to experience the festival from above by booking a Oxford balloon ride.
Depending on how long your stay is, and where you want to camp, adult tickets range from £70-£295. Tickets for 13-16s are £35-£165, while 12s and under are £12.50-£40. The spritely seniors amongst you should expect to pay between £35-£295. You're not considered a senior unless you're over 70. Whether that is a good or a bad thing, I'll leave for you to decide.