The Acoustic Festival of Britain 2011


The Acoustic Festival of Britain 2011 returns to Uttoxeter Racecourse, Staffordshire on May 20 – 21 – 22 for its 3 day music event with camping, which has developed into a prestigious and relaxed family occasion for all generations.

The festival is a 3 Day event with camping and an eclectic programme of Unplugged and Acoustic music from the genres of Folk, Roots, Celtic, Blues, Pop, Rock, Ska, Burlesque and much more.

Expect 4 stages of entertainment and dozens of crafts and food tents together with a huge real ale tent over 200ft long, with a stage powered by bicycles, so if you want a bit of excersise at the festival, hop on board and help power the stage!

One major attraction to this event over the past 4 years has been the thought behind on site facilities, the provision of flushing loos, wash hand basins and hot showers. A most refreshing change to what is usually associated with festivals. Such thoughts have encouraged generations who once frequented festivals and carnivals in their earlier years back as attendees.

And if that’s not enough to sway you there’s also posh loos, a caravan/campervan site, craft stalls, Juggling Schools, Drumming, Didgeredoo & Guitar Workshops, Healing & Yoga Classes, Pixies, Dragons, Story Telling, Comedy. Tribal Dancing, Belly Dancing, Morris Dancing, Face Painting & Stilt Walkers.

Tickets are available now from £75 for a weekend ticket.

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