Cheap festival tickets can be hard to come by. The price of music festivals has skyrocketed in recent years, with some of the larger festivals charging well over £200 for a weekend camping ticket.
The now-defunct V Festival
These amazing festivals can offer you a brilliant experience at a fraction of a cost, with tickets starting from just £79 for a full weekend experience.
Cheap festival tickets: Under £100
Hogsozzle is an early one, taking place over the late May bank holiday weekend. Second release tickets are still available for just £99.
Just 30 minutes from London in Hertfordshire, the line-up features Dub Pistols, The Turbans, and Scratch Perverts.
A paint fight, pictured above, is a core part of the Hogsozzle experience.
UPDATE: Blisscamp tickets have now increased to £105 Tier 4 sales. Sorry.
The Hampshire festival will this year feature headline sets from Slamboree, Gold Panda, and Dub Pistols, taking place from 5th – 8th July.
2000trees is an award-winning independent music festival dedicated to bringing together the best new British music for one weekend every July, held at Upcote Farm near Cheltenham.
Weekend tickets are currently available for just £99.
Sheffield’s Tramlines festival is moving to a brand new, massive arena in the city’s Hillsborough Park. Weekend Tier 6 tickets are just £79, and this years line-up features headline sets from Stereophonics, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, and Craig David.
Jake Bugg and Clean Bandit are set to headline the second stage, and this year Tramlines have added a brand new comedy stage to supplement it’s four music stages.
Under 15 minutes from Sheffield City Centre by tram, the Tramlines party continues into the early hours of the morning at an array of city centre venues.
Love Saves The Day
Taking place at the end of May in London’s Eastville Park, weekend tickets for Love Saves The Day are £85, rising to about £93 with booking fees. There’s no camping, but everyone has a mate that lives in London, right?
Fatboy Slim and Sampha are headlining this years event, and Andy C is also set to feature.
Once Upon A Time In The West
Also known as OUT West, this festival is the work of those that create some of Boomtown & Glastonbury’s best areas. Nominated for both “best small festival” and “best grassroots festival” at the UK Festival Awards, Tier 3weekend tickets for OUT West are priced at just £85.
Festival organiser Flounder Murray told TheFestivals.UK: “Whilst OUT West is synonymous with a quality line-up, it’s not all about the music. It’s the friendly, party vibe that we create.. and that’s all of us – Crew, Public, Bands. There is no “back-stage” for VIP’s – the whole party is out the front and accessible to everyone. It’s a proper West Country Party.”
Bearded Theory Spring Gathering
Early bird tickets for Bearded Theory Spring Gathering have a £100 face
Spring Gathering also offers the chance to see both Dub Pistols and
Taking place at Derbyshire’s Catton Hall at the end of May, those £100 early bird tickets are sure to sell out soon, so act fast.
Bingley Music Live
Bingley Music Live is another featuring Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Jake Bugg, this time joined by the likes of Lightning Seeds, The Cribs, Rat Boy, Marmozets, and Queen Zee.
Situated at Myrtle Park in West Yorkshire, the festival sells weekend tickets for just £85 face value. Ex-Spice Girl Mel C will also be performing, as will Shed Seven.
Hertfordshire’s Farr Festival is just 30 minutes from London’s Kings Cross. It’s a four day electronic music festival, now in its ninth year.
2018’s headliners include Mount Kimbie, Maribou State, Daphni, and Tom Misch.
Taking place from the 5th to the 7th of July, weekend tickets are priced at just £99.
UPDATE: Truck Festival tickets have now risen to Tier 4 prices, £110 for the weekend.
Truck Festival takes place from 20-22nd July out in Oxfordshire. Friendly Fires, George Ezra and Courteeners are set to headline.
Also featuring are De La Soul, Jake Bugg, Editors, and Everything Everything. Shy FX and Kurupt FM will also feature, taking headline slots on the festival’s Palm City stage.