All Sidmouth 2011 ticket prices on one page for easy comparison. All images from official website.
EARLY BIRD prices are valid for purchases made before 31 March 2011. Price increases will apply thereafter. Supplies of ALL-IN-ONE tickets may be limited.
AGE RANGES, all tickets: CHILD (0 to 7), CHILD (7 to 11), YOUTH (12 to 17), YOUNG ADULT (18 to 24), and ADULT (25 and over)
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|The new ALL IN ONE tickets -
equivalent to season tickets in the old days - these get you into every event during the
festival week. Valid for ALL events Fri 29 July to 5 Aug.
In 2010, you would have needed a Week season and a Ham season to get these benefits.
Adults would pay £226 - £158 = £68 extra - equal to about 3 Ham evening concerts.
|This is equivalent to the 2010 week season - Valid for ALL events Fri 29 July to 5 Aug, except the Ham evening concerts.|
|Weekend tickets, as in 2010. Valid for ALL events on Fri/Sat/Sun, except the Ham evening concerts.|
|Day season tickets. Valid for
ALL events on the specified day, except the Ham evening concert.
Prices seem to be the same for each day.
|Full week camping - much as in 2010. Valid Wed 27 July to 5 Aug.|
|Weekend camping - again much as in 2010, valid Fri/Sat/Sun.|
|Cheap per-day pre-festival camping - no reduction for youngsters?|
|Full rate per-day camping for 28 July only - again no reduction for youngsters?|
|Daily camping - valid for specified day only during the festival week.|
|Replacing the Supporters Club of 2010 and previous years, this allows you to camp on the official site without buying any event tickets.|
For all 'frequently asked questions' and a guide for newcomers to FolkWeek see this link - including details of alternative camping sites.
Hotels and bed and breakfast in Sidmouth. The black and white print friendly version of this webpage used in June/July 2011 is here.
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