In the country of United Kingdom at the Robin Hill, Downend Newport, Bestival is celebrated every year in a big manner. This is such kind of a festival where over 60,000 plus attendees attend every year. The number increased from 10,000 in the first year of the event and growing at a faster rate. It’s got such a good reputation for positive fun that Sir Elton John agreed to perform the main stage his first festival appearance in the UK in over three decades.
Bestvival organises a Fancy dress parade every year usually on Saturday and in the year 2010 it achieved a place in the Guinness Book of World records. Costumes will play a key role in the festival. The Priests wear purple to reflect the period of anticipation and signify the presence of purity by wearing white. You can find special tents offering workshops on ostume making during the even which will be funny.
You can find the greener festival alliance founded by the organizers which highlight the ways concert goers can reduce their impact on locations where festivals take place. On the Bestival grounds, you’ll also find the Bestival Mother and Child Chill Out Zone, a separate quiet yurt, where mothers can nurse. There is also the Come Dancing Spiegeltent, a mirrored big top tent that offers dance lessons throughout the entirety of the festival. You can take a break from enjoying live performances of top acts and step back in time to learn the Charleston, the Lindy Hop, swing dancing, and more.
The event is organized by Rob da Bank a creative Director and his wife Josie da Bank and co founders / partners John Hughes, Ziggy Gilsenan and Ben Turner. The location Isle of Wight was chosen for many reasons on being the notable natural beauty. It is also known that the Isle of Wight holds more carnivals per capita than anywhere else in the United Kingdom. The diverse tastes of both da Banks influence the experience of festival-goers. You’ll hear a mix of EDM, indie, soul, funk and pop at Bestival, and the entire event is famous for Josie’s personal touch in elaborate stage designs, festival grounds and individual events.
Bestival is out this year from Thursday 8th – Sunday 11th September 2016, Robin Hill Country Park, on the Isle of Wight, England United Kingdom. The festival encourages all the people with no age restrictions and you can reserve your tickets right away at http://www.bestival.net/.
To guarantee you can get tickets for Bestival 2016 book as early as possible as they will sell out quickly.The following are the prices of tickets for the event:
- Adult Ticket (entry from Thursday or Friday) – £185
- Adult Premium ‘Wild Copse’ Camping Ticket – £316
- Student Ticket (entry from Thursday or Friday) – £180
(For full-time students only. Valid NUS or ISIC ID required at the box office. No other student ID accepted)
- Teen (age 13-17) Ticket – £127
- Teen (age 13-17) Premium ‘Wild Copse’ Camping Ticket – £158
- Child (age 12 & under) Ticket – Free (but you must obtain a ticket)
- Child (age 12 & under) Premium ‘Wild Copse’ Camping Ticket – Free
- Campervan Tickets – £90 (per vehicle)
- Caravan / Trailer Tent Ticket – £101 (One car only per caravan/trailer tent – no exceptions)
- Advance Car Parking – £15 (or £20 in cash on arrival)
- All Tickets will incur a booking fee
- There are no Day Tickets
- All Tickets incur a £1 donation to the Isle Of Wight Youth Trust*