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Winterwell Festival

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Winterwell Festival in the Heart of the Cotswolds, a few miles just outside Cirencester on Friday 29th June – Monday 2nd July

Prices: Early Bird, £105 until 1st May 2012, £120 after. Half price for under 25s, concessions for early birds and group bookings.
Tipis from £390, Bell tents from £440. Under twelves go for free.

WinterwellWinterwellThis year the Festival will delve into the rich tradition of the Old West with a unique interactive theme, with Winterwell being transformed into a frontier town for 3 days complete with saloon, cantina, bordello and jailhouse. Winterwell are employing a creative team that specialise in immersive arts and creative installations where everyone to get involved and star in their own spaghetti western. Attractions will include: a cabaret tent, debating tent, camp fires. a night lit woodland trail, sunset chill-out bar, holistic field, massage tents, pingtron and a go to jail area for mischievous revellers to send their friends to.

Winterwell is known for its hugely eclectic range of music on offer from folk and indy to electro, funk and house. A melée of music genres will be healined by The Nextmen and Norman Jay with Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin’ Criminals making a guest appearance.

www.winterwell.co.uk

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