Friday, 30 March 2012
Off the Tracks Spring Festival 2012, so far...
Off The Tracks Spring Festival 2012
25-26-27 May 2012
Tickets on sale NOW!
The line-up so far.....
Hawkwind - Wilko Johnson - Warsaw Village Band - Simon Friends Seismic Survey
This great, family-friendly festival once again takes place at Park Farm, Isley Walton, near Castle Donington, Derbyshire.
There'll be lots more to come as once again Off The Tracks offers well over 30 artists over two stages, around 70 real ales, ciders and perries, and great food. The fantastic facilities include hot showers and caravan hook-ups.
A Sunday Times top 100 Festival
A top 20 Festival you've never heard of "The Guardian"
A Top "Small is Beautiful Festival" Sunday Times
Atmospheric Surroundings - Great live music
60 Real Ales and Ciders - Acoustic Sessions
Excellent Camping Facilities & Showers
Arts & crafts stalls - Fantastic Food - Circus Workshops, and Parade
Family Friendly - Children's Play Area -Entertainment & activities for children
Shiatsu - Yoga - Energy work - Tai Chi - Chi Kung - Meditation
"We believe Off The Tracks is now among the best-value and most-enjoyable festivals you can find, and the people who come back time after time seem to agree with us."
But don't just take our word for it. Festivals For All says:
"The twice yearly Off The Tracks Festivals are truly hidden jewels in the festival crown; a magical combination of first class facilities, organisation, intelligent music policy, a unique farm environment, great artists, and brilliant, brilliant festival goers".
"If ever a festival typified all that is good and precious about the small independent festival then Off the Tracks is surely it. No matter what your musical tastes or festival preferences, there should always be a place reserved for events like Off The Tracks in anyone's festival calendar."
eFestivals says: Can going to a festival change your life? In the case of OTT. the answer is if you want it to, then yes.The atmosphere here can be electric. Everything from throbbing sound systems to intimate acoustic performances, impromptu sessions and musicians jamming together, the music on offer here is chosen with great care. There will always be someone playing over the course of the weekend that will astound and delight you.
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Friday - Wilko Johnson - The Fallows
Saturday - Hawkwind - Bigtopp - Kasai Masai - Jerzey Street Band - The Old Dance School - Nordic Giants - Oka Vanga - Inter Africa
Sunday - Dub Pistols - Warsaw Village Band - Simon Friend's Seismic Survey - Celtarabia - Mat Andasun - Avert Francis - Richard Warren - Kelly's Heroes - Stevie One Bloke One Mandolin - JP Cooper - Something Nasty In The Woodshed - Metheglin
Friday and Saturday - Cabbage Club Nights Featuring... Tarantism - O.V.N.I. - Tetchi - Bez 23 - Purusha - Slack Baba - Si Splatt - Hoodwink - Razzek
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Posted by Bangs at 3/30/2012 04:49:00 pm