Glastonbudget, the Mecca of Tribute, is now in its 6th year and saw more than 5,000 fans cram-in to see more that 130 amazing bands play 6 stages in May. Next year’s extravaganza of Europe’s best tribute bands and New Acts will be even better. Glastonbudget Music Festival 2010 takes place at Turnpost Farm in Wymeswold, Leicestershire on May 28th, 29th and 30th, 2010.
“Glastonbudget has always been about great music, and great value, this year was the greatest Glastonbudget ever, so we are celebrating and have decided to sell our budget festival tickets using the ultimate budget festival system. Rather like the budget airlines our tickets will be starting at 99p.” Chris Dunn (Co-Organiser)
“This year was my first at Glastonbudget and loved every minute of it. It made my birthday the best ever! So excited by these tickets, hoping to get ten but if I only get two for me and the other half I will be happy” Hayley
“What a weekend 09 was, this was our first visit and what can we say you all don’t know already. We had not ever heard of Glastonbudget, and only found it by chance the Monday before the event. All we can say is we are now hooked, we have driven our friends in to a frenzy ready for next year.” Mark and Bev – Gt Yarmouth
“I had 4 primary school kids in tow … I was a bit apprehensive about taking them all but I needn’t have worried – it was a safe environment and they loved it.”
“That’s the difference between GB and other mainstream festivals; it’s not about extracting as much money as possible from the paying public. But giving them an event to remember and in this current climate, value for money. The festival is about the provision of entertainment and fun for everyone.” Paul Mitchell, Loughborough Echo
Glastonbudget Festival tickets go on sale on Thursday 23rd of July from 8am, and are available from the festival’s website at www.glastonbudget.net.