Cropredy is a pretty village five miles north of Banbury in Oxfordshire.
This is quite a special festival and well loved by its many devotees - quite an event that's non commercial and cares about the fans who attend. Expect to find good food, good ale, good people and good fun at this one - and it should be noted that this festival is particularly family friendly and trouble free.
This nine minute video gives you general scenes around the concert arena, campsites and backstage.
Tickets for Fairport's Cropredy Convention go on sale on Saturday 1 February 2014. As in previous years, the festival offers three-day (Thursday, Friday and Saturday) tickets; two-day (Friday and Saturday) tickets; and Saturday-only tickets.
Prices for tickets purchased before 1 June are:
Three-day (Thurs, Fri, Sat) ticket £110
Two-day (Fri and Sat) ticket £100
Saturday-only ticket £70
Prices for tickets purchased between 1 June and 31 July are:
Three-day (Thurs, Fri, Sat) ticket £115
Two-day (Fri and Sat) ticket £105
Saturday-only ticket £75
Prices for tickets purchased after 31 July (including at the festival gates) are:
Three-day (Thurs, Fri, Sat) ticket £120
Two-day (Fri and Sat) ticket £110
Saturday-only ticket £80
Children under 12 years old are admitted free provided they are accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
Cropredy 2014 Camping Prices
Three-day camping costs £35 per vehicle, two-day camping costs £30 per vehicle. Motorcyclists, cyclists and pedestrians camp free of charge.
Camping is charged per vehicle (up to five occupants). For convenience and security, tents are erected next to the camping party's vehicle.
Camping on Saturday night is free for people with a one-day festival ticket.