Galtres Parklands Festival is held over the August Bank Holiday weekend at Duncombe Park, Helmsley.
Combining eight stages of music and cabaret, more than 100 fine beers and ciders all from Yorkshire (from Cropton ale to Ampleforth Abbey cider), excellent local produce catering (from Whitby scampi to Yorkshire puds), loads for kids to do from film making to music workshops, and all set in a beautiful and spectacular rural setting overlooking the North York Moors.
Expect to find the best music, plus comedy, theatre and offbeat performances at the night cabaret, films, family camping and clean loos too! It's organic, fair trade and green, and a share of proceeds go to charity.
The festival guarantees fun for all ages and this year there’s a seaside theme, including Tall Trees Island with a galleon stage, beach and donkey rides. Whether you choose to become a dancer from Fame, help make giant puppets, or get a selfie with a troll, you will go home having tried something new and with lots to talk about!
A variety of ticket types are still on sale for Galtres Parklands Festival 2014, including ticket deposits.
Tickets will not be sent to you until August 2014. Prior to dispatch you will be able to add additional items to your order, such as bus or camping tickets.
This year the festival will use an electronic payment system. All event purchases, including bars, food and rides will be by G-Card - it's a cashless event. To avoid queues when you arrive, organisers recommend that you buy at least one G-Card in advance. You'll be able to top it up at the festival by debit or credit card as well as by cash.
Galtres charge a booking fee of £5 per order - this covers credit/debit card commissions, and also their administration costs in processing and dispatching your order. It's a flat fee per order, not per ticket. Up until Monday 18 August we also charge £5 for postage to get your tickets and vouchers to you securely by Royal Mail 'Signed For' Delivery.(After that they're kept for collection on arrival). The system being used this year includes online tracking, so even at the festival itself we'll know whether each set of tickets has been received.