Bestival 2014

Bestival 2014

Bestival Thu 4th - Sun 7th Sep

Bestival 2014 Tickets

Type of Ticket Price QuantityQty
Adult Weekend Thursday
Entrance Thursday 4th September. Ticket includes 1.00 donation
Last few tickets left! On sale for just 1 more day.
£196.00
+ £10.00 fees
Adult Weekend Friday
Entrance Friday 5th September. Ticket includes 1 donation
On sale for just 1 more day.
£196.00
+ £10.00 fees
Teen Weekend Ticket
Age 13-17
On sale for just 1 more day.
£127.00
+ £6.75 fees
Student Weekend Ticket
Ticket includes 1 donation. For full-time students only. Valid NUS or ISIC ID required at the box office. No other student ID accepted
On sale for just 1 more day.
£181.00
+ £10.00 fees
Child Weekend Ticket
Aged 12 and under - must be ordered for entry
On sale for just 1 more day.
£0.00
+ £0.00 fees
Advance Carpark
On sale for just 1 more day.
£15.00
+ £1.50 fees
Adult Premium Camping
Premium Camping Tickets include car parking. Ticket includes a 1 donation
On sale for just 1 more day.
£317.00
+ £14.95 fees
Teen Premium Camping
Age 13-17
On sale for just 1 more day.
£158.00
+ £8.95 fees
Campervan Ticket
Adult camping ticket must be purchased.
On sale for just 1 more day.
£90.00
+ £5.75 fees
Caravan Ticket
Adult camping ticket must be purchased.
On sale for just 1 more day.
£101.00
+ £6.50 fees

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Bestival info

What: Bestival

When: Thu 4th - Sun 7th Sep

Where: Robin Hill Country Park, Isle of Wight

How Much: 127 - 316

Min Age: 0

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Bestival is the Isle of Wight's crowning glory and it's returning for another year. Few festivals have managed to gain such a growing reputation in a relatively short space of time as much as this has and Bestival 2014 is set to be the best yet!

Since Bestival's inception in 2004, Rob Da Bank's carefully curated festival has grown from a mere 10,000 in attendance to now well over 50,000. With a reputation as a friendly festival and gaining in credibility with each passing year, attendees of Bestival 2014 are sure to be treated to an unforgettable festival experience, with a top notch atmosphere.

Bestival is no stranger to huge headliners either, with the likes of The Cure, Basement Jaxx, Fatboy Slim, The Beastie Boys, My Bloody Valentine, Massive Attack, Kraftwerk, The Prodigy and Bjork visiting the Isle of Wight over the past few years - Bestival 2014 will be no different.

Bestival also regularly picks up well deserved accolades including best medium sized festival, and best major UK festival on a number of occasions.

For the sheer size, scale and fun loving atmosphere that permeates proceedings, Bestival remains an unparalleled, essential experience for all festival lovers.

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Bestival 2014 Lineup

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Location of Bestival 2014

History of Bestival

Bestival has been held annually in late summer since 2004, in a small country park called 'Robin Hill'. The festival is organized by BBC Radio 1 leftfield DJ Rob da Bank and is an off-shoot of his Sunday Best record label and club nights. Creative Director and wife Josie da Bank and co founders / partners John and Ziggy from Get Involved are also involved in organising Bestival.

The Isle of Wight was chosen for many reasons as the site of Bestival, primarily due to its notable natural beauty. It is also known that the Isle of Wight holds more carnivals per capita than anywhere else in the United Kingdom. Besides being generally smaller, there are several qualities that make Bestival and will make Bestival 2014 different from the Isle of Wight Festival. It is considered more alternative and diverse, offering a large selection of vegetarian foods; a dressing up tent and a 'secret stage'.

Bestival is well known for its fancy dress themed days (usually the Saturday of the festival). In 2005, an attempt was made to set the Guinness World Record for most people in fancy dress at any one event.

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