Melford Hall

Leestock Music Festival

Saturday 27th - Sunday 28th May 2017

Melford Hall in Suffolk

From £12

No age restrictions

Leestock Tickets

LeeStock Music Festival 2017, Suffolk
Saturday 27th May 2017 - Sunday 28th May 2017 tickets:

Type of Ticket Price QuantityQty
Earlybird
Early Earlybird Weekend Ticket
Adult entry to both Saturday and Sunday (excludes camping).
£20.00
+ £2.25 bf
SOLD OUT
Earlybird Weekend Ticket
Adult entry to both Saturday and Sunday (excludes camping).
£25.00
+ £2.75 bf
SOLD OUT
Day tickets
Saturday Only Entry Ticket
Excludes Camping
£30.00
+ £3.25 bf
Age 12 and Under Saturday Ticket
12 and under must have ticket and must be accompanied by a paying adult
£0.00
+ £0.00 bf
Sunday Only Entry Ticket
Excludes Camping
£12.00
+ £1.45 bf
Age 12 and Under Sunday Ticket
12 and under must have ticket and must be accompanied by a paying adult
£0.00
+ £0.00 bf
Camping tickets
Weekend Camping Ticket (not inc. festival entry)
Saturday and Sunday night camping ticket, 1 req. per person
£15.00
+ £1.75 bf
SOLD OUT
Age 12 and Under Camping Ticket (not inc. festival entry)
Must be accompanied by a paying adult
£0.00
+ £0.00 bf
SOLD OUT
Camper Van / Caravan Camping Ticket (not inc. festival entry)
1 per van, must also have camping and festival entry ticket
£5.00
+ £1.00 bf
SOLD OUT
2 Day Weekend tickets
Weekend Festival Entry Ticket
Entry to both Saturday and Sunday (excludes camping)
Tickets selling quickly!
£35.00
+ £3.75 bf
Age 12 and Under Weekend Ticket
12 and under must have ticket and must be accompanied by a paying adult
Tickets selling quickly!
£0.00
+ £0.00 bf
Concessions
Saturday Carer's Ticket
Excludes camping, must be accompanied by full paying disabled visitor
£0.00
+ £0.00 bf
Sunday Carer's Ticket
Excludes camping, must be accompanied by full paying disabled visitor
£0.00
+ £0.00 bf

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LeeStock is back bigger than better than ever celebrating their 10th anniversary on the 27th and 28th May 2017. 

Housed in the beautiful county of Suffolk, LeeStock 2017 is a music festival unlike most. It is a purely not for profit festival, raising money for the Willow Foundation. 

LeeStock festival in the past has hosted such bands as Dodgy, teenage dirtbags Wheatus, Mark Morriss from The Bluetones fame, The Feeling, Hoosiers and 90’s dance legends D:Ream. 

With Leestock gaining popularity and being well loved by many around the country for its unique atmosphere and its good cause, LeeStock continues to excite and enthral fans. With plenty promised for the coming years, LeeStock is proving to be the festival that wins over people’s hearts.

Disabled Access Information

Leestock actively encourage disabled people to attend their friendly festival and make provision where they can.  The festival is held in a bumpy field so access around the site should be considered. Dedicated disabled toilets and friendly stewards will be on hand to help with any queries. 

Where a carer is required to accompany a disabled person, admission to the festival for the carer is free.

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Leestock 2017 Line up

 

Tinchy Stryder

Newton Faulkner 

Toploader

Wheatus

Goldie Lookin Chain

+ many more to be announced

 

To see this year's full lineup, please use the link below

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Location of Leestock 2017

Melford Hall.

Long Melford, Sudbury,
Suffolk
CO10 9AA

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History of Leestock

Established in 2008 as a tribute to the memory of a close friend who battled against a rare disease, Leestock has found its way into the hearts of many around the country.

The idea was born to throw a festival, as a way to raise money for the Willow Foundation, the Charity aimed at improving the lives and providing hope to seriously ill young adults. A massive ?30,000 was raised in the first 4 years and the figure has risen year on year.

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