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Campervan and Caravan Passes Sell Out For Wizard Festival

Campervan and caravan passes for this year’s Wizard Festival have completely sold out ahead of the event.

Jayne Robinson

Date published: 16th Jul 2010

Campervan and caravan passes for this year’s Wizard Festival have completely sold out ahead of the event.

However, organisers have released a further 50 vehicle passes for caravans and campervans so that keen fans who want to attend the festival can still come to the event.

More than 50 bands, DJs and solo artists will perform at the festival, which was nominated in five categories at last year’s UK Festival awards.

Already confirmed to headline at this year’s event are iconic Manchester bands James and the Happy Mondays.  Also included in the line up are Alabama 3, Pearl and the Puppets, Kid British, The Dykeenies, Sandi Thom and The Complete Stone Roses.

There is also a full line-up of DJ’s who will be performing in the Snafu tent, as renowned Aberdeen nightclub Snafu, winner of Scottish nightclub of the year award, brings its club atmosphere to the festival for the second year in a row.

A family friendly festival, Wizard also runs a full two day programme of activities for children and young people.  Kids aged twelve and under are free to attend the event. 

Roy Thain, Wizard festival director said:

“Our caravan and campervan passes have always been popular but this year we have sold out really quickly.  We have made additional passes available but we expect these to sell out very fast too and so we advise fans that want to come along in these types of vehicles to buy their tickets as soon as possible.  There has been an increase in fans attending Wizard every year since we started in 2007 and this year is set to be no different. We are expecting even more festival goers from across Scotland and the UK to make their way to New Deer in August.”

Wizard is held on August 27 and 28 at the New Deer Showground, New Deer, Aberdeenshire (approximately 30 miles from Aberdeen).

Tickets are no longer available for this event

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