Cursus Cider & Music Festival 2019 | Canada Farm Salisbury  | Fri 24th May 2019 Lineup

Cursus Cider & Music Festival 2019

Canada Farm in Salisbury

Friday 24th - Sunday 26th May 2019

Fri 2:00pm til Mon 12:00pm

No age restrictions

500 capacity music festival in Dorset on the late May bank holiday weekend.

 
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Cursus Cider & Music Festival 2019 on Friday 24th - Sunday 26th May 2019

3 days of original music, cider and camping in the beautiful surroundings of the Cranborne Chase, Dorset, between Blandford and Salisbury.

http://www.cursusfestival.com

Now in our fifth year, Cursus Festival has a reputation for a friendly, intimate vibe with lots of fun and zero hassle. Come once and you'll be back!

Fully stocked bar, locally sourced food, communal camp fire and a range of national and local acts live on stage.

Full line-up for 2019 now announced! Featuring Ferocious Dog, The Dreadnoughts, Will Varley, The Eskies, Gaz Brookfield, Skimmity Hitchers, Freeborn Brothers, Dakka Skanks, Black Water County, Imprints, Knocksville, Sick Love, SN Dubstation, Palooka 5, Jake Martin, The Lagan, Sweetchunks Band, Splink, Nosebleed, Monkey Bizzle, B-Sydes and DJ Dapper Dan.

Early Bird Tickets are now SOLD OUT!

Standard Price tickets are now on sale, including heavily reduced prices for Under 18s and Under 5s.

http://www.cursusfestival.com/tickets

Tents and live-in vehicles are welcome in our huge green camping areas.

Dogs and children are very welcome but no glass or fires as this is a working farm.

Full details at http://www.cursusfestival.com

Festivals Guide: 

This event is part of our Festivals 2019 guide

Music Genres: 

Acoustic, Folk, Punk, Reggae, Ska

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