Wickerman Fans the Flames of Festival Success with 2016 Early Bird Ticket Release

 With the sun-drenched celebrations of this year’s Wickerman Festival still glowing in the minds of music fans, organisers have announced the release of a limited number of Early Bird tickets, frozen at 2015 prices.

 From 9am today (Saturday 1st August) until midnight on Saturday 31st October, fans will be able to snap up tickets exclusively via Skiddle for next year’s festival, which is scheduled to take place on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd July 2016.

Early Bird prices stay at the same rates as the 2015 festival:

Weekend adult tickets: £110

Weekend concession tickets: £55

Saturday adult tickets: £72.50

Saturday concession tickets: £35

Free entry for children aged 12 and under

VIP weekend adult tickets: £160

VIP weekend concession / child tickets: £30

Caravan / campervan pitch: £55

Caravan / campervan pitch with electric hook up: £105

Full price 2016 tickets will go on sale from 1st November and will be available to buy online from Skiddle.com and selected outlets.  Please note under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult.

 With this year’s festival hailed as one of Wickerman’s finest thanks to its brilliantly eclectic line up and an arena packed with relaxed fun and family-friendly entertainment, the festival team want to thank Wicker fans for bringing what was undoubtedly the best festival vibe of the summer to the sunny fields of Dundrennan.

 20,000 music fans enjoyed a wonderful two-day treat of music and festivities, with highlights including the legendary Jimmy Cliff, The Waterboys, Squeeze, Lulu, Tom Odell, The Sonics, Stereo MCs, The Vaselines, BMX Bandits and some of the hottest rising stars of Scotland’s music scene. 

The Early Bird ticket offer will run from 09.00 on Saturday 1st August until midnight on Saturday 31st October 2015 and will be exclusive to Skiddle. For further information visit: www.thewickermanfestival.co.uk.

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