Festival tickets on sale at reduced price for Cool Britannia 2019 in Knebworth

Happy Mondays fans at Cool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDS

Happy Mondays fans at Cool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDS

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Tickets for Cool Britannia 2019 in Knebworth Park go on sale later this week – with a discounted price to thank this year’s festival-goers.

The festival inspired by the 1990s returns to the grounds of Knebworth House in Hertfordshire from Friday, August 30 to Sunday, September 1, 2019.

Early bird tickets for next summer’s festival go on sale for a limited time only from 9am on Friday, October 5.

Adult weekend camping tickets, allowing entry to the campsite and festival on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday, will cost £115 during the early bird period.

Non-camping adult weekend passes cost £95, while day tickets for either the Saturday or Sunday are priced £49.50 for a limited time.

A post on the official Cool Britannia Festival Facebook page read: “2018 was a fantastic year – great bands, amazing DJs and the sun shone all weekend, but most of all it was about YOU and the vibe you brought to the festival.

“So, as a massive thank you, we have reduced ticket prices for early bird bookings.

“For example, weekend camping has gone down from £135 to £115 (plus booking fee).

“All reductions are on our website: bit.ly/CoolBritannia-tickets

Fans young and a little older loving Embrace at Cool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDSFans young and a little older loving Embrace at Cool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDS

As for who will be playing Cool Britannia 2019, the line-up will be announced early next year.

The festival posted on its Facebook page: “We are busy working on the line up with some great acts already in the bag!

“The full line up will be announced in early 2019.”

• Visit www.coolbritanniafest.com for more details and to buy tickets when they go on sale.

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