Bestival – Get your tickets for 2017

Bestival – Get your tickets for 2017

Bestival 2016 was as epic as ever, what a way to end a spectacular season! With incredible headline action from Major Lazer, The Cure, Sean Paul & Wiz Khalifa, as well as firing sets by Diplo, Carl Cox and Fatboy Slim as the Spaceport made its debut, not to mention stand out appearances from Hot Chip, Bastille, Years & Years, sun-bringer Craig David, Skepta, Leftfield, Kurupt FM, Richie Hawtin, Wolf Alice, Glass Animals, Caravan Palace, The Human League and many more, there was always fun to be had in The Future!

Rob da Bank said: “Well, we went to The Future and it was well worth the trip… Another year of interstellar performances at Bestival from Major Lazer, Sean Paul, Bastille, The Cure, Glass Animals, Richie Hawtin, Years & Years, Fatboy Slim through to new blood SWMRS, Alice Jemima and Mura Masa. Where else can you get a meditation gong session, quaff bubbles in a double decker bus hot tub, go to an outrageous trannie party in the woods or enjoy mind-boggling shenanigans in Caravanserai, and nearly all of it baked in sunshine? With one headliner already booked for 2017, we hope you join the trip again”.

And, lest we forget, weird and wonderful goings on in the Ambient Forest, mind-blowing Night Parades, the otherworldly beauty of Celestial Dreaming, eye-popping acrobatic madness on the Carnival stage, oddball brilliance in Caravanserai, delicious treats in the Feast Collective and, most of all, you fantastic Bestivalites for making it such a great weekend.

And once again Bestival made a huge positive economic impact in 2016, bringing over 40,000 people across the Solent to this year’s event, generating £4.3 million for the Island’s local economy and working alongside a variety of local companies, traders and suppliers. While St Catherine’s School, Challenge & Adventure, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Dimbola Lodge, Isle of Wight Youth Trust, Quay Arts’ Art Charity, IOW Council’s Liver Health and Love Doesn’t Hurt teams and Adoption Service, Earl Mountbatten Hospice, Daisy Chains, IOW Hampshire Air Ambulance, Rob da Bank’s Music Club, Yarmouth Gig Rowing Club and Swim2Bestival were among the many charities who benefitted from this year’s Bestival.

And, lest we forget, weird and wonderful goings on in the Ambient Forest, mind-blowing Night Parades, the otherworldly beauty of Celestial Dreaming, eye-popping acrobatic madness on the Carnival stage, oddball brilliance in Caravanserai, delicious treats in the Feast Collective and, most of all, you fantastic Bestivalites for making it such a great weekend.

And once again Bestival made a huge positive economic impact in 2016, bringing over 40,000 people across the Solent to this year’s event, generating £4.3 million for the Island’s local economy and working alongside a variety of local companies, traders and suppliers. While St Catherine’s School, Challenge & Adventure, Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Dimbola Lodge, Isle of Wight Youth Trust, Quay Arts’ Art Charity, IOW Council’s Liver Health and Love Doesn’t Hurt teams and Adoption Service, Earl Mountbatten Hospice, Daisy Chains, IOW Hampshire Air Ambulance, Rob da Bank’s Music Club, Yarmouth Gig Rowing Club and Swim2Bestival were among the many charities who benefitted from this year’s Bestival.

Plans are already afoot for Bestival 2017, so if you’re suffering from the Bestival blues, never fear, Early Bird tickets for next year’s show, available on our ground breaking payment plan. Grab yours here now.

If you want to relive some of the highlights from Bestival’s Future and check out behind the scenes action head to Red Bull TV now.

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