Final tickets remaining for Cursus Festival on May 26th – 28th
Spring has sprung and the final tickets are flying out for Cursus Cider & Music Festival on May 26th – 28th bank holiday weekend.
Weekend and day tickets are available in small numbers, with big discounts for children. Tent camping is included for all tickets, with live-in vehicle pitches available for an extra charge.
Now in its eighth year, Cursus is a small festival with a big reputation for original live music and a grassroots, family-friendly atmosphere. This year’s festival boasts an impressive line-up of established acts including Skinny Lister, The Longest Johns, Imperial Leisure, The Dreadnoughts, Sound Of The Sirens and Skimmity Hitchers, with an exciting mix of other local, national and international acts filling the bill.
Located on Myncen Farm, the home of Cranborne Chase Cider, in the beautiful surroundings of rural Dorset, Cursus offers an inclusive and intimate experience with a capacity of just 500 people. It is family-friendly with a dedicated DIY Den activity area for kids, and the emphasis is on meeting new people in a safe and fun environment. Other attractions include a communal camp fire, Tuk Tuk Safari, rural craft demonstrations, DJ tent, bar and locally sourced food options.
Cursus falls on the bank holiday weekend and leads into the school half term holiday, making the festival an even more attractive option for those with younger festival goers.
Adult weekend tickets from £89, day tickets from £39. Children’s tickets from just £5.
Full information about the festival can be found at www.cursusfestival.com