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Family Campervan Tickets Sold Out

Posted: Mon May 05, 2014 10:43 pm
by The Caretaker
Family campervan tickets are now SOLD OUT

There are still weekend camping, regular campervan tickets, family weekend tickets and Sunday tickets available from Ticketmaster

2014 Ticket Prices

Between March 19th – April 18th

€154.50 if you can prove you've been to 3 or more Picnics

€174.50 if you can prove you've been to the Picnic once/twice before

€194.50 if you haven't been before

April 19th - July 4th midnight

€194.50 weekend tickets

After July 4th midnight

€229.50 weekend tickets

Sunday Day Tickets


Campervan Tickets


Please note that there is no re-admission on a Sunday ticket. Please ensure you have everything you need with you when you first enter the festival site. No camping permitted for Sunday ticket holders

For more information on claiming your discount codes and instalment plans please visit our ticket page

Please read the festival's Terms & Conditions of entry and sale.

Please read the full Terms and Conditions for Campervans here

People purchasing family tickets are asked to register children online here


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