Keane & The Who set to headline Knowsley Hall Music Festival!
This years festival will happen over Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th June 2007 . Tickets are on sale now.
Set in 2500 acres of stunning, landscaped parkland and as ancestral home to the Earls of Derby since 1385 the stage is most definitely set for the first ever Knowsley Hall Music Festival and one of the most breathtakingly beautiful events ever to hit the North West of England. Combine this exceptional location with one of the most formidable promoters in the country and you can see why this is a welcome addition to the summer music calendar,
Legendary rockers and possibly one of the most influential bands of all time The Who will be topping the bill. Their pedigree precedes them and last time they played Liverpool they sold out 10,000 tickets in 28 minutes.
Sunday keeps the larger than life theme alive with stadium sell-outs Keane taking centre stage with their lauded piano rock anthems, fresh from the worldwide success of the critically acclaimed second album ‘Under the Iron Sea’. Local lads The Zutons, one of the most successful bands to come out of Liverpool in the last decade, will also be flying the Northern flag with their own brand of psychedelic cartoon punk for their army of ardent fans.
Created and developed by the award winning team behind Creamfields and Rockness and the production team behind Bestival and Freedom Rocks, this two day, premier event is destined a phenomenal addition to the festival circuit.
The Knowsley Hall Music Festival experience can now be as low key or elaborate as you choose with options ranging from ‘day tickets’ to ‘weekend tickets; or you can take full advantage of the new offerings with ‘weekend and hotel ticket’, ‘Gold Circle Tickets’ or the ultimate ‘Hospitality Pass’ that includes access to the VIP area and car parking, deluxe dining area and lounge, buffet spread and access to the exclusive Gold Circle.
This Years Line Up so Far:
Pete Wylie & The Mighty Wah
Ticket Price: )Weekend Tickets: £70+BF
Saturday: )Standard: £42.50+BF / Gold Circle: 60+BF / Hospitality: £99+BF
Sunday: ) Standard: £37.50+BF / Gold Circle: £55+BF / Hospitality: £99+BF
Ticket Outlets: Piccadilly Ticketline: 0871 424 8000 / See Tickets: 0871 220 0260 / Ticketmaster : 0870 169 0109
For Information On Accommodation And Travel Please Go To http://www.visitliverpool.com
Information Tel: 0151 707 1309
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