Scotland’s lush landscape is shown off at RockNess every year, and now you can get an eyeful of Loch Ness while dancing into three summer nights for less.
Organisers have announced a recession-bustingly priced ticket with camping will be just £99 for a limited time.
On sale from 9am on Thursday, October 28th, it means festival-goers get a sub £100 festival ticket to the Highlands before the price rises to £135.
Plans are well under way for RockNess 2011 – confirmed as running from 10 to 12 June, 2011. Festival boss Jim King said: “RockNess was amazing last year with great performances from a host of acts. We had ridiculously high levels of fun and unbelievably low levels of crime, and we want to reward our most loyal customers with this incredible offer which in terms of value is unbeatable. This is officially the ‘Year of the Ness’ so please book early as it’s going to be a great show.”
This is officially the ‘Year of the Ness’ so please book early as it’s going to be a great show. – Jim King
This latest feel good news follows the recent praise of the festival’s audience after crime levels were revealed as being at an all time low thanks to the the SafeNess message. This summer saw more than 30,000 fans rock out in a trouble-free environment to world class acts including The Strokes, Leftfield, Blondie, Fatboy Slim, Plan B, Ian Brown, Aphex Twin and Pendulum.
A raft of new additions to RockNess, many Scottish exclusives, made it one of the most fun weekends to be had anywhere in 2010. These included the debut of the spectacular Arcadia Afterburner arena, Howard’s End Pub with landlord extraordinaire Howard Marks and side splitting comedy headlined by Glasgow’s Kevin Bridges.
To get one of the £99 launch tickets from 9am on Thursday, October 28 go to www.rockness.co.uk. Payment plans over three months will also be available again as part of the offer.