Steelhouse Festival is a Welsh international rock festival that takes place from Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th July 2013 at Hafod-Y-Dafal Farm, nr Ebbw Vale in Wales and is officially the highest UK festival above sea level.
With a super line up that looks like it was picked by our Mark Taylor himself and is as follows...
The early bird offer has ended. A weekend ticket is priced at £65, camping is priced at £10 per person, and a live in vehicle pass is £10. A day ticket is priced at £40.
The campsite is split into three areas: adults, families and live-in vehicles. Tents are not available to hire, but you can bring your own tent and camping gear. There will be toilets which will be cleaned at regular intervals, as well as hot shower facilities.
No open fires or tinfoil barbecues are allowed on site. However, you may use camping stoves or barbecues on legs (in the campsite area only). No glass bottles are allowed on any part of the festival site, including the camping areas. No sound systems or amplified music are allowed on site. Please note that the campsite closes and must be empty by 11am on Monday 29th July.
Steelhouse Festival is a rock festival and is, by the nature of its genre, sometimes unsuitable for younger children. Children 14 and under are not charged to attend but must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Steelhouse Festival 2013
Saturday 27th to Sunday 28th July 2013
Hafod-Y-Dafal Farm, Aberbeeg, nr Ebbw Vale, Gwent, Wales, NP13 2ER, Wales
£65 weekend ticket, camping £10, children under 14 free
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