Bloodstock 2021 / Weekend tickets sold out – limited one-day tickets remain
23 July 2021
Weekend tickets to this summers five-day Bloodstock festival are sold out. A limited number of one-day tickets remain, with the Judas Priest headlining Sunday tickets very limited. The last set of bands has been added to the bill, and the festival is ready to go in just three weeks.
Due to the UK ‘pingdemic’, personal circumstances may change, so you can sell or purchase tickets at the official re-sale site, www.seetickets.com/rd/event/bloodstock/catton-park/1417975
Saturday opening slot on the Sophie Lancaster Stage is alt Metal four-piece Netherhall, who won their slot through the Planet Rock Radio band competition.
The second phase of the Metal 2 The Masses programme has finished, with eleven more grassroots bands winning a New Blood stage slot. South Wales-based Pearler, Kent’s Struck/Down, Leeds’ Sound Of Origin, Birmingham’s Insurgent, and Northern Island’s Elder Druid have secured a Friday slot.
Brighton’s Kinzoku, Chesterfield’s Irontooth, Wolverhampton’s Blood Church, Nottingham’s Cotton Mouth, Stoke’s The Ghoules and Scotlands Nassaum will all appear on Saturday.
The Ram Gallery
The Ram Gallery will feature work from Mark Wilkinson, who had created album covers for Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Marillion and Fish. Photographer John McMurtrie will have seven of his images on display, while Trivium will be showcasing the painting from the In The Court Of The Dragon video. Luthier Cynosure will be displaying his fantastic handcrafted guitars, including Jimi Hendrix and Ronnie James Dio inspired models.
The charity partners for this year’s festival are MIND and Patch Amnesty, where were announced for 2020, with Derbyshire Blood Bikes added. They offer a free medical courier service to the local NHS hospitals, moving blood, human milk for premature and ill babies, biological and diagnostic samples, medication and other urgent medical equipment wherever they need to go in the UK.
Bloodstock has implemented a number of safety measures around the arena and campsite. They also require proof of a negative NHS approved Lateral Flow Test taken within 36 hours of festival arrival.
These tests can be ordered online free of charge.
Full details can be found at www.bloodstock.uk.com/pages/coronavirus
Limited date tickets can be purchased from at the ticket store. Wednesday remains exclusively for weekend ticket holders. VIP and campervan tickets for 2021 are sold out.
Fat Franks Camping has a service for campers, where you can pre-order everything you need and collect it all on-site. They can also blow up your air bed while you wait, and you can rent a tent from them for the weekend.
Anything purchased can be delivered to your home within three to five days after the festival. For full details, visit fatfrankscampingshop.com