Tickets & Seating

Friends will be able to purchase tickets from April 1. Individual tickets will be on general sale on May 8 and can be purchased in three ways: 

  • Here on the website there is a booking fee of £1.50 and tickets can either be collected on the day of performance (ticket collection point at St Mary's Church), or posted for an additional £1. For those concerts with allocated seating, you will be able select your seat on the website;
  • Via the ticket-line telephone number 0845 539 0168 - no booking fee;
  • From Central Stores Stogumber in person - no booking fee.

Please note that the best seating availability is generally from the website. Central Stores will have a limited selection of seats available.

There are a number of ticket packages available this year. For all packages please either e mail or telephone 0845 5390168. Pass holders will be allocated the best seats available at the time of booking in the price bracket.

 The Premium Festival Pass includes seven events for £70 (saving £18) –Steve Knightley, Elysium Brass, Gwyneth Herbert, the Hebrides Ensemble, Alex Rider, Ashley Riches and Luke Jackson; or the second price Festival Pass is available for £55. Alternatively substitute the Drystones for the Hebrides Ensemble and the Festival Pass is available for £60 (second price £50).

 The Classical Pass includes all four classical events – Elysium Brass, the Hebrides Ensemble, Alex Rider and Ashley Riches for £40 (saving £8) and second price at £30.

The Folk Pass includes Steve Knightley, Gwyneth Herbert, the Drystones and Luke Jackson for £40 (second price £32).

The Saturday Pass includes the three events in St Mary’s Church - Elysium Brass, Gwyneth Herbert and the Hebrides Ensemble for £36 (second price £26).

The Sunday Pass includes the three ticketed events on Sunday – Alex Rider, Ashley Riches and Luke Jackson for £26 (second price £22).

*For evening events we advise you bring torches, and please note the car park is a five-minute walk from St Mary's Church with a slight gradient. The Village Hall is almost opposite the car park. The Skittle Alley is at the White Horse Inn, a short way on from the church. For comfort, you may like to bring cushions or a rug if chilly to performances in the church

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