BoomTown Fair has announced that only 20% tickets are still available, with three months remaining until the festival begins.
The four day event, which takes place between the 8th and 11th of August in Matterly Estate, Winchester, features some of the hottest acts in ska, dub and reggae.
The 2013 line-up is headlined by Toots and the Maytals, Ozomatli, Arrested Development, Mad Caddies and Parov Stelar Band. The festival will, in total, feature more than 300 acts.
Chai Wallahs, Boomtique Village, the Boomin’ Styles Banquet and the Tribe of Frog Psy-Trance Zone have also been added to the list of venues.
Wallahs has become the largest independent music venue to tour the festival circuit since its inception in 2004, thanks to its blend of music and refreshments – which range from pizza to herbal shots.
The uniqueness also stretches to the accommodation at Boomtique Village. Choices range from Bell Tents, Tipis and Podpads to Air Stream Caravans and Royal Indian Shakir mega-tents, with restaurants and cafes on hand for further comfort.
The festival is unlike any other, with town planners hoping to create and utilise a 15 meter high flaming Aztec temple, five immersive street sets, a magic carpet ride, moving robots, hidden woodland stages, beach parties, ziplines, waterslides, mutated vehicles, over 40 themed venues and the world’s biggest metal spider.
There are a limited number of tier six tickets still available at £149 for adults, £85 for 13 to17 year olds, £20 for 6 to 12 year olds and free admission for under children under 6.