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April 30, 2013 at 1:22 pm #124

The UK’s ONLY independent, boutique 3-day green field jazz festival has announced it’s full line up of artists that will be performing in the beautiful grounds and great halls of the stately and family home Burton Agnes Hall in July – including a celebration of jazz legend Kenny Ball, who was due to perform at the festival but sadly passed away recently, performed by his Jazzmen and his son Keith Ball

Burton Agnes Jazz & Blues Festival,
Burton Agnes Hall, East Yorkshire, YO25 4NB
July 5th, 6th and 7th 2013
Fabulous family camping facilities are available during the festival in the Hall’s Park Field on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. The camp-site is set against the backdrop of Burton Agnes Hall with panoramic views of the Yorkshire Wolds and will be open from 3pm on Friday until 12 noon on Monday.
Camping Vouchers, priced at £40, are per tent, caravan or campervan and allow you to camp on all three festival nights if you choose. All campers need to have a WEEKEND festival ticket, which will be checked on entry to the Camp Site. Festival tickets can be purchased in advance http://www.burtonagnes.com/Jazz_Festival/Tickets_and_Prices.html (discounts apply before 1st June), by phoning our estate office weekdays 9am to midday on 01262 490 324, by visiting Burton Agnes Hall and its courtyard shops and they will also be available on the day.
Although camping is limited, there is plenty of space and your camping experience should be a happy and relaxing one whilst at Burton Agnes.
With panoramic views of the countryside and Hall and its gardens, with good toilets, free hot showers provided at no extra charge, clearly marked drinking water points, café and shops (in the Hall’s courtyard), we do advise buying vouchers in advance to ensure a pitch.
You are welcome to bring your own food and drink (including alcohol) into the camping areas too and dogs are also permitted in the campsite and the grounds, although they must be kept on a lead.
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