Festival Guide: Standon Calling – Day tickets released at a steal of a price!

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Day splits also announced for Hertfordshire three-day fun-filled festival
 
 Public Enemy / Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls / Maximo Park / Clean Bandit / Peace
Grandmaster Flash /  Ella Eyre / Gilles Peterson / Felix Da Housecat / King Charles / TOY Charli XCX / Greg Wilson / The Heavy / Norman Jay / NZ Shapeshifter / DJ Yoda  

Leisure Society / East India Youth / Ibibio Sound Machine / The Cuban Brothers  

Easy Star All Stars / Young Fathers / Say Lou Lou /  The Other Tribe /Asadinho

Fat White Family / Eliza & The Bear /  Saint Raymond / Thumpers / Amber Run / Revere

Beans On Toast / Hackney Colliery Band / The Wave Pictures /  The Bohicas/ Flyte   

DJ Format / Heavy Hz Imperial Leisure  /  N-A-I-V-E-S  / Maddox / Mayans

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Standon Calling is now offering day tickets to the festival in Hertfordshire at just £50 for Friday 1st or Sunday 3rd and £60 for Saturday 2nd August.  A whole host of acts as diverse as headliners Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls, Public Enemy, Maximo and more including Peace, Ella Eyre and Clean Bandit make these tickets the steal of the season. To purchase tickets simply visit www.standon -calling.com


In addition to offering day tickets, Standon Calling has teamed up with minicabit to offer special festival rates which make the most of the the festival’s location on London’s door step. Using minicabit’s website or iPhone app ticket holders can book a great cab deal helping them save time, effort and money on getting door-to-door. For example eight people can travel from London to Standon for under £11 per person each way. Alternatively they can travel in style in a plush executive four-seater car for just £19.50 per person each way. To receive the best deal possible minicabit advises these journeys are booked in advance via this link.
 

PRESS

The Guardian – 
“Fun, uncrowded festival that’s a breath of fresh air after other sometimes stifling events of the summer”

The Times
 – “A solid mid-sized festival with a reputation for ease and friendliness”

The Observer
 – “A delightful boutique festival with an ear for talent” 

Metro
 – “Outlandish fancy dress to suit mega themes, family-orientated fun which never hampers adult playtime and a compulsion for finding music’s freshest faces.”

TimeOut
 – “Terrific little festival with more charm than you can imagine”

Clash
 – “Standon [Calling] does mystique and surprise very well… It all adds up to the sort of festival where you like part of the family”
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