We are pleased to announce that tickets for the 2021 Spurn Migration Festival are now on sale! This years festival takes place on 10th – 12th September. To keep up to date on all the latest Migfest news, visit the Migfest website: www.spurnmigfest.com.
To purchase your tickets, please visit the Spurn Shop - this will take you to the page giving details of the ticket types available and the options to purchase.
We have moved venues for 2021 - from Westmere Farm into North Field (the large field between Beacon Lane and Church Field). See Google Map link here. We’ll have the Migfest reception, stalls, and food based in a large marquee with camping, toilets and parking all in the same field. Talks will be held in the new clubhouse at Sandy Beaches Caravan site.
Our regulars will notice some slight changes to tickets below, as we have removed the Saturday night lecture and Hog Roast tickets. This is because we will be running a slightly different format for the talks in 2021. There will still be a ‘headline speaker’, but we won’t be selling tickets for this separately, we will provide final details nearer the time. Food will still be provided on site, but we won’t be pre-selling tickets for this in 2021 and will announce food plans once confirmed.
Under 18s are eligible for a free weekend or Saturday/Sunday tickets, if you are U18 please email Sam Culverhouse on [email protected] to arrange. If you are under 16, you will need your parent or guardian to email and arrange the ticket for you. Please note - you will still need to purchase tickets for camping if required.
For those of you who would prefer not to buy your tickets online, you can also purchase tickets in person from Spurn Bird Observatory, at the Spurn Info Hub which is open most weekends 13.00hrs - 17.00hrs until mid-June and again from August onwards. See @spurnbirdobs on Twitter for more info.
All tickets will be posted out to attendees in August.
This year’s festival is going to be extremely popular, so don’t delay – get your tickets today!Back to news
Posted: 29 May 2021
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