Bloodstock Open Air 2015 Announces The Return Of Their Ticket Deposit Scheme

If you're anything like us here at Scribes, when the festival dates for the coming year are announced, Bloodstock is one of the first things we look for and 2015 has been no different. Now our friends at Catton Hall are making it that much easier to afford tickets for this year's Bloodstock Open Air Festival by bringing back their very successful deposit scheme for tickets
 
The deposit scheme will consist of three (mostly) equal payments of £45 to be paid in three instalments - date of sign up, late March and late May. The booking fee of £7 will be taken as part of the first payment, while postal charges will be added onto the final payment. Whilst the end result is the same, paying in instalments of less than £50 will be a highly preferable option for an awful lot of people. The 2nd and 3rd payments will be taken from people's bank accounts so they can't miss a payment - just make sure you remember it will be leaving your account (maybe stick a reminder in your phone for those dates).
 
The line up for 2015's Bloodstock Festival is already shaping up nicely with the likes of Sepultura, Orange Goblin, Cannibal Corpse, Death Angel, Death DTA, Ihsahn and Overkill joining headliners Trivium, Within Temptation and Rob Zombie. There will be many more bands added between now and when Bloodstock 2015 kicks off in early August.
 
To purchase tickets through the deposit scheme, please use this link - Buy Tickets To Bloodstock. If you would like to see some of the action from the 2014 Bloodstock Festival, here's a clip of Saturday night headliners Emperor performing "I Am The Black Wizards" to a enthralled Catton Hall audience. This year you could be one of them!
 
 

Emperor - I Am The Black Wizards - Bloodstock 2014

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