Boomtown – Local Resident Ticket Update 2021

Dear Local Community and Interested Parties,


We hope you are all keeping well during the incredibly strange and unsettling times we now find ourselves living through. As the world begins to mend and people are starting to look forward to better times, I would like to take the time to update you of our special local community ticket options for Boomtown 2021.


Ticket Prices: Due to the current climate and many people experiencing hard times we feel it is vital to reduce our ticket prices to ensure that as many of our much-loved residents can still come and enjoy the celebrations.


The new prices are:

Adult full weekend ticket £150

Teen full weekend ticket £75


Please use this link to purchase your tickets

Complimentary Sunday Tickets
: I would like to thank all the applicants who applied for our ever increasingly popular complimentary Sunday tickets for the 2020 event. Due to the unexpected circumstances, resulting in this year’s show being cancelled, we have decided to roll all our successful applicants over to our 2021 event. You do not need to do anything. Just sit back and relax, we have taken care of it all our end. The tickets you still hold will be valid. We can’t wait to see you there once again for an almighty party.

If you were not successful in managing to secure a complimentary Sunday ticket do not fret, we have a limited amount of Sunday tickets available to purchase for Local Residents.

Prices  are:

Adult Sunday Ticket £50

Teen Sunday Ticket £35


Refunds and Price adjustments:  For all the local residents who already secured your ticket to the 2020 event, there is no need for you to worry, you can simply roll your ticket over to the next chapter and we will automatically refund you the difference from the new discounted local resident price.


If you would like a full refund for your 2020 ticket, please contact me at


We all at Boomtown HQ genuinely hope you are all keeping well. I think the local community’s spirit and strength have been incredible when things have appeared unbearable at times. Please continue to be kind and show love to others and the world will become a better place.

I am very much looking forward to engaging with you all as soon as it’s safe to do so, but in the meantime, please do pop me over any questions and queries you may have and I will be happy to answer.


Katie Derwent


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