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Bass And Mid Camping Areas Selling Fast


Bass And Mid Camping Areas Selling Fast

BASS camp has just a handful of tickets left and we thought we best warn you that MID camp is filling up really quickly too!

This year we are pleased to announce we have extended the Mid Camp area for general camping. This is the next best thing if you miss out on Bass Camp.

Mid Camp is the home of premium camping, but we have a section carved out for general campers. In Mid camp you can enjoy easy access to your friends in Bass Camp and Treble Camp, as well as being a stones throw from food vendors and the new Arcadia Afterburner stage area.

Get in quick so you do not miss out! Reserve your space now!

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