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Acoustica Festival 2013

Thu 01 Jan 1970 - Thu 01 Jan 1970



£15 weekend | £10 per day


Doors 6pm

Acoustica Festival 2013



Friday tickets (£10)               book-now-plain____________________________________
Saturday tickets (£10)          book-now-plain____________________________________
Weekend tickets (£15)          book-now-plain

2 For 1 Tickets For Acoustica Festival 2013

Good news everyone!  We’ve just found out that we have some extra last-minute funding for this year’s Acoustica Festival. What’s more, we’ve come to the conclusion that this is a great opportunity to give something back to you.

Acoustica Festival gives you great music, fantastic venues and a special atmosphere but now we also want you to have 2 tickets for the price of 1, so you can share all this with a friend. To claim your free tickets just book your tickets as normal and the price of each second ticket bought will be deducted from your basket.

2 for 1 tickets will be available on the door as well.

If you’ve already bought a ticket, you can still take advantage this offer. Simply contact our box office and we can organise a free ticket for you to pick up… enjoy!

The Festival

Exeter’s festival of alt-folk and Americana returns this year with music across ten stages and over 50 acts.

Tickets must be exchanged for wristbands at Exeter Phoenix, and provide entry for Acoustica events in several participating venues across the city, as well as the main venue, Exeter Phoenix.

Line-up includes:


Paper Aeroplanes, Saturday Sun, Haight Ashbury, Bert Miller & The Animal Folk, Carnivala!, Owl In The Sun, Sunday Skyclub, Laura Loft, Jazz Morley, Aidan Simpson, Rev Hammer, Forever Young, Cut Purse Rascals, Mozura, This Calamity, Alex Gregory, Kimwei, Tom Elliot, Lazibyrd, Sound of the Sirens, Jiggerypipery…


Zervas & Pepper, Alice Jemima, Matthew & Me, Annie Rew Shaw, Woodford Green, David Harbottle & The Friendly Cats, Mae Karthauser, Sculpture Music, Moor Reason, The Zazou Cowboys, Ollie Bowern, Daniel Adam, Ben Jordan, Mudskippers, Duncan Stagg, Ryan Hawkings, Sam Piper, Crow Puppets, Freedom Guilt Expression, United Vibrations, Six Days, Rob Rivieres, Ben Norcombe…

Plus many, many more to be announced…

Most events are at Exeter Phoenix, but with The Bikeshed Theatre, The Old Firehouse, The Oddfellows and Barnfield Theatre involved, this will be a city-wide celebration of music.


Click here to see a set list, including stages and timings >>


Exeter Phoenix gratefully acknowledges the support of PRS for Music Foundation




Check out our Acoustica playlist below…




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