Cropredy has sold out

Fairport Convention

Fairport Convention

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TICKETS for this year’s Fairport's Cropredy Convention sold out 10 days before the gates open on August 7.

Festival organisers are now warning fans not to turn up on the day on the off-chance of picking up a ticket.

Director Gareth Williams said all 20,000 tickets had been sold.

The three-day outdoor festival is organised by folk-rockers Fairport Convention and takes place on August 7-9.

Apart from Fairport Convention themselves, acts include Chas and Dave, Marillion, Al Steward and The Waterboys.

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