Their campsite will facilitate up to 300 people and it has flushing toilets!
The Indiependence Festival running from July 31-August 3 has announced the details of its privately run camp site in Mitchelstown, Co. Cork.
The camp site, TO Park, is privately run and will accommodate 300 festival goers over the August bank holiday weekend.
The site has proper flushing toilets, breakfasts in the mornings and a free shuttle bus daily and at night to and from the festival site located just 4 miles away.
The cost of weekend camping at TO park is €20 per person with your festival ticket.
To book your camping place at TO park, just contact Ballyhoura Development on 063 91300 or e-mail your details to firstname.lastname@example.org .
All you need is the number on the back of your festival ticket and your credit card or laser details!
The site will open at 6pm on Friday July 31st and close at 6pm on Monday August 3rd
If you want something a little more luxurious than a tent, then Charleville Park Hotel are offering a special Indiependence package.
For just €90 per person sharing, you will get two nights Bed & Breakfast with access to the leisure centre and spa facilities. The hotel will also be providing a free bus service daily to and from the festival. The hotel is 30 minutes from the concert site.
Contact Charleville Park Hotel on 063 81600 for details or log onto www.charlevilleparkhotel.com . Please quote your festival ticket number when booking.
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