Tuesday, 29 April, 2014 - Modified on Tuesday, 29 April, 2014 at 3:55 pm
High demand from Brewood locals looking to take advantage of a cut-price offer for this year's Brewood Music Festival has forced a temporary shortage in ticket availability.
With the proposed 30th April deadline looming large on the calendar, tickets were in short supply at The Mess restaurant as of Monday afternoon.
As a result Festival organisers have moved to extend the deadline to Saturday 3rd May. Tickets priced £20 will be available from The Mess restaurant in the centre of the village at the discounted price until this time. Tickets have been available at the cheaper price of £20 for a period in excess of two months and from Thursday 1st May the price will rise to £25. Tickets are required for entry to the main Festival event, held at St. Dominic's High School for Girls, on Saturday 12th July. The line-up for the concert features chart stars Toploader, Squeeze legend Glenn Tilbrook and rising stars The Laurence Jones Band, By The Rivers and Neomantix.