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Festival offers new ticket scheme
PJ Harvey
PJ Harvey will headline the Camp Bestival three day event

Camp Bestival has introduced a unique ticket payment plan for this year's event.

Fans can buy tickets in three instalments at the spin-off festival from the highly successful Bestival weekender.

A host of new acts have also been added to the bill from 24-26 July at Lulworth Castle in Dorset including Will Young, Tinchy Stryder and newcomers Baddies.

They join headliner PJ Harvey, Mercury Rev, Roots Manuva and Candi Staton.

Other acts added to the bill are Mumford & Sons, Kid Carpet and Phoenix.

The ticketing scheme follows Glastonbury's deposit system which allowed punters to pay an initial 50 before they paid the remaining amount at a later date.

The festival, now in its second year, incorporates arts, crafts, dance and comedy

Last year's event saw performances from Kate Nash, Chuck Berry and The Flaming Lips.

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