SEASON tickets are close to selling out for the Towersey Festival, which will descend on the village in two week’s time.
Organisers have already outsold what they expected at this stage and could completely sell out in the next week.
Only 200 of the top of range tickets, which allows access to the festival all weekend, are still available from the 3,000 that originally went on sale.
Organiser Joe Heap said: “In terms of season tickets we have got a couple of hundred left so if anybody is thinking of getting one they should get their tickets soon.
“We are ahead of previous years, which is great in the current economic climate, we thought the ways things are at the moment it might be more difficult but that isn’t the case which is good.”
For those not wanting to spend the entire weekend at the festival, there are still plenty of tickets for day events, which will be available on the door.
Joe said: “In terms of the showground we have thousands of people come down on the day and so tickets will be available on the door.
“There are also the event tickets like Billy Bragg and the Little Red Hen for the children which we have lots of tickets left for.”
As with previous years, a special London bus will be transporting people from Thame to the festival, with BBC producer Ken Bruce, who owns the bus, doing some of the trips.