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Refund Promises For Boardmasters Goers
11:53am 14th August 2014
(Updated 11:53am 14th August 2014)
Organisers of Bertha-blasted Boardmasters confirm every ticket holder will get a refund.
That is for Sunday ticket holders.
It is after the Watergate Bay festival was called off for safety reasons.
50 mile an hour winds sent tents flying.
A spokesperson said: "Wednesday 13 August: Boardmasters has confirmed all ticket holders will be refunded the face value of their Sunday ticket after the event on Sunday 10 August was cancelled because of extreme winds caused by ex-Hurricane Bertha.
As Boardmasters operates a tiered ticketing system, refunds will be remunerated accordingly to the ticket purchased. The value of refunds is listed on the website.
All card payments made via See Tickets will be refunded automatically within the next 14 days. Cash buyers are to advised to get in touch with See Tickets directly on 01158 960074 from 10am tomorrow, Thursday 14th with their ticket as proof of purchase. Those who purchased from a different ticket agent should contact that agent directly for details of how to arrange their refund. Any Tipi or pre-erected tent ticket holders are to email Boardmasters@seetickets.com
Boardmasters 2014 is already being hailed as the best year to date despite Sunday's cancellation. Those that can't wait to get back to Cornwall for more explosive live music, world-class surfing and thrilling BMX and Skating action can purchase Dawn Patrol early bird tickets for Boardmasters 2015 from the website now, available at the 2014 price of £109 for a full 4-day ticket."
You can find out how to get your money back here.11:53am 14th August 2014
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