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Tickets to CarFest North (which takes place between 29th-31st July 2016) will be available to buy in a local resident pre-sale on a first come first served basis (and limited to 6 tickets only) from midday on Thursday 29th October to midnight on Monday 2nd November, for residents that have a CH3 9 post code who have pre-registered.

Ticket information should have been sent to you with the ticket link so that you can choose which tickets you would like to purchase but please note that some ticket types will sell out quicker than others so don't delay if there is a particular ticket type that you want; do please remember there is a limit on all tickets for the pre-sale and tickets are sold on the basis that they are for personal use only, not for re-sale.

If you have any questions please contact via info@carfest.org.

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