||Who says you get nothing for free?
Music fans heading with their tents to the Headstock Festival in Nottinghamshire can now camp for free, organisers have announced this week.
Next weekend’s fest has taken on the complimentary addition as a result of closures on the 10th and 11th of September on the Robin Hood train Line.
Causing disruption for those who would intend to catch a train from Nottingham to Newstead so they could attend the festivities at Newstead and Annesley Country Park will be left having to make do with rail replacement buses.
Organisers have said they will refund those who have already paid for a ticket and extra free entertainment is being provided on the Friday evening (September 9th) for anyone arriving early.
In addition, the site can be reached easily by car being just three miles from Junction 27 of the M1.
This year's event will include appearances from Echo and the Bunnymen, The Lighting Seeds, CW Stoneking and Craig Charles.