Hardwick Festival kicks off on Friday with a host of big-name headlines set to entertain crowds in County Durham.

Running for three days from Friday to Sunday (August 18-20) the festival promises one of its biggest line-ups to date.

Headliners for the event’s 11th edition include The Kooks, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Scouting for Girls and Mel C.

Read more: Hardwick Festival: Full line-up, on-stage & gate times for big weekend of music

Some concertgoers have had tickets booked for months, but if you’re looking for something to do this weekend and fancy some live music you could be in luck as certain tickets are still available.

Here’s everything you need to know about whether tickets are still available:

Can I purchase tickets on the gate?

Organisers say that should there be any tickets available each day they will be sold at the main box office which accepts cash, credit or debit cards.

How much is a ticket?

Prices vary for different types of ticket.

For a full weekend pass adults can expect to pay £162.75 including a booking fee. For 12-17-year-olds a weekend ticket is £84, while the price is just £36.75 for under 11s.

Tickets are also available for each day of the event and prices again vary depending on the day, and whether you choose a VIP upgrade.

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Are there any camping pitches available?

Camping pitches are still available (as of 12 on August 17) and cost £57.75 for the full weekend.

Some slots are also free for campervans.

Are there any glamping tents available?

All of the glamping tents have sold out for the event.