The Audio Farm returns after a fallow year to a new location at Hopton Court, in Kidderminster, from Thursday 30th August to Monday 3rd September.
The announced acts include:- Age Of Glass, Ask My Bull, Barry Gammon And The Midday Incident, Beatniks, Beaumont Brothers, Consciousness Collective, Dan Bentley, Dharma Blitz, Drum Machine, Extra Love, Galivantes, Gypsy Hill, Hedge Gods, Hourglvss, Liam Mcgenity, Lucid/someperson, Mad Hallelujah Tribe, Mamma Moonshine, Marc Constantine, Mobius Loop, Psyagata, River Roots, Rory Charles, Saif Nasr, Salutation Dub, and many more.
For a full list of announced acts including some stage splits please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £125 for adults, or £35 for ages 15-17. Those 14 and under can attend free.
Day tickets are available for £50.
Audio Farm is a non-profit event, owned by and to the benefit of registered charity the Green Paw Project, which aims to raise £30,000 to build an animal wildlife sanctuary in Malawi to help rescue and rehabilitate wildlife such as leopards, antelopes and aid in the fight against poaching animals through frontline work in the National Parks. With funds raised from previous Audio Farm events and festivals, Green Paw Project ‘Mission Malawi’ starts in October 2018 with a free veterinary clinic and rabies campaign for locals of Malawi, and is being project managed by the Audio Farm/One Tribe Festival team who are the founders of the charity.
As well as music, the festival also has craft workshops, a healing space, a children's area, speaker's keep, farmer's market, & more.
In the true spirit of grass-roots Festivalism, the latest annual gathering of the Audio Farm promises to be bursting with more creativity and innovative music. From the weird and wonderful curios and cabaret acts to the alluring and peaceful surroundings of the healing gardens, it’s a weekend of all out hedonism, or time to unwind and expand our consciousness.
More information will be here when available.
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