Beacon Festival is a family festival to celebrate the summer. Laze away the longest days of summer with music, workshops, stalls, and food & drink. Set on the Beacon site on top of The Chiltern Hills, at Christmas Common, Oxfordshire the festival happens on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th June 2021.
Beacon Festival is staged at Watlington Hill Farm, the site of the infamous Music On The Hill (MOTH) festival, Lindsay Howard-Dean who took over the farm from her parents a few years ago had the idea to re-ignite the flame, and with some gentle persuasion and a bit of arm twisting, put together a team of volunteers.
Expect around 60 acts over 4 stages.
No acts have been announced yet.
Tickets for 2021 are not yet on sale.
For 2020 tickets were priced as follows:-
adult weekend 16 and over: £49.50
aged 14 & 15 weekend: £5 per person
14, 15, 16 & 17 year olds must be accompanied by a responsible adult (whether or not they are camping). An adult can be responsible for up to 2 youths aged 14-17
under-14s weekend FREE (must be accompanied by a responsible adult)
camping adults - £15 per person,
aged 16 & 17 camping £15
aged 14 & 15 camping £5,
under-14s camping free.
camper van - sold out
car parking - £5 (paid on arrival to site)
There is something for all the family, including a designated children’s area and activities, a teen stage, holistic therapies, wellbeing practitioners and of course the fantastic line up of performing acts.
Beacon Festival is a not-for-profit organisation and last year raised over an astounding £10,000 for local charities and organisations. The festival aims to feature and celebrate local artists, food, drink and craft. The festival is eco-conscious, provides a free shuttle bus to and from the festival site from Watlington Town to the farm and offers camping.
More information will be here when available.
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