Now in its third year BridgeBash is a music and beer festival set in the heart of the Teme Valley in rural Worcestershire and takes place from Friday 30th July until Sunday 1st August 2010.
FridayMain Stage: Gaunty, Aaron Booton & the Bootonics, The Arcadian Kicks, Fred Zeppelin, and Blind Lemon.
Open Mic Tent: Open Mic from 7pm - 11pm, late night DJs: Glenn Parry, and Jan Blazak, more TBA.
SaturdayMain Stage: BOOM (Best of Open Mic), Drum Love, Makale, BOOM Open Mic Final, This Wicked Tongue, The Kitchen, Athlete, and The Festivals Experience.
Open Mic Tent: Open Mic from 5pm - 11pm, late night DJs: Gaunty, and Trixty, more TBA.
SundayMain Stage: Jam Session, Makale, and Will Killeen.
Open Mic Tent: Open Mic from midday to 5pm,.
TicketsEarly bird weekend tickets are priced at £35 (full price £45). Friday day tickets are priced at £20, Saturday tickets are priced at £25, and Sunday is FREE. To buy tickets, click here.
CampingCamping is available at BridgeBash, with the campsite located in the hop yard adjacent to the main festival area, and is only a short walk from the car park. There is mains water provided to a stand pipe, and the campsite also has its own toilet blocks.
A quiet camping/family camping area is provided at the far end of the campsite, for those with children or light sleepers! There is a campsite kitchen from which hot food, breakfast and tea and coffee will be served late evening and early morning.
Camping is priced at £10 per tent for the weekend inclusive, whether you intend to stay one, two, or all three nights. After setting camp you will be approached by the camping stewards who will ask for the camping fee and issue you with a paid marker to attach to your tent and receipt.
Campervans are welcome, but will be asked to park in a designated area and will still be liable for the camping charge.
There is a campsite kitchen from which hot food, breakfast and tea and coffee will be served late evening and early morning.
AttractionsAttractions include art & music showcase, beer & cider festival, family fun & games, camping, demonstrations, kids workshops, family orientated fun day on Saturday afternoon with various shows and demonstrations from timber sports to taekwondo and drum workshops to circus skills. Sunday afternoon sees the staging of the W.A.S. Dongo TT, a 4 hour endurance lawnmower race and highlight of the West Midlands Lawnmower Racing Association season.
CharityThe aim of the event is to raise money for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.
More information will be here when available.
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