Deerstock 2014

Friday 25th to Sunday 27th July 2014
new site, Newton, Nottinghamshire, NG13 8HN , England MAP
early bird £40, aged 11-17 £35, under 11 free
daily capacity: 500
last updated: Thu 12th Jun 2014

Deerstock returns taking place from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th July 2014, at a new venue at Newton in Nottinghamshire.

Line-up

Ferocious Dog, Doggen All Star Band,  Rev Hammer, The Bar Steward Sons of Val Doonican, Lauren Faith, Steve McGill, Blackballed, Stuck In 2nd, Leo and the Seraphim, Karl and the Marx Brothers, Brad Dear, Chris Raynor Jackson, This Wicked Tongue, Cadets, Parasite, Jamie Beau, The Bedroom Hour, These Skies, No Hot Ashes, The Swiines, The Shanklins, 94 Gunships, Maelor Hughes, Adam Leeson, The Star Botherers, Def Digby, Luxury Stranger, Lois, Little Giants, local teenager KT Ana, and more across two stages featuring a variety of musical styles, plus this year there's the ‘Stage in the Glade’ for casual buskers and singers.

To see the line-up details and stage splits click here.

Tickets

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The early bird offer has ended. A ticket is priced at £40 for adults, £35 for those aged 11 to 17 years, and children aged under 11 years can attend free with an accompanying adult for the weekend including 3 nights camping.

Charity

Charities to be supported will be Notts & Lincs Air Ambulance, The Lee Bonsall Memorial Fund and Teenage Cancer Trust. The charity based festival has ran for two years raising nearly £10k for charity and is now up and running to fundraise for 2014.

More info

The event offers real ale as well as various food outlets and free camping (with a quiet area for families). The aim of Deerstock is not only to raise money for Charity but a chance for people with young families to enjoy a real festival atmosphere in a safe and very small environment.

More information will be here when available.



Friday 25th to Sunday 27th July 2014
new site, Newton, Nottinghamshire, NG13 8HN , England MAP
early bird £40, aged 11-17 £35, under 11 free
daily capacity: 500
last updated: Thu 12th Jun 2014


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