Located in the Somerset countryside Farmfestival started in 2006, it has quickly expanded to become an important venue for bands, artists and festival goers and takes place on Friday 31st July and Saturday 1st August 2015.
The celebrate the 10th edition, this year's fancy dress theme over 2 days is ‘Flashback fever’.
Lamb Submotion Orchestra, Sherwood & Pinch, Portico, LoneLady, Stealing Sheep, All We Are, Zun Zun Egui, The Lovely Eggs, The Gene Dudley Group, Moulettes, The Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band, Goan Dogs, Duologue, Sheelanagig, Toyface, Rozi Plain, C Duncan, Febueder, Amber Leaves, Baila la Cumbia, Bite the Buffalo, B.O.M.B.S., No Go! Stop, Baraka, The Flamenco Thief, Komodo, Bird Noire, Nakisha Esnard, Swimming Girls, Oliver Seymour Marsh, Far North District, My Social Orbit, Finches Fly, The Hartletts, Wasuremono, The Floral Wham Trams, and ARDYN.
Joining Nightmares on Wax on decks, are J.D Twitch (Optimo), Phaelah, Appleblim B2B October, Bradley Zero (Rhythm Section), Dom Servini (Wah Wah 45s), Ruf Dug, Outboxx, Futureboogie DJs, Shapes Bristol, Just Jack Showcase (Tom Rio, Dan Wild, Robin Sure, Jethro Binns), Banoffee Pies Label Showcase, Facta, Ela 303, Coexist, Studio 94, Soulworks, Loose Lips Ft Medalion Man, Side A / Cojak / Tim Day, Apiento (Testpressing.org), NY*AK, The Boogie Cartel, Pardon My French, âÂÂdmin B2B Harri Pepper, Franklin (Freerange Records), The Civilisation of the Rough, Crucial & Fresh, Flaxman, DJ Louie Louie, Chris Menist & Maft Sai (Original Paradise Bangkok DJs), James ‘James Bell’ Bell, Beechfields, Farmfest Deejays, Vintage Mobile Disco, and special guests.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £75, a child (aged 12 to 17 years) weekend early bird ticket is priced at £58, under 12 can attend for free, and a campervan pass is priced at £30 - sold out. Under 17s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian of 18 years and over. Prices do not include booking fees.
A family saver ticket for 2 adults with 2 x 12-17 year olds priced at £229.
Farmfestival is held on an Organic farm near Bruton, Somerset. The event is a non profit making festival that raises money for good causes.
Farmfestival is not corporate in any way, and promotes and showcases local, regional and national bands on two stages, the main stage and the tent stage. Music includes, rock, pop, indie, ska, reggae, dub, blues and folk.
To celebrate it's birthday there's a new comedy, spoken word and talks tent headed up by Eddie Argos (Art Brut), alternative comedy curated by Bristol Punchline, featuring Wil Hodgson, and Phil Jerrod. Writing poetry with local poet Paul Tobin, a pop-up cinema, yoga and sound bath sessions with Will Wheeler and Otto Haddad.
On Saturday afternoon there will be plenty of party games including giant present wrapping, pro musical statues, face painting challenges, music bingo and ballon hat making with Lucy Lost-it.
Plunge Theatre return with a weird and wonderful birthday party – set in the sugary-sweet world of Plunge's quaint little tea room, there'll be games, song, dance and CAKE like you've never seen before.
The famous kids tent, renamed 'Blue Skies, Beetroot and Birthdays' will as ever be bursting at the seams with arts and crafts activities for toddlers to tweenies; make farm animal friend puppets in 'make and take' sessions, create musical instruments from recyclable materials and join in the Singaling workshops, practice your circus skills on The Green or have a dance to Robyn Howe's whistle stop tour of West End Shows. Peas in a Pod deliver yoga based storytelling as well as hot chocolate and bedtime stories, Global Foolishness will be back with a family pirate show and it'll all be topped off with the Duhig Family Disco, Farmfest's resident children’s DJ!
Oh, and don't forget to wear a hat, it's compulsory (and the best hats gets free tickets to next year's festival!).
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