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 29th and Saturday 30th July 2016.
Young Fathers, Gogo Penguin, Hot 8 Brass Band, My Baby, Shilpa Ray, Plastic Mermaids, Rachael Dadd, Pete Josef, Holy Two (France), Haiku Salut, Afriquoi (DJ Set), Matuki, Desert Sound Colony, Rhain, Tamu Massif, Antimatador, The Flamenco Thief, ThisisDA, Titus Monk, Passion Bel Canon, Gilles Peterson, Lone, Kowton, Bentley Rhythm Ace, Lefto, Jon K, and Franklin.
Plus Late Night Tales DJs, Unwanted Family, Franklin (Freerange Records), Shapes stage hosts (headliners TBA), Crucial & Fresh takeover (headliners TBA), The Civilisation of the Rough takeover, The High Grade Rockers Dub Soundsystem, Vintage Mobile Disco ‘Soul Express’ stage, The Ransomnote takeover, Fleetmac Wood, Milk Poetry Bristol and The Ransom Note Working Men's Club, and more to be announced.
Latest additions Kayla Painter, Isolde, Wasuremono, AutumnMusic, Fenne Lily, Shapes, Vintage Mobile Disco, High Grade Rocker, Stevie Parker, Ardyn, Yama Warashi, and comedians Fern Brady, Spencer Jones, Athena Kugblenu, Gavin Osborn, Phil Cooper, Alice Taylor-Matthews, Luke Sargeant, and Jo Duncan.
An adult weekend ticket is priced at £85, and a teen (aged 12 to 17 years) is priced at £57, children under 12 can attend free. A campervan pass is priced at £35.
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.
Workshops and wellbeing are also available featuring Samba dance and samba drumming with Jamma de Samba, Hat making with Abi Kennedy Costumier, Grafitti with Graft, Yoga, massage and Animal theatre with Paradise Aviary.
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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