Glastonwick 2017 is the 22nd year of the annual beer, music, poetry and more beer festival offering entertainment, and compered by Attila the Stockbroker.
Held at Church Farm, Coombes, West Sussex from Friday 2nd until Sunday 4th June 2017, Glastonwick promises a weekend of enormous quantities of delicious real ale (including many new brews as usual), farmhouse cider, perry, and top quality entertainment.
The announced acts are:
Friday: John Otway And The Big Band, Mik Artistik's Ego Trip, Grace Petrie, Verbal Warning, Thee Orphans
Saturday: The Meow Meows, The Roughneck Riot, Phat Bollard, Tracey Curtis, Contingent, Graham Fellows (Aka Jilted John, Aka John Shuttleworth), Muddy Summers And The Dirty Field Whores, Francesca Martinez, Blyth Power, Laura Taylor, Bleeding Hearts
Sunday: Louise Distras And Band, Martin Newell And The Hosepipe Band, Mark Thomas, Lesley Woods (Au Pairs), Skewwhiff, Pog
Weekend tickets will cost £60 with camping or £50 without camping. Day tickets are priced at £15 for Friday, £25 for Saturday and £10 for Sunday, with camping an extra £5 per night.
The festival offers overnight camping on the Friday and Saturday nights, ample car parking space and tractor rides/some entertainment for the kids, as well as the customary plethora of fine independently brewed beer and music.
There is camping offered on site for £5 per night (Friday and Saturday), but you MUST book in advance if you wish to camp on site.
The festival is open from 6pm to midnight on the Friday, 12 noon to midnight on the Saturday, and 12 noon to 6pm on Sunday. Caravans and camper vans are welcome - one camping ticket per person required. All campers (and everyone else) MUST be off site by 7pm Sunday.
Frequent trains run to Shoreham from Brighton, Worthing (both only 10 minutes away by train) and other stations along the West Coastway Line. From there, jump on our special shuttle bus linking the festival with Shoreham High Street and Railway Station (plus one return journey from Brighton).
Have we mentioned the beer? There will be about 85 cask-conditioned ales, all from small independent breweries - mostly unusual but with a few 'old favourites'. About 10 farmhouse ciders and perries, and plenty of food including vegetarian options.
There will be more information here when available.
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