Kozfest takes place for three days from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th July at Bobbie Watts (Wattsfest) farm in Devon near Uffculme. This festival is not affiliated with Wattsfest.
Latest additions to line-up are Krankschaft, Al Stokes, Deviant Amps, P.F.R.P., Astral Voyagers From A Distant Plain, GLOBAL, The Azimuth Coordinator, Green Planet, Magic Bus, Peyote Guru and Kev & Gregg (tribute to Judge Trev).
Sunday night will be a Judge Trev memorial night featuring bands and people he played with. Dubbal, Paradise 9 and Inner City Unit. Additional DJs are: Chris Cambridge (Peyote Guru), Kev Ellis (Dubbal/Kev & Gregg), Paul Knighton (P.F.R.P.) and Garry Lee (Starship Overflow).
Zetan Spore, House Of Thandoy, Mugstar, Sentient, Inner City Unit and Astralasia, The Cult Of Dom Keller, RDF, Olympic Clamp Down, Crucified Twins, The Gliss Orchestra, SilverSpace, Magic Bus, Shankara, Doozer, The Magick Twins, The Archetypes, Paradise 9, Krankshaft, Aurora, Dubble, Bob Hedger (aka Bob Jah Buddha) The Cream People, Red Elektra 69, The Johnnie Squizzercrow Experiment, Mikrocosmik, The Timelords, Crucified Twins, One Eyed God, Electric Dub Guru, Underground Astronomy, Boss Dandy, K.E.S., The Dark Space Project, Kashmir Black and Ron Tree Inc... and of course Kozmik Ken.
Kozfest has sold out but due to returns, band and site changes there will be a handful available again from midnight this summer solstice.
Tickets are priced at £60 (plus handling fees). Those aged under 16 can attend for £25 if accompanied by adult. Under 5's Free but MUST be registered for a child ticket. There will be no tickets available on the gate.
An old skool style festival it will be an intimate affair, with limited tickets for sale. A three day festival with two stages, bar, food, chillout, stalls, entertainment, great people, fantastic music, FREE camping, communal bonfire on Saturday night, and, in the middle of summer in Devon.
The festival will also offer FREE camping, stalls, toilets, hot food and real ales and cider and a huge community bonfire on the Saturday night.
This year’s Kozfest will be dedicated to musician Will Greenwood, following his sudden death in February, in memory of Will the Top Field at Kozfest will now be named The Will Greenwood field. They will also have a sacred area for quiet reflection. On Sunday they will remember Wally Hope plus Will Greenwood, Ben Jam and Steve Higgins and others taken from us too soon.
New site additions include Wallly's Dome with Jackie Juno Stand-up Poetry show happening on Friday morning. Saturday morning will feature Al Stokes with tales from Stonehenge festivals. Friday and Saturday nights will be showing some rare Stonehenge footage with Dean Phillip.
More information will be here when available.
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