An intimate family run festival of performing arts, which takes place every summer, and brings together rock, indie, ska, world, folk, hip hop, drum n bass, dubstep, breaks and house, psytrance, cabaret, comedy, theatrics indoor and out, film and kids entertainment to an intimate farm deep in the rolling hills of Herefordshire.
The 19th Nozstock Festival takes place at a farm near Bromyard, Herefordshire from Friday 21st until Sunday 23rd July 2017.
Acts confirmed so far include Seasick Steve, Happy Mondays, General Levy, Ocean Wisdom, Mungos Hi Fi, Beans on Toast, Skitz And Rodney P, The Correspondents, and many more, with many more to be announced.
For all the details so far please see the line-up page.
Adult tickets are currently priced at £115 for Friday-Sunday, or £125 for Thursday-Sunday.
Teen tickets are currently priced at £85 for Friday-Sunday, or £95 for Thursday-Sunday.
Children aged 12 years and under are free, but need a ticket.
A car parking pass is priced at £10
Campervan pass is priced at £35.
Nozstock is a playground for everyone, from seasoned festival goers to newbies setting out for their very first time. Inspirational and intimate, this eclectic haven offers a broad spectrum of live music, DJs, arts, comedy, workshops, cinema and performance in a sublime setting, flowing from family-friendly adventure by day to a big party by night, set across various locations at this delightful, topsy-turvy farm.
Fancy dress theme
Festival goers are encouraged to dress up. This year's theme the theme is announced as ‘Keepin’ it Surreal’.
The line-up for the comedy venue, the Laughing Stock, has not yet been announced
The Wrong Directions Cinetent programme of informative documentaries, cinema classics, and quality shorts TBA.
Gates open at 10am from Friday. Shuttle services will be on offer from local town Bromyard and to and from Hereford and Worcester before and after the festival.
Here is a short eFestivals film about 2011's Nozstock festival.
There will be more information here when available.
latest on this festival
Nozstock 2018 review