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 20th Nozstock Festival takes place at a farm near Bromyard, Herefordshire from Friday 20th until Sunday 22nd July 2018.
Confirmed acts include Goldfrapp, Chase & Status (DJ set) & Rage, The Selecter, Grandmaster Flash, Dub Pistols, Macka B, Electric Swing Circus, Kiko Bun, Chali 2na & Krafty Kuts, The Lovely Eggs, Oh My God! It's The Church, Mr Tea and The Minions, DJ Marky & MC GQ, Black Sun Empire, S.P.Y, and many more, with more to be announced.
For the details including stage and day information as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets operate on a tiered system and are on sale, currently priced as follows:-
Adult tickets are currently priced at £125 for Friday-Sunday, or £135 for Thursday-Sunday.
Teen (13-16) are priced at £95 for Friday-Sunday or £105 for Thursday-Sunday.
Children aged 12 years and under are free, but need a ticket.
A car pass is £12, and a campervan pass is £38
Fancy dress theme
Festival goers are encouraged to dress up. The theme for the 20th anniversary is Nozstalgia - anything from Gameboys and Ghostbusters to the Karate Kid and flared jeans.
Along with the music there's comedy, theatrics, film & craft from: Phil Kay, Jayde Adams, Joe Davies, The Sunken Yard, Hummadruz, Puppetual Motion, Andrew Szydlo, Impermanence Theatre, Roisin Crowley Linton, MASH Cinema ft. Eclectic Method - Retrospective, A Creak In Time - Steven McInerney, Under 7s Drive In Cinema, Board of Canada - Community Selection, #Soundtracks - Tristan C. Anderson, Little Wonderland Kids Area, Golden Lotus, Mushroom Paul, Sams Garden, Matt Hatters, Bryce Rendell.
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.
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.
There will be more information here when available.
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