This popular family-friendly festival takes place in and around the courtyard of a farmhouse and offers folk, roots, dance and fusion on two stages, accompanied by real ales and ciders, acoustic sessions, stalls, and atmospheric surroundings.
Off The Tracks will be held from Friday 4th to Sunday 6th September 2020.
Acts include Ferocious Dog, Dub Pistols, Dhol Foundation, Talisman, Astralasia, Otway & Barrett, and more. There's more to come.
For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale, currently priced at £90 for adults or £45 for youths aged 12 to 16. Those under 12 can attend for free with a paying adult.
Car Parking: £10
Caravan parking: £30
Camping and shower facilities available, as well as hook-ups for campervans.
Note: no dogs allowed (except registered Dogs for the Disabled).
There's also a children's Play Area for the kids, and children also have the opportunity to take part in circus workshops, and the parade.
Healing and workshops
In The Orchard at Off The Tracks offers workshops and therapies such as yoga, tuning in, Tai Chi & Chi Kung, Shiatsu, Metamorphic Technique, meditation, and chanting & voice work.
The organisers are environmentally-conscious in all that they do and committed to enhancing our green credentials and sustainability. As a family-owned business they believe that businesses bring more to communities when they have family values at heart and embrace responsibility for their employees. As both a farm and a venue, they take a unique holistic approach to the growth, preparation and serving of their food and believe in sustaining high standards of quality throughout. Where they are unable to grow what they need themselves they try hard to source it locally and from other family-owned businesses. They are committed to responsible stewardship of the countryside and wildlife that surrounds us and strive to act always with nature in mind.
There will be more information here when available.
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Off the Tracks 2019 Review