The annual Staffs Fest has rock, blues, reggae & soul takes place at Lower Drayton Farm, just off J13 of the M6 in Staffordshire from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th May 2018.
The line-up includes Gabbidon, The Rock Dogs, Slyder, and many more.
On the Sunday (27th May) between 4pm and 11pm will be 'The Story of Reggae', produced by Basil Gabbidon, telling the story of the development of reggae and highlighting how the genre has influenced music today. It will feature African drumming, mento, negro spiritual, gospel, blues, boogie, calipso, ska, & reggae.
Sunday will also include a Soul All Dayer from 1pm until 11pm in a dedicated marquee, and with DJs: Mick Moylan, Mick Oakden, Mark Morris, Gary Lees, Hitsville Chalky, Bill Ward, Brian Nield, Si Robinson.
For all of the line-up details please see the line-up page.
A weekend ticket with camping included is priced at £40.
Friday only: £10.
Saturday only: £20
Sunday only: £20
Saturday/Sunday evening only: £10
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.The campsite has on site toilets and wash rooms, small shower facilities, easy access to Stafford and Penkridge for amenities, and designated dog walking area. For health and safety reasons no open fires are allowed on the campsite.
Ticket holders own alcohol is permitted in the campsite but cannot be taken into the arena. The bar in the arena is well stocked will all major brands and caters for all tastes.
Lower Drayton Farm is an active and working unit so heavy machinery maybe coming down the tracks, also because the festival is situated in a field you may find some of the areas of the ground uneven.
A cash point will be available onsite. Parking at The Stafford Blues Festival is totally free.
The 76 or the 76A service run by Arriva bus from Stafford to Wolverhampton passes the festival site. Lower Drayton Farm has its very own bus stop at the top of the lane so just ask your driver to drop you off there. Once you are at the top of the lane its just a short walk down towards the festival site. Please take care as its a single track road so lookout for vehicles.
Both Stafford and Penkridge have train stations which you can then catch the connecting 76 bus service or a taxi to get to the festival site.
Disabled visitors are welcome with access to a disabled parking bay which is located inside the main arena. The organiser's try to make the area as easy to access but do take into account the main arena is situated on a grass field.
There'll be more information here when available.
latest on this festival
festival home page
line-ups & rumours