Every summer for the past 50 years, this tiny hamlet comes alive to the sound of live music. Held in colourful marquees on a greenfield site at Brunt's Farm, Chesterfield ( 2 miles from J29 of the M1). The event offers views across the valley to the National Trust's Hardwick Hall.
Run by unpaid volunteers as a not-for-profit charity, all the money goes back into the music and nowhere else. The dates are confirmed as from Friday 19th until Sunday 21st July 2019.
No acts have been announced yet.
Tickets for 2019 are not yet on sale.
In 2018 tickets were priced at £70 for adults. Youth tickets for 12-17 year olds were priced at £35. Under 12s can attend for free. Tickets were also available for individual sessions (afternoon/evening) of each day, priced between £25-30 for adults and at £20 for youths.
Other attractions include children's entertainers, music workshops, Healing Circle, craft stalls, Singers' competition, singaround, storytelling, theatre, poetry, real ales, and wicker structures.
There is free camping and car parking for all weekend tickets holders. No caravans are allowed but there are nearby caravan parks. All campers MUST be off site by 10am on Monday morning. The festival opens on Friday and closes on Sunday night.
More information will be here when available.
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