Now in it's 7th year Staxtonbury is a family friendly music festival held at Manor Farm A64 Staxton between Friday 3rd and Sunday 5th July 2015 with local bands, local beers and local foods on show.
Friday Tyler J Smith, Pandamonium, Chu Ma Shu, Becky and The Techs, Blue Alibi, Aftermath, Friday Street, and Qwikshift.
Saturday Travellin Band, Audio Subscene, Red Star, Chris Berry, Bogus Beatles, Kast off Kinks, Big J and the Piccolo Chickens, The Sherlocks, Huge, Soul Rida, Alan Lewis, Shamrockers, and Snatch.
Sunday Unit 8, Strangers in Paradise, Entertainment Co, Consequences, and Dead White Doves.
Friday: First Principal, Fuzz Junkies, Bongomania, Wood Wars, Boolas, Terri-Ann Prendergast , Sub-Gents, Travellin Band.
Saturday: Stray Scene, Starfish, Trilogy, Lauren Major, Rat Pack, Amy Cutler, Unit 3, ABBA, Kast off Kinks, Bogas Beatles, Ghost Tours, TFI, Another Manhattan.
Sunday: North of the Wall, Behind Closed Doors.
Friday: Two Tones, Sleeping Secrets, Rachel Lewis, Sophie Norris/Jordan, Jim Taylor, Dog Finger Steve, Jimbo, Graham Hodge.
Saturday: Becky Arundel, Stef Little, Foggy and the Rattlin Shieks, Leanne Burton, Chris Berry, Terri-Ann Prendergast, Alan Lewis, Ashleigh McPherson, Tom Davenport, Two Men and a Beard, Rachel Skelton, Ukelele Seaside Strummers.
Sunday: Joe Watson, Fran Wyburn, Laura Kinderman, Two Men and a Beard.
Friday: Captain Shipshape (Pirate Show), Kids Disco, Jammin' Session.
Saturday: Ukelele Workshop, Jammin' Session, Magic Mike (x2), Musical Storytime (Kathy Seabrook), Kids Disco, Captain Shipshape.
Sunday: Jammin' Session, Magic Mike, Musical Storytime, Captain Shipshape.
A weekend ticket (with weekend camping) is priced at £48, teenagers (aged 10-17 years) are priced at £24, with children aged under 10 years are £12. Day tickets are priced at £20 for Friday, £30 for Saturday, and £8 for Sunday, under 18's half price, under 10's are £4 per day and under 3's are free (no need for a ticket this year).
The organizers are very keen to support charities and 20 percent of Sundays ticket sales will be donated locally, as well as giving hundreds of free tickets to charity organisations in the build up to the festival.
There's lots of things for kids free including the arts and crafts workshop, childrens entertainer, zumba, tennis coaching and competitions. At a small cost there are age ranging bouncy castles, slides and rides, a climbing wall and waterballs along with the clay modelling, hair braiding, crazy golf, a carousel, henna tattoos and face painting.
Dogs are allowed as long as they are well behaved and are monitored closely by their owners.
More information will be here when available.
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