Staxtonbury is a family friendly music festival held at Manor Farm A64 Staxton. It celebrates its 10th anniversary between Friday 6th and Sunday 8th July 2018 with local bands, local beers and local foods on show.
The acts confirmed so far are:- Boomin, Huge, Soul Rida, Pure Magic, Friday Street, Shamrockers, Blue Alibi, Snatch, aftermath, The Chris Berry Band, Quikshift, Trip Hazard, The Cloughton Rat Pack, The Woolgatherers, Unit 8, The Nobodys, Five Divide, York Turnpike Trust, Starfish, Dark Lightening, Kaya, Polygon, Sub Gents, Travellin Band, Strangers in Paradise, and more.
Acoustic acts include:- Jim Taylor, Phil Hooley, the Heavily Bros, Ashleigh McPherson, Jimbo/Laura Kindelan, Walking on Air, March the Ally, Suzy Bradley, Rat Pack, Chris Berry, Kelly Ann Bolland, Tan McKenzie, Dale Spencer, Alan Lewis, Jesse Hutchinson, and Mark Stanley.
To see all announced acts, including day and stage splits, please view the line-up page.
Tickets are priced at £60 for adults, £30 for teenagers (10-17), and £15 for children under 10. Day tickets are priced at £25 for Friday, £35 for Saturday, and £10 for Sunday, under 18's half price, under 10's are £5 per day.
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.
The festival is also home to the biggest straw bears in the country, hopefully with some new additions and even see the return of the showers (not the rain or a band!).
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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