Valley Fest takes place from Friday 4th to Sunday 6th August 2017, at an organic farm in the heart of the Chew Valley, near Bristol in Somerset.
Acts announced so far are: This is the Kit, Manu Delago & Pete Josef, Lau, Afriquoi, The Breath, The Destroyers, Smerins Anti-Social Club, Eva Lazarus, Jose Gonzalez, DJ Yoda, Tankus The Henge, Elder Island, William the Conqueror, The Eskies, Bunty, The Langan Band, No Go Stop, Fitty Gomash (Barn dance), Camo Clave, The Phoenix Rose, Fantasy Orchestra, Goan Dogs, Ichi, Feelgood Experiment, Boudica Boogaloo, Fat Suit, Afon Sistema, Rachael Dadd, Ezra Collective, Bayou Seco, Junior Jungle (Kids Rave).
(Prices includes tent camping)
Adult (16+) weekend ticket: £110
Teen 13-17: £40
Kids 6-12: £20
5 & under: free, but need a ticket!
No-camping tickets, and day tickets also available.
A payment plan for adult weekend tickets is available.
This is a festival that celebrates everything home grown and natural with no commercial nonsense on the stage or on your plate.
Just ten miles from the city of Bristol, the UK’s all-organic festival will feature live performances, a cinema field, top-notch locally-sourced food, festival feasts, street art, cookery demonstrations, farm tours and kids workshops to boot.
As well as a dedicated campsite, complete with its own local ‘post office’ for tents and campervans, there’s also the opportunity to sleep under the stars in luxury with boutique bell tents and free admission for the little ones under 6 years old. Expect good music, good vibes and a tractor ride or two.
Festival Farmer Luke Hasell shares the excitement, "It’s always exciting to get people onto the land for a weekend of dancing in tipis and spending quality time with friends and family. Valley Fest is all about sharing what my parents left behind, celebrating everything home grown with no commercial nonsense and it’s great to be able to celebrate this with the public and a strong line-up as the final farewell to summer."
The festival raises money for Children’s Hospice South West, Above & Beyond, Send a Cow and The Good Will Cause. All local charities selected by the festival organisers in memory of Luke's parents who owned the farmed the land where the festival is held.
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