With the first acts for Sunday announced as The Wayne Martin Band, Merry Hell, and BC/DC.
The festival caters for 2000 people and the organisers call it a family friendly event. There will be food and drink available on site (which caters for vegetarians too), as well as flushing toilets, licensed bars, stalls, craft and merchandise tents, woodcarving, newsagent/tobacconist on site for supplies, and quiet family area.
As well as the main stage, expect an acoustic stage, a cinema, variety/comedy tent, a silent disco, green workshops and discussions on green issues are running through out the weekend, and there is a Sunday farmers market. There's also fancy dress, and alternative therapies to explore in the Healing area.
There is a dedicated area for children with circus workshops, with story tellers and craft and art work shops, circus skills and puppet shows, fancy dress competition for the little ones. Zorbs and fair ground rides. All children's entertainment is free.
Farmer Phil's also promotes sustainability and tries to raise awareness of green life style choices.
Early bird tickets are priced at £50 for a weekend ticket including free camping. Children aged under 12 are free.
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