Valley Fest

Events

Dates:

Ages:

  • All the family
  • Under 5s
  • School age
  • Adults

Venue:

Outdoor

Cost:

Paid

Description

About Valley Fest from their website:

Valley Fest is a festival on a mission: to make the world more delicious and celebrate life!

We’re passionate about the South-West’s tongue-tingling produce, and believe that sharing delicious food and brilliant live music is the best way to live it up.

To put on the best party ever, we’ve landed top UK headline acts, and brought in some of Bristol’s best-known culinary talents to cook you up a feast. With the likes of Razorlight and Basement Jaxx on the line up, Valley Fest is your chance to see the big names you’d expect at much larger festivals in an intimate setting.

At the heart of our festival ethos is the story of our founder, Luke Hasell. Luke set up Valley Fest in 2014, in memory of his parents who died too young but knew a thing or two about how to enjoy life.

Their love of sharing good times and tasty eats was the inspiration for the friendly, food-loving festival you can experience today.

We look forward to welcoming you to the party. See you by the lake!

"What a fab festival for families! There was enough going on to keep everyone entertained. The fact that it’s relatively small meant our kids had freedom to roam." - Verity Porter

Ticket Info:

We ARE going ahead!

Our feasts are now on sale, please note you need to buy a festival ticket to join these.

We are now opening earlier than usual (from 12pm pm Thursday 29th July rather than Friday 30th). so you can buy an additional Thursday ticket and make the most of your festival weekend. Prices are:
Adult: £20
Teens: £15
Kids: £10
 You will need to buy a weekend ticket for these Thursday tickets to be valid.

Please note we are not selling day tickets for Friday, Saturday or Sunday.

Prices below don’t include booking fee (bf).

If you’re driving, you will need a car parking pass – so add that to your basket when buying your ticket. We recommend you buy one before arriving at the festival as it’s cheaper that way.

Babies (aged 0-2) can come along for free but still need a ticket so we know how many people are on the farm.

Camping Info:

Camping is free for all those who have bought Weekend Festival Tickets. Please note you can’t buy a ticket without camping, we are not selling day tickets.

If you would like to book some glamping options, we have bell tents, airstreams, yurts and tipis to choose from.

If you are buying a general ticket, then you can your hire bell tents as part of the ticket buying process. If you’d like an airstream, then please contact Airstream facilities directly. And if you’d like a yurt or tipi then please contact Hearthworks directly.

If you’re buying a local ticket or via our payment plan, you can hire your bell tents here.

Please make sure you’ve read the what to bring, what not to bring and the camp site rules.

This year we have three campsites: Glamping, Lake View and Family Camping. We will be taking you to the Glamping fields and Lake View campsite in a tractor to help you carry your luggage. Family Camping is right next to the car park. In terms of distance it’s 400 metres from the centre of the Family Camping to the centre of the car park, so it’s about a 4 minute walk.

If you have a trailer tent, then you need a campervan pass as NO vehicles are allowed in the campsites.