Farmfestival 2013 Tickets
Friday 26th July 2013 tickets:
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Skiddle are an official primary ticket outlet, see the Farmfestival tickets page
Genres: House, Indie, Hip Hop, Folk, Reggae
With the festival on the smaller side of things, there is a wonderfully tranquil, aggression free atmosphere. The camping area is really quite close to the main stage; at Farmfestival you’re never too far away from the action.
‘Gorgeous and Intimate’ Top 25 UK Independent Festivals (2011)
Keeping its laid back, sponsor free, hand made aesthetic, the festival features stalls, organic food, organic cider from a local community orchard, crazy golf, Punch & Judy and a children's tent. The weekend is unlike most festivals, it is as relaxing as it is fun.
This is the sort of festival where people help each other put up their tents, where stag parties unite with families and groups of school leavers. Despite the amounts of organic cider being drunk, there really is very little boisterous behaviour, the overall tone is one of unity and peace.
People are simply there to drink, dance and have a good time. Surely that’s what all good festivals aspire to be.
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Farmfestival 2013 Lineup
To see this years lineup, please use the link below
Here are the latest news items about this event.
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Farmfestival: Further Lineup Announcements! 15th May 2013
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Farmfestival adds Crazy P to its lineup! 26th Apr 2013
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Farmfestival 2013: full line-up revealed! 19th Mar 2013
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Location of Farmfestival 2013
History of Farmfestival
Way back in 2006, Farmfestival was born. It was the brainchild of a small group of friends in Somerset who decided that they wanted to create a simple, cost effective festival for their friends as an alternative to the large festivals that already dominate the English festival calendar.
As the years went on, the festival gathered serious momentum, as loyal followers and newcomers alike were introduced to the unique festival at Gilcombe Farm, Bruton, with good times and great bands being the main attraction.
The larger the festival has become though, the organizers haven?t sold out, but stayed true to their adamantly sponsor-free, lo-fi DIY aesthetic combining with the genre busting music policy to create the unique atmosphere.
Farmfestival is run by volunteers. The festival was not set up to make money, but to create an event that stood up to the growing number of over-priced and overly corporate festivals dominating the U.K every summer. Every year donations are made to the charity Practical Action and local organisations including Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance.