Guilfest 2012 Line Up and News
Visitors to Guilfest can expect a weekend of live musical entertainment coupled with comedy, children's entertainment, theatre, art/craft exhibitions, and caterers from around the world providing a variety of meals in a truly festive atmosphere. Confirmed on this years line up already are Razorlight, N-Dubz, James Blunt, Ziggy Marley, Nero, Pendulum, along with a line up that will leave you holding your sides in the comedy tent
Guilfest also has a MASSIVE 150 foot beer tent serving its very own GuilFest bitter, Calypso cocktail bar, Comedy Zone, Theatre tent, 70s Disco, Dance tent, extensive KidZone and much much more. GuilFest caters for young and old alike - for local visitors or families wanting to just come for the day, or for the whole weekend for a 3 day mini holiday!
Guildford's outdoor swimming Lido and Spectrum Leisure Centre on either side of the festival grounds offer easy breaks from the main festival site with a refreshing swim as well as a showering opportunity for the campers. All in all, GuilFest has something for everyone with its friendly relaxed vibe and eclectic mix of music and entertainment.
Adults and childrens weekend and day tickets are now on sale. If you are planning on camping make sure you buy the weekend CAMPING ticket. Skiddle is an official ticket outlet for Guilfest.
To see this years lineup, please use the link below
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Here are the latest news items about this event.
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Bryan Ferry to headline Sunday at Guilfest 17th Apr 2012
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Olly Murs and Jimmy Cliff revealed for Guilfest 2012 26th Jan 2012
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More Acts Announced for Guilfest 2nd Jun 2011
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History of Guilfest
Started in 1992 by Tony Scott, who still runs and directs the festival, the first festival attracted 1,500 people per day. Now in its 20th year, GuilFest is attracting up to 20,000 visitors each day and has truly established itself as one of the UK's leading festivals, winning the prestigious 'Best Family Festival Award' at the UK Festival Awards in 2006 and being consistently nominated for the family festival award and best medium sized festival award in the UK over the last few years.