Jelly Festival info
The Bedroom Bar stage offers local talent until 12 midnight then, when the Living Room stage closes, the party carries on into the small hours as the bedroom bar dance party, playing electronic beats, while the Circus Big Top Bedroom Bar is modelled on a set of Pyjamas with a blue and red striped pattern and comfortable and relaxing décor. The music runs from 12 noon to 4 am Saturday night.
On Site: There will be three bars offering European lagers, local ales and Pimms at local pub prices. The cider bar will provide litre bottles of cider, sourced from a farm just down the road, while in the Cocktail bar there will be Mojitos, slammers and other explosive concoctions.
Jelly Festival's ethos is to operate along ethical and environmentally friendly lines and in the Kitchen it offers a selection of locally sourced food and drink from Arthur Howells' burgers and sausages, the Mandarin café from Banham selling Indian treats and Compton hog roast from the farm to Thai food from Fakenham, Norfolk cider, stone baked pizza from Norwich and Charcoal-grilled Cypriot food from Hunstanton.
The Garden Path offers Jelly goers arts and crafts stalls and demonstrations; while kids are catered for in the custom-designed Play Room offering bouncy and wobbly inflatables, climbables and ridables, alongside interactive workshops, and there is even a separate campsite for families to have their own world of peaceful bliss.
Jelly Festival is a homage to all things Jelly and so expect tonnes of the wobbly stuff to be served throughout the day including jelly cocktails and softer jelly treats for the kids with all donations going to Anglia Air Ambulance.
Jelly Festival Lineup
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Location of Jelly Festival
History of Jelly Festival
Back for its fourth year, bigger than ever!