16 June - 19 June 2016
Voted 'Best British Blues Festival 2010' in the British Blues Awards, our event is staged in a 40 acre setting on the Sussex Coastal plain a couple of miles south of Chichester.
Blues on the Farm has a big reputation for presenting high quality music from World-class musicians, in a family friendly, safe and relaxed area, the primary objective of the event is to stage high quality music from world-class musicians, in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
A couple of years ago the festival was featured in The Sunday Times who dubbed it "The friendliest festival in the UK"; while The Independent has also reported very favourably on the festival, highlighting in particular the "astounding precision" of the event’s organization and likening it to "A little piece of the Mississippi Delta on the Chichester Plain"
- King King
- Mike Vernon and the Mighty Combo
|Lockgate Dairy||1.3 ml||£85.50||Book|
|Sycamore Barn||1.6 ml||£110.00||Book|
|Sefter School||2.2 ml||£70.00||Book|
|Snoozebox Goodwood||2.2 ml||£399.00||Book|
|Crouchers Restaurant Bar and Hotel||2.7 ml||£110.00||Book|
|Lake Birds Lodge||2.9 ml||£2000.00||Book|
|The Vestry||3.7 ml||£50.00||Book|
|Travelodge Chichester Central||3.9 ml||£49.00||Book|
|Chichester Park Hotel||4.7 ml||£65.00||Book|
|The Boathouse Bosham||4.7 ml||£43.00||Book|
|Trevali Guesthouse||4.8 ml||£46.00||Book|
|Millstream Hotel and Restaurant||4.9 ml||£65.00||Book|
|Best Western Beachcroft Hotel||5.5 ml||£76.50||Book|
|The Goodwood Hotel||6.0 ml||£500.00||Book|
|The Old Store Guest House||6.6 ml||£55.00||Book|
Pump Bottom Farm, Chichester, West Sussex, PO207EH