29 April - 01 May 2022adult £91.80 for 3 days with camping; £70.20 without camping
Teddy Rocks Festival started with a small gig in 2011 to raise money for Teddy20, a children's cancer charity founded by Tom Newton and his family after he lost his 10-year-old brother Ted to very rare bone cancer.
The gig was put on by Tom's friends and family in the restaurant of The Greyhound pub in Blandford and raised £400. This was used to fund the very first Teddy Rocks event at The Corn Exchange in 2012, which raised £2,500.
By 2013, Teddy Rocks had grown and needed more space, so they moved back to The Greyhound pub, raising £6,500 and £15,000 in 2014. In 2015, Teddy Rocks almost doubled this, raising an amazing £24,000.
Black Water County
Saints of Sin
Eagles of Death Metal
As December Falls
Chapter And Verse
We Broke Free
The Bottom Line
Never Got Nothing
Get Cape, Wear Cape, Fly
There are camping options for this event.
|The Crown Hotel||0.7 ml||£160.00||Book|
|THE LANGTON ARMS||4.5 ml||£70.00||Book|
|The Saxon Inn||5.0 ml||£75.00||Book|
|The White Hart||7.1 ml||£50.00||Book|
|The Museum Inn||7.4 ml||£90.00||Book|
|Cashmoor Inn||7.6 ml||£59.00||Book|
|1777. Bedrooms & Breakfast at The Albion||9.4 ml||£60.00||Book|
|Heatherdene House||9.8 ml||£75.00||Book|
|BEST WESTERN The Royal Chase Hotel||9.9 ml||£70.00||Book|
|The Grosvenor Arms - a Bespoke Hotel||10.1 ml||£81.00||Book|
|Holbrook Bed & Breakfast||10.4 ml||£55.00||Book|
|The Inn At Cranborne||12.0 ml||£40.00||Book|
|Applehay Studio||12.6 ml||£66.00||Book|
Charisworth Farm, Blandford Forum, DT119AL