Mid July is hotly contested ground among the many festivals vying for your business in the so called high summer, so why, of all the big players touting their wares on this weekend, would you want to come to little old Chagstock...
One of this festivals main strengths is variety, and as the festival has got bigger, the extremes of that variety seem to get further apart, from the relative normality of the mainstage acts to the Something Else tea tent,
Grinagog Festival, 7-9 April 2017 held in the seaside town of Torquay, Devon. A sunny weekend by the sea, consisting of over 200 acts across 15 stages as well as plenty of fun-filled activities and kids entertainment.
What is the best way to describe a Beat-Herder experience? A Midsummer Night’s Dream mixed with mud and music - deep muddy fields and depths of musical variety allow you to sink into this other world of fantastical music mayhem
With four main venues, all bursting at the seams with everything from music, poetry, top class comedians, talks & lectures to yoga, & creative workshops, the art of getting the most from what’s on offer at this festival was in the planning