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Barn on the Farm

Information at a glance

Lineup

Sam Fender, Lewis Capaldi, Maggie Rogers, Jade Bird, Grace Carter, Samm Henshaw, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Maverick Sabre, Zak Abel, Swim Deep, Gabrielle Aplin, Nina Nesbitt, The Japanese House, Youngr, Maisie Peters, Easy Life, Cavetown, Flyte, Lily Moore, Lauren Aquilina, Apre, Cassia, The Howl & The Hum. 

Location

Over Farm, Over, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2 8DB

Travel

Located on the A40 about 2 miles from the centre of Gloucester. Head along the A40 towards Ross on Wye from Gloucester and the farm can be seen on the right hand side a few hundred yards after the roundabout with the A417. Entrance to the festival will be next to the Farm Market building.

Over Farm is roughly 2 miles from Gloucester train station, which is well served from Cheltenham, Bristol, Birmingham and Cardiff. There is no dedicated shuttle bus to the festival, but the site is served by frequent buses from Gloucester Bus Station (over the road from the train station).

Tickets

£120 Saturday-Sunday (other tickets sold out). Tickets on sale here.

Dates

Thursday 4th to Sunday 7th July 2019

Size

2,500 capacity per day

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2019 sees the 10th edition of this gem of a festival. Starting out in 2010, with mainly folk music at its core, since this enormously successful first year, this festival has continued to be extremely popular, but has stayed entirely faithful to its origins, offering mainly folk and acoustic based music and not growing too much in size. This grassroots festival had humble beginnings, with founder, Joshua Sanger, approaching a local farmer as a first step towards fulfilling his dream of running his own festival. The rest is history and what an auspicious history Barn on the Farm has already enjoyed.

With a strong emphasis on intimacy and atmosphere, expect a cheerful, friendly crowd to enjoy this festival with. What is more, it has earned itself the reputation as somewhere to catch the next big names in the world of music, so with Barn on the Farm, small certainly does not mean you'll in any way have to compromise on the quality of the acts. There is also a wide range of local produce on offer at this festival, such as ales, ciders, wines and food stalls. 

What we love about this festival.

It won Best Independent Festival at the Association of Independent Music Festival Awards in 2014. Also a bonus is that parking is free!

Camping and Glamping Options

All tickets include camping as standard. There is a campervan area.

Past lineups

Ed Sheeran, Karima Francis, Ben Howard, Bastille, The Staves, James Bay, Gabrielle Alpin.

Kids and families

Children are very welcome and this is a very family orientated festival. Under 10s are free.

A touch of luxury

The majority of the arena is on hard-standing ground and the Main Stage and Wooden Barn Stage are undercover meaning no soggy clothes or mud, even if it does rain!

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