What we love about this festival

Fieldview has raised over £25,000 for charities and good causes.

Camping and Glamping Options

At Fieldview, you can camp right next to the action. As well as the main camping area, there is a comfy campervan area, where awnings are also allowed. A glamping option is also available, with a company called Great British Glamping. This offers a boutique village of natural canvas bell tents with beds, rugs, table mirror and lighting.

Past lineups

Skinny Lister, Eska, Fickle Friends, Colour The Atlas, Delphic Bear's Den, Jacob Banks, Willy Moon, Bondax, The Nextmen.

Kids and families

Fieldview is very family friendly and there are many interactive workshops, kids' crafts and a wool crafts bell tent.

A touch of luxury

When you glamp, you have the added option of upgrading to a luxury bedding package. Sweet dreams!

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Fieldview Festival

Fieldview promises "a celebration of music, the arts and you." This festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2017, continuing the success of previous years as a grass-roots, independent festival, based around the principle that things are always done better yourself. Thus, the organisers work hard to put on a weekend that is lovingly planned, with new music, interactive workshops and a whole host of varied entertainment across the two days. 

Fieldview takes place each year at a stunningly beautiful location near Chippenham. Therefore, not only will you feel energised and invigorated by all that's on offer, but also relaxed and unwound after spending time in such a beautiful open space.

This is a perfect family festival; it's small, meaning that everything is easily accessible (no long trudge between stages) and it offers a bonanza of games and workshops which are suitable for all ages.

This is the festival to choose if your'e looking for a well-established event, if you want to discover new music and arts and if you want to do all this in a hassle-free way!

Information at a glance

Fieldview, Little Somerford, Wiltshire.

SN15 5LA.

The nearest train station is Chippenham, which also has National Express and Mega Bus links. There are local buses from Chippenham to Little Somerford. The festival is easily accessed by car with car parking at £5 for the weekend. The organisers recommend using the car share app, Bla Bla Car.

Tickets cost from £75.00 for a weekend with camping.

3rd-6th August 2017

3,000 capacity per day.

Submotion Orchestra, Melt Yourself Down, Keston Cobblers Club, Spring King, Fickle.