What we love about this festival.

Funk the Family is a place for parents to party like they used to, to a truly funky soundtrack.

Camping and Glamping Options

This is a one day event, so there is no camping on site; however, you could easily make a weekend of it and stay in beautiful Brighton to explore a little more!

Past lineups

Vula, Atlantic Horns, King Porter Stomp, Lakuta Soundsystem. 2017 lineup coming soon.Professor Elemental, Nick Maxwell, Harleighblu, Gyratory Allstars.

Kids and families

This is a top family festival with lots of drop-in workshops. It's a safe, friendly place with a fun atmosphere.

A touch of luxury

If you want some indulgence, you should definitely try out the pamper area with massage and yoga!

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Funk the Family

Funk the Family Returns for its fourth year in 2017. It's a one day, family friendly festival with a focus on high quality music, paired with brilliant entertainment for all the family. 

Each year has a theme and for 2017 it's "Mythical Creatures" so expect some awe-inspiring spectacles!

As well as the great lineup of music, there is a whole programme of events and activities on offer throughout the day. You will be able to try out the Degree Cinema, bush craft workshops, music workshops, messy play, circus skills and archery, to name but a few.

This year, Funk the Family will take place on Father's Day, so the organisers are planning on providing all the papas out there with plenty of special treats. There'll be a variety of ales and lagers and great food, too.

Oh, and there's also Pimms on tap!

Information at a glance

Hove Park, Brighton, East Sussex, BN3 6BA.

Hove Park is only a few minutes' walk away from Hove train station. National Express runs bus services from London to Hove from £13. 

Tickets from £16 for the day.

Sunday 18th June 2017

4,000 daily capacity

Jazzie B (Soul II Soul), Professor Elemental, Soul Casserole, Rowlf The Dog, Baby Loves Disco, Love Is The Message, Mick Fuller, King Nommo.