What we love about this festival.

Kelvedon Bash will support Kidsinspire, a local charity that helps disadvantaged young people turn their lives around and give them back a future. Also, in memory of the organisers' friend, Dennis, a tree will be planted for every ticket sold.

Camping and Glamping Options

Campsites will be open from midday Friday 30th June until Sunday 2nd July at 6 pm. There is a spacious general camping area and a dedicated family camping area with added security and a more peaceful environment. All camping areas have plenty of toilets, water and access to showers and luxury loos on  purchase of a token bought on site. There is also a special glamping area, with tents for up to 4 people, either 2 double beds or 4 singles or a mixture of both. Sheets, pillows, a table, a mosaic mirror and lights are provided.

Past lineups

2017 will see the first Kelvedon Bash.

Kids and families

The children's area will have theatre performances, Mortimer nannies, kids paws painting and craft, DJ workshop, graffiti workshop, cave with 90 ft tunnels, giant toys, Ktroo bouncing boots. sound of noise, film tent editing suites for workshops and a live interactive film feed.

A touch of luxury

There will be an onsite nutritionist and mindfulness teacher, to teach you how to take care of your body and mind.

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Kelvedon Bash

Kelvedon Bash is a brand new Essex-based music, arts and culture festival which boasts an intimate feel and a stunning location, not to mention an impressive music and arts lineup. 

For music lovers, expect an eclectic mix of DJs and electronic music as well as partying into the early hours. There will also be DJ masterclasses on offer, for children and adults alike. For art lovers, the ‘Young British Artists Movement’ the Chapman Brothers, will host drawing masterclasses. and Paul Saunders, owner of ‘Westbank Art Gallery’ and ‘Urban in Ibiza’ will curate some of the UK’s leading street artists, adding their stamp of creativity through graffiti walls, live art and interactive workshops.

Kelvedon Hall provides an amazing setting for this new festival. Built in 1715, this grand Georgian country house will offer an intimate ‘house party’ feel , hence the name Kelvedon Bash.

Throughout the weekend, extra activities will be on offer including paint runs, bike rides and masterclasses in film, music and drama. For food and drink lovers, original street food stalls and celebrity pop-up bars will also be on offer. There will also be a model search for the ‘The New Young Face of Essex’ judged by a huge celebrity model.

Festival Paradise is excited to learn that a bespoke festival app, from Second Screen, will bring festival goers closer to this event through shareable content and provide a platform to enhance the overall experience.  We're sure that this will provide a novel aspect to this event for its festival-goers.

Information at a glance

Kelvedon Hall, Brentwood, Essex. CM14 5TN

Kelvedon Hall is 19 miles away from London as is easily accessible by car.

An adult weekend ticket costs £50 and a youth (6-17) weekend ticket costs £25. Single day tickets cost £20 per adult and £10 for a youth ticket. Camping add-ons range from £20-£60. There are VIP options also available.

30th June, 1st, 2nd July 2017.

2, 000 capacity per day

Sister Bliss, A Guy Called Gerald, Daddy G, Norman Jay, Brandon Block, RIVRS, Melon Bomb, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Femi Fem, Normski, The Scribes, DJ Mary Charteris, The Egg, and David Rodigan with more to be announced.

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For more information, visit the Kelvedon Bash website: http://kelvedonbash.com/