Official Partner

Farmfest 2019

  • Gilcombe Farm, Somerset, United Kingdom
  • 26-28 July 2019
Farmfest 2019
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Returning after a year off

Farmfest is a boutique music and arts festival in Somerset, returning to the county's Gilcombe Farm after a year off in July 2019. 

Filling its weekend with music, art, fun and games for all the family, Farmfest's whacky programme of shenanigans features everything from early morning workouts to late night frolics, via tea parties, craft workshops, a miniature golf course and plates and barrels worth of locally produced food and drink. 

And when it comes to the music, Farmfest showcases some of the finest emerging and established left-of-mainstream artists, that in 2019 will feature Morcheeba, James Holden & The Animal Spirits, Portico Quartet and Craig Charles. 

What's more, almost everything you'll find at Farmfest is hand-made, re-appropriated, designed, painted, or built by one of the team, a collaborator, or one of the many volunteers, showing off just why the festival has become known as one of the country's most personable and creative. 

Headliners

Lineup

Gilcombe Farm is a 300 acre family run organic farm in the heart of Somerset.


Address

Gilcombe Farm, Bruton, Somerset, BA10 0QE, United Kingdom

FAQs

If you are driving to Farmfest, use post code BA11 4NX for your Sat Nav. This postcode will direct you to Nunney Catch Roundabout, where the festival will be sign posted.

The nearest train station to Farmfest is Bruton. The festival will be running a shuttle bus service from Bruton station to the site. Trains run via Bruton from both Bristol and London. The shuttle bus costs £2 each way, with priority given to pre-booked ticket holders. 

Children under the age of 12 can enter Farmfest for free, whereas those ages between 13 and 17 can enter on a discounted child ticket. Anyone under 18 must still be accompanied by an adult. A parent of guardian may be responsible for up to four children.

Parking is free at Farmfest. 

Yes you can, although only small camping stoves are allowed.

Yes, there is an on-site ATM. Please note all transactions will be subject to a fee by the ATM provider. We therefore reccomend you arrive with enough cash to last the weekend. 

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