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Goatfest Live Music Festival 2018

  • Codicote, United Kingdom
  • 24-26 August 2018
Goatfest Live Music Festival 2018

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Celebrating its 10th birthday

Goatfest Live Music Festival celebrates its 10th birthday this August bank holiday with a weekend of live music, great food and family-fun in Hertfordshire. 

This year's lineup features hip-hop icon Grandmaster Flash as well as Live Wire – The AC/DC Tribute across the three days, while food traders such as The Goat Inn, Toastilicious and Weston Spice will be serving all kinds of culinary delights. 

What's more, Goatfest raises money for two charities – Isabel Hospice and the Willow Foundation – continuing to pour its profits into worthwhile causes and keeping its boutique, independent outlook.



Main Stages

  • Live Wire – The AC/DC Tribute
  • Wild Front
  • Uptown Funk
  • Happy Daggers
  • The Mighty Collider

The Big Top

  • The Sheriff
  • The Winchester Collective

The Tipi Stage

  • The Scallywags present: 'Our Friends' Takeover!

Main Stages

The Big Top

  • Alex P & Brandon Block
  • Nate James
  • Lee Hornblower
  • Mad Hatter
  • Wayne McErlane
  • Rit
  • Max Fernandez
  • Stubacca
  • Morocco
  • RB1

The Tipi Stage

  • Lawrence Hill
  • Roxy Searle
  • Connor Wells
  • Kelvin Davis
  • Taylor Nathan
  • Alice Simpson
  • Westward Ho
  • Freddy Best
  • Daisy Keeble
  • Lou Hindes

Main Stages

The Big Top

  • Lexbeatz
  • Artifact 96
  • DJ Aza feat. Dhol Drummers
  • Lawz
  • Amellia Brown [live set]
  • DJ Beard

The Tipi Stage

Goatfest will take place on a farm between Codicote and Hitchin in Hertfordshire. 


Bury Lane, Codicote, SG4 8XY, United Kingdom


Festival-goers can access the festival on foot via the Codicote Sports Field driveway or by car vian an entrance on Bury Lane. 

The nearest train station to the festival is Stevenage, which is around five miles from the festival site. There is a taxi rank outside the station.

Limited parking will also be available, and will require a small charge.

Gates to the car park and camping area will open at 3pm on Friday and then 11am on Saturday and Sunday.

Children under the age of six are not required to pay for a ticket. All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. 

No outside alcohol can be brought onto the festival site. 

Goatfest is a cash only event. There are no ATMs on site, and the nearest one is in Codicote village shop, about 10-15 minutes walk from the festival.


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