Official Partner

Standon Calling 2018

  • Standon Lordship, Standon, United Kingdom
  • 26-29 July 2018
Standon Calling 2018
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One of the UK's favourite boutique music festivals

Standon Calling is an eclectic family-friendly festival. Starting out as a humble BBQ in 2004, the festival is now one of the UK's favourite boutique music festivals thanks to its diverse musical lineup and huge variety of extra activities for all ages.

Recent editions have seen sets from the likes of Grace Jones, Clean Bandit and Slaves alongside a side programme of comedy, theatre, crafts and workshops. Think everything from flamenco dancing through to voodoo rituals, all tied together under the festival's annual theme, which feeds into the artistic direction of the site. 

What's more, Standon Calling is the only UK festival to boast its own swimming pool. It's not everyday you get to say that, eh.

Lineup


  • Uncle Funk & The Boogie Wonderband
  • The Wandering Hearts
  • Jimi Needles [live]
  • Earl Okin
  • Ultimate Power
  • Beefy Melons Vintage Temple of Love and Gratitude
  • The Vinyl Frontier


Music


Comedy

Lucy Porter
Naomi Cooper
Owen Roberts
Timberlina presents FFS!



Music


Comedy

Kerry Godliman
Spencer Jones
Marcel Lucont's Wine List



Music


Comedy

Seann Walsh
Rhys James
Glenn Moore
Mark Simmons
Jake Lambert

The lush, vast grounds of the 16th century manor house where Standon calling takes place is just a 40 minute drive from London. 


Address

Standon Lordship, Standon, SG11 1EE, United Kingdom

FAQs

BY PLANE: The nearest international airport is London Stansted, which is a half hour coach journey away from Standon. Take National Express Coach 777 towards Birmingham and Standon will be the first stop.

BY TRAIN: Bishop’s Stortford or Ware are the closest stations to Standon Calling. From London you can catch a train from Liverpool Street or Tottenham Hale. From Ware, the 331 bus runs to Standon and from Bishop's Stortford it's the 386. Alternatively  a cab will take around 15-20 minutes to reach the festival and cost between £15-25 depending on the time of day.

Past

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