Introducing Valley Fest – a family-friendly festival in the heart of the Chew Valley

Dates: Friday 4 – Sunday 6 August 2017

Location: Chew Magna, just south of Bristol

Enjoy delicious local organic food, great music, and beautiful views at this family-friendly festival which has sustainability at it’s heart.

The festival is the perfect place for children to run wild as well as the ‘adults’, and there is lots on offer for them. Junior Jungle will be bringing massive raves for little ravers. Kids absolutely love these, as the guys say ‘Ragga-Jungle is dance floor catnip to small children.’ Turn it up and watch them go! And Bristolian percussion group Afon Sistema will be leading the Sunday carnival parade – fusing percussion from North-East Brazil with rhythms from around the world. They can also hone their DJ skills and circus skills, and get mucky with plenty of arts and crafts. They can even get to know the farm animals and the farming way of life in the Hogsnorts Farming Academy.

Alongside the organic food stalls, people can also delight in enjoying food together with the Midnight Feast and Sunday Picnic – the recipe is simple; buy a perfectly packaged box of scrumptious treats, and sit down to enjoy it with hundreds of other people on the most beautiful picnic site, mix until a hum of chatter and laughter appears!

Come and discover a wide variety of music with us. Float away to the magical and tranquil tones of Swedish singer-songwriter José González and dance your heart out to the eclectic beats dropped by DJ Yoda with his live AV set. Be wowed by a psychedelic orchestra with The Fantasy Orchestra, enjoy slick pop songs from BBC Introducing and Guy Garvey favourite, Goan Dogs, and travel back in time to the American Southwest with Bayou Seco. And generally be entertained by a plethora of bands who will make you dance so hard you’ll forget what day it is, possibly even what year. We even have a hoedown on Saturday, with the fancy dress theme of glitter and sawdust!

Adult weekend tickets with camping £110, teenage (13-17) £40, kids (6-12) £20. Children five and under go free. Day tickets cost just £45 for adults. Payment plans available for weekend tickets.

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