secret location near Bath,
Cock and Bull Festival 2014
Cock and Bull Festival takes place at a secret location near Bath from Friday 25th until Sunday 27th July 2014 for 500 people as a barnyard fundraiser for Jamie s Farm.
Main Stage: The Turbans, Peggy Sue, Gypsy Hill, Carnival Collective, The Drop, Big Swing Soundsystem, The John Langan Band, Lyrix Organix Soundsystem, KasaÃ¯ MasaÃ¯, John Fairhurst Band, The Bikini Beach Band, Gideon Conn, Sannie Fox, Fat Pedro, and more to be confirmed.
The Circle Stage: Pete the Temp, Whiskey Moonface, Trad Academy, Three Acres and a Cow, John Fairhurst Band, Cat Brogan, Start Blooming Productions, Nick Hart, Barnaby Keen, and more to be confirmed.
The Stone Barn: The curated DJ stage, which will also be hosting an exclusive screening of The Bat Man of Mexico.
The farmyard s barns will be brimming with live music from gypsy swing, folk, bluegrass, rock n roll, jazz, soul, reggae, hip hop, afrobeat and cabaret across three stages.
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at Â£80 for the weekend with camping. Â A child aged 5 – 15 years weekend tickets was priced at Â£25 – and have sold out, With kids aged up to 4 years able to attend for free. A live in vehicle pass is Â£30. The venue will be given to you with directions when you buy your ticket. Saturday day tickets have also sold out.
Jamie s Farm is a small charity that engages young people from challenging backgrounds through intensive programmes living and working in a family-oriented farming community. The farm provides opportunities for achievement and reflection, while learning many new skills that they can take back to their own lives in urban areas. Organiserrs believe that small is beautiful when it comes to festivals, no sponsors, bumping into people, sharing, free workshops, good value… with all profits going straight to charity. There will also be a packed programme of workshops, talks, local ales, cider, and home cooked local food from the farm, at local prices. Every penny of profit goes to the youth charity jamies farm, working to re-engage young people in education through a combination of farming, family & therapy. The festival is run by volunteers and relies on word of mouth, which means everyone is a friend of a friend.More information will be here when available.
Date : from 2014-07-25 to 2014-07-27
Price : Ã‚Â£80 for the weekend
Capacity : daily capacity: 500
Address : secret location near Bath, Bath Somerset England