Daxtonbury Festival 2022
Saturday, July 9th, 2022
- 12:00pm - 11:55pm
- Wold Farm, Podington, NN29 7XA
- Weekend £60 Day tickets £25
Daxtonbury is back! The team behind this boutique festival are ready to host "The best three day party in Bedfordshire" during the weekend of 8/9/10 July. Held on farmland near the village of Podington in North Bedfordshire, the festival features over thirty bands including local favourites from Milton Keynes, Bedford and Northampton together with the classic rock band Stray.
Everyone involved with the festival - bands, organisers, volunteers and backstage crews etc – give their time for free in order to raise money for cancer charities and after the 2019 event the organisers were able to donate over £11000 to help the fight against this awful disease
Together with an exciting line-up of live music there are high quality food stalls, beer tents, a cocktail bar and a unique range of other activities such as, kids entertainment, clay pigeon shooting, air gun shooting, welly wanging, street artists, craft stalls, line dancing, chain saw carving, massage, yoga, and a fantastic charity auction. On-site camping and car parking is free, glamping is an option and dogs and their well-behaved owners are welcome.
This festival is about fun and goodwill and about contributing to a good cause. Festival-goers are invited to become part of the Daxtonbury family - people who will share the vision of a peaceful, family friendly event where nothing is left behind except footprints and where great memories are taken away. Some things are just too good to miss.
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