WITH around 50 acts playing over the two days on four different stages this weekend’s GlastonBeoley Festival promises to be a feast for all the senses.
It runs on Saturday, June 18 and Sunday, June 19 with gates on both days opening at midday.
As ever as well as good music it will all be for some good causes with Touchstones youth bereavement service and Libby-Mae’s Little Angels neo-natal charity both set to benefit.
It’s all happening at the Bees Rugby Club – Birmingham and Solihull Rugby B94 5LH at The Portway junction 3 of the M42 (direction Redditch) – with loads of free parking.
Camping is also available (and campervans) at £10 per tent/campervan providing a weekend ticket has been bought.
Unfortunately caravans can not be catered for.
There will be lots of street food available to keep festival-goers well fed including Caribbean, vegan, veggie, pizza and much more.
Plus there will be a trader village with lots of crafts and festival goodies/clothing, a falconry display and music academy amongst this year’s offerings.
Children under 16 can get in for free as long as accompanied by a paying adult.
In addition some of the acts this year will be signed by Sign Solutions – a first for the festival, which means the music will even be accessible for those who are deaf.
Add in Prosecco and cocktail bar from and a beer tent and it should be a great weekend.
And as Sunday, June 19 is Father’s Day there’s a limited discount code ‘LOVEDAD’ for a discount on tickets for this week only.
This year GlastonBeoley is being sponsored by Bromsgrove Commercial Waste Services, Zoo Accounting and Shakespeare Martineau and it’s all happening at the Bees Rugby Club – Birmingham and Solihull Rugby B94 5LH Jct 3 M42 (direction Redditch) – with loads of free parking.