Homegrown Music Festival 9-11 Jun 2017 Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
£5.45 - £32.70

Homegrown Music Festival FESTIVAL IS...

Emerging Talent / Family Friendly / Field / Multi-Genre
9-11 Jun 2017 Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

ATTRACTIONS

BarsFood StallsKids' FunMarket StallsWorkshops

ACCOMMODATION

CampervanCampingCaravan

ACCESSIBILITY

Wheelchair access
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Homegrown Music Festival is a family friendly, affordable, and relaxed weekend celebrating local musicians, local talent and local businesses.

The festival regularly features the best bands in the area, as well as local food, drink, and activities for the whole family to enjoy.

A weekend ticket includes access to the excellent camping facilities, and comes at a very reasonable price.

“Homegrown Music Festival was developed to promote and support our vibrant local talent and live music culture. We have taken the festival experience back to grass roots, making it enjoyable, comfortable, family friendly and affordable. Our focus is simple… showcasing Homegrown music from our thriving local music scene and just having a really good time.”Glen Moulds, Founder

HEADLINERS

Alton Wahlberg

Blue Mean Eyes, James Nunn, Tundra, Peter Hepworth, Sound Mirrors, Gavin Chappell-Bates, Renegade 12, Ian Jeffs, The Virtues, The Bijoux Toots, Little Red Kings, Shannon Elsden, The Macarnos, Chris Pidgeon, Saltfen, Phoebe Austin, Datum Plane, James Veira, April Blue, Elliot Porter, Deep city, Falling From Trees, Alter the Sky, The Downsetters, Millie Kirkpatrick, Tuesday Club, Hollowstar, SIAH, 4th Labyrinth, Shorelark, Painted Soul, David Youngs, Mojo Slide, Edward Alice, Stretch Soul Gang, Tom Roddis, Hannah Scott, Aria's Echo, Chalky Seas, James Morgan, Band of Fools, Tilly Moses, Tom Korni, Samuel, Torsion Field, Lucy Grubb & Lost Boys, Heathen, Tom Lumley, The Broken Maps

Church Farm, Church Road, Barrow, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP29 5AX, UK
 

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