Nozstock

21st - 23rd July 2017

Location: Bromyard, Herefordshire

Size: 5,000

Website: www.nozstock.com

Read our 2014 & 2013 reviews of Nozstock

A festival built from a curious amalgamation of performance, art, electronic supersounds and good old-fashioned guitar-strumming and drum-bashing.

Read more…

Nozstock 2017 Review

By Debra, Richard, Miles (8) and Isaac (6)

Our family attended our third Nozstock this summer and yet again had an amazing weekend of fun and frolics!  The festival is set in the beautiful rolling hills of Bromyard, Herefordshire and is a magical place to visit.

Read more…

Nozstock 2017 preview

With less than 4 weeks to go until this years Nozstock – the Hidden Valley gets underway, here is a little of what you can expect from this amazing, family friendly festival:

Read more…

Nozstock 2016 Review

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By Debra, Richard, Miles (7) and Isaac (5)

Our family attended Nozstock 2016 and, once again, had a brilliant time!  The festival is set in the beautiful rolling hills of Bromyard, Herefordshire and is a really magical place to visit.  Read more…

Nozstock 2016 Preview

Nozstock This small family-run event now in its 18th year is set in a beautiful rural part of Herefordshire on a working farm.

The immensely welcoming and independent event has evolved from a 50 friend gathering into an intimate musical odyssey; and now one of the UK’s longest running festivals. Read more…

Nozstock 2015 Review

Review by guest writer, Debra Welsh

Nozstock 2015

Myself and my family (husband and two sons, 6 and 4) went to our first Nozstock this year and despite heavy rain on occasion, we had a brilliant time! The festival is set in the beautiful rolling hills of Bromyard, Herefordshire and is a really magical place to visit. Read more…

Nozstock 2014 Review

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Friday 1st August – 3rd August – Nozstock the Hidden Valley 

It was a short but incredibly fun packed day for us at Nozstock this year. We only managed to get to the hidden valley full of dinosaurs and cave folk for the day this year but still had a brilliant time. Keeping myself and Dylan company was my sister in law and my niece, both experienced festival ladies who jumped at the chance of spending the day with us.

Arrival to Nozstock is simply and painless. Lots of stewards to guide you into parking and the entrance onto sight was quick and queue free when we arrived. As we were not camping we did not have all the kit to carry but did hear about a horse and cart service for carrying kit onto site for people, quite a novel way to help with all your kit if you needed it. Although we did not camp I did look at the family camping area and it looked to have plenty of space and far enough away to have some peace at night if needed with children. The general camping does have a lot of younger people in it and I think at night could get quite hectic so I would recommend only camping in the family area.
Read more…

Nozstock 2013 Review

Got my head in the sky but my roots in the ground

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I have a confession, I live approximately 15 miles from where Nozstock festival is held and I have never been before. I have friends that have been but for one reason or another I have never made it there. How I could miss out on such a local gem of a festival? Madness! A mistake I do not plan to let happen again! Read more…

Festival Kidz Team: Our Picks 2013

Every year we face the same dilemmas – Do we go to our favourites, the ones we know and love, where the kids feel at home?

Or do we try out some new ones, potentially discover something amazing, and widen our knowledge of great festivals to recommend to all you lovely families out there?

We’re very lucky in that we get invited to far more than we can manage to attend… but the reality is that with kids (or even without kids) it’s just too tiring (and expensive!) so we’ve had to learn to pick and choose.

Here are the festivals we’ve picked this year and why Read more…

Nozstock

21st - 23rd July 2017

Location: Bromyard, Herefordshire

Size: 5,000

Website: www.nozstock.com

Read our 2014 & 2013 reviews of Nozstock

A festival built from a curious amalgamation of performance, art, electronic supersounds and good old-fashioned guitar-strumming and drum-bashing.

Read more…

Nozstock 2017 preview

With less than 4 weeks to go until this years Nozstock – the Hidden Valley gets underway, here is a little of what you can expect from this amazing, family friendly festival:

Read more…

Nozstock 2016 Preview

Nozstock This small family-run event now in its 18th year is set in a beautiful rural part of Herefordshire on a working farm.

The immensely welcoming and independent event has evolved from a 50 friend gathering into an intimate musical odyssey; and now one of the UK’s longest running festivals. Read more…

Nozstock 2014 Review

IMG_20140810_213254

Friday 1st August – 3rd August – Nozstock the Hidden Valley 

It was a short but incredibly fun packed day for us at Nozstock this year. We only managed to get to the hidden valley full of dinosaurs and cave folk for the day this year but still had a brilliant time. Keeping myself and Dylan company was my sister in law and my niece, both experienced festival ladies who jumped at the chance of spending the day with us.

Arrival to Nozstock is simply and painless. Lots of stewards to guide you into parking and the entrance onto sight was quick and queue free when we arrived. As we were not camping we did not have all the kit to carry but did hear about a horse and cart service for carrying kit onto site for people, quite a novel way to help with all your kit if you needed it. Although we did not camp I did look at the family camping area and it looked to have plenty of space and far enough away to have some peace at night if needed with children. The general camping does have a lot of younger people in it and I think at night could get quite hectic so I would recommend only camping in the family area.
Read more…

Festival Kidz Team: Our Picks 2013

Every year we face the same dilemmas – Do we go to our favourites, the ones we know and love, where the kids feel at home?

Or do we try out some new ones, potentially discover something amazing, and widen our knowledge of great festivals to recommend to all you lovely families out there?

We’re very lucky in that we get invited to far more than we can manage to attend… but the reality is that with kids (or even without kids) it’s just too tiring (and expensive!) so we’ve had to learn to pick and choose.

Here are the festivals we’ve picked this year and why Read more…

Nozstock 2017 Review

By Debra, Richard, Miles (8) and Isaac (6)

Our family attended our third Nozstock this summer and yet again had an amazing weekend of fun and frolics!  The festival is set in the beautiful rolling hills of Bromyard, Herefordshire and is a magical place to visit.

Read more…

Nozstock 2016 Review

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By Debra, Richard, Miles (7) and Isaac (5)

Our family attended Nozstock 2016 and, once again, had a brilliant time!  The festival is set in the beautiful rolling hills of Bromyard, Herefordshire and is a really magical place to visit.  Read more…

Nozstock 2015 Review

Review by guest writer, Debra Welsh

Nozstock 2015

Myself and my family (husband and two sons, 6 and 4) went to our first Nozstock this year and despite heavy rain on occasion, we had a brilliant time! The festival is set in the beautiful rolling hills of Bromyard, Herefordshire and is a really magical place to visit. Read more…

Nozstock 2013 Review

Got my head in the sky but my roots in the ground

SAMSUNG CAMERA PICTURES

I have a confession, I live approximately 15 miles from where Nozstock festival is held and I have never been before. I have friends that have been but for one reason or another I have never made it there. How I could miss out on such a local gem of a festival? Madness! A mistake I do not plan to let happen again! Read more…

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