2nd - 3rd June 2023
Location: Uttoxeter Racecourse, Wood Lane, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ST14 8BD
What are the highlights for kids and families:
A laid-back family friendly festival, with activities such as Craft Stalls & Displays, Juggling Schools, Drumming, Didgeridoo making and playing, Ukulele & Guitar Workshops, Healing & Yoga Classes, Pixies, Dragons, Story Telling, Comedy, Tribal Dancing, Belly Dancing, Morris Dancing, Face Painting, and Stilt Walkers together with a huge real ale tent, containing a stage powered by bicycles, so if you want a bit of exercise at the festival, hop on board and help power the stage.
What makes the Acoustic Festival unique?
The Acoustic Festival of Britain boasts quality names across all music genres performing their talents, but stripped down to its original format and surrounded by stories. Some of the biggest bands on the scene have prepared special acoustic sets for The Acoustic Festival over the years. If you’re new to the idea – think ‘MTV Unplugged’ and you’ll get the picture!
Facilities and Site Features:
The whole site is on level ground and surrounded by a circular hard surface roadway. This means that even in very wet weather it is still easy to get around the festival.
You can park your car next to your tent. There are Posh ‘flushing’ Loos, Showers, and Caravan/Camper Van passes are available at no extra charge (pre-booking required). There will also be some glamping options.
Tickets available from the website.
Read our interview with 2010 headliner, John Parr of St. Elmo’s Fire fame.
You can see some photos of 2011 over on our Facebook page.
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