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Deerstock 2018: Charity boutique music festival in Nottinghamshire

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Deerstock is a charity-based boutique music festival that runs in 2018 20th-22nd July. The aim of the event is primarily to raise funds for good causes but also to give families a chance to experience a ‘proper’ music festival in a field with camping and the chance to meet other families and festival goers in a small safe environment.

There will be many bands on three stages featuring a variety of quality music, real ale, various food outlets and free camping.

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Friday

Blackballed
These Skies
Darwins Rejects
Will Whissom
The Shrives
Tom McCartney
Bone Cult
Video Tape Machine
The Girl and the Stone
Black Shiver
Motormouf
Shinkicker

Saturday

April Towers
Lois
Jump
Doggen All Stars
The Boutones
Def Goldblum
Sons of Clogger
John Otway
Just Ben
Steve McGill
Rich Watkins
Sasha and the Shades
No Setting Sun
Hoodoo Operators
Clonk
Sunday

The King Blues

Unknown Era

Headsticks
Evil Edna
Jake Smallbones
The Skalinskis
Criminal Mind
Static Kill
Junior Bill
Terminal Rage
Yur Mum
The Amber Herd
The Blue Carpet Band
Jess Silk
Paul Carbuncle
Alex Bradford & Dylan

Deerstock is run entirely by volunteers and is now in its 7th successful year.

Website: www.deerstock.co.uk

Contact: info@deerstock.co.uk

 

Nottinghamshire’s premier ‘Not for profit’ boutique Music festival. Deerstock has raised over £70k for charitable causes so far…

Deerstock is a wonderfully small but beautiful boutique music festival organised by festival goers for festivals goers, on a not for profit basis. The aim of the event is primarily to raise funds for good causes. Donations are given each year to three different charities, and the festival has raised over £70k to date. Charities supported in the past include UNICEF, Alzheimers Society, Help for Heroes, CALM, Reach, The Lee Bonsall Memorial Fund, The Roy Stone Foundation amongst others.

With 3 stages, a craft tent, children’s activities, workshops, a well-stocked bar, a cheese and cider tent and an excellent selection of food stalls we are sure there is something for everyone. A chance to experience a ‘proper’ music festival in a field with camping and the chance to meet other families and festival goers in a small safe environment. Set in the picturesque Nottinghamshire countryside, Deerstock really is a perfectly petite festival.

There will be over 30 bands on three stages featuring a variety of quality music, real ale, various food outlets and camping.

Headliners for 2018 are The King Blues, April Towers, Blackballed with a special guest appearance from the legendary John Otway.

Where is the festival?

Newton Cross Country Course in Nottinghamshire. NG13 8HN The post code will take you to the Farm House Deerstock is on East Bridgford Road about 500 metres on the right from the traffic lights on the A6097 going towards Newton.
When do tickets go on sale?

Tickets are on sale now. Links on this site.

Fri, 20 Jul 2018, 18:00 –

Sun, 22 Jul 2018, 22:30 BST

Newton Cross Country Course

East Bridgford Road

Newton

Notts

NG13 8HN

How many people are expected?

We are licensed for 500 people to attend each day

Does a toddler or a baby need a ticket?

No, we are happy for babies and toddlers to attend the festival, however we expect school age children to have an under 11s or Under 18 ticket
Can I park my car next to my tent or drive to the campsite to unload?

No, please unload and park in car park, unless you have bought a vehicle pass.

Do I have to buy a vehicle pass in advance?

Yes, Limited numbers available.

Can under 16s camp on their own?

Yes, as long as their parents are onsite However under 16s will not be allowed in the arena without their parents And ID will also be needed to be shown to security.

Can I bring my caravan?

Yes, but a Vehicle pass will be required

Are there day tickets available?

Yes, they are available through Seetickets.com. The link is on the sites main page.

Is there disabled access to the site?

Yes and also disabled toilets.

Are dogs allowed?

Dogs are allowed in the campsite but not in the main arena. Dogs must be on a lead at all times.

Is glass allowed on site?

Strictly no glass allowed anywhere on site, including the campsite.