29th March 2017
Unmissable festivals in North Devon.
Dust off your tents and festival attire and head down to one of these unmissable events in North Devon.
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Westward Ho!, North Devon
Reef will be headlining this event, alongside Laid Blak and DJ Andre Cueveros. As ever, Pigstock brings the best of the early summer vibes, a family friendly one day festival with children’s area with free entertainment, street food stalls, VIP area perks and lots of fun things to see and do.
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Bude, North Cornwall
26th – 29th May
The Folk Festival is a friendly mix of folk concerts, workshops and themed events held annually on the late May Bank Holiday weekend. It features dance displays, music and song all based in and around the North Cornwall coastal town of Bude.
Croyde, North Devon
16th – 18th June
The GoldCoast Oceanfest midsummer weekend is all about good times, great music, surfing, keeping fit and looking after the environment set in the stunning Croyde Bay. With headliners, Kaiser Chiefs, Sigma and Scouting for Girls announced and many more to come, it’s bound to be a good fun-filled weekend in a breath-taking setting.
21st – 22nd July
Set on the edge of Dartmoor, this event was originally the brainchild of a group of friends who rigged up a few tents in a garden, this party has grown thanks to the good vibes and good feelings of friends into a sell out event with an attendance of 5,000.
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A family festival in deepest Devon
11th – 13th August
Held in a Devon meadow complete with a river in a woodland setting, this festival offers music, a dedicated children's area, holistic & healing areas, separate camping areas for quiet camping and for the night owls and so much more. The theme for 2017 is Glitz and Glamour so get your gladrags on and enjoy this family friendly festival.
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20th – 22nd October
The Dartmouth Food Festival is back for 2017 with a tempting mix of delicious regional food and drink, chef demonstrations, workshops, lively food debates and fun for all the family set in the beautiful estuary town of Dartmouth.