Box Office/Wristband Exchange:
Friday 4th & Saturday 5th:
Thursday 3rd July: Opens: 12:00pm.
Monday 7th July: Closes: 12:00pm
Campsite will be open for 24 hours
Friday 4th, Saturday 5th, Sunday 6th: Opens: 11:00am, Closes: 2:00am
Starts: 12:00pm. Finishes: 11:00pm
Starts: 11pm. Finishes 2:00am
Thursday 3rd July : Opens: 7am.
Car Park will be open for 24 hours
Band performance times will be released on the day.
THE HOP FARM MUSIC FESTIVAL will return in 2014 with a program of artists from the past and present that will satisfy all music lovers. The beautiful setting will host a weekend of music and entertainment for all of the family with a wide variety of market stalls, food and drink for all to enjoy.
The site is lovingly designed to intrigue all who visit this eccentric festival with a dynamic approach boasting great entertainment and activities , in addition to the two stages we have:-
Come and join us and experience this spectacular festival.
Hop Farm is all about the enjoyment however we do have some rules and regulations to keep everyone safe and happy. The following items may not be brought into the site through the campsite gates:
Contraband items will be confiscated.
We will be offering plenty of bars on site serving a large range of beverages including everything from real ales to a Pimms bar.
For health and safety measures glass is not permitted in the campsite or arena. If you wish to bring alcohol for personal consumption into the campsite please check it is not in a glass container. Only sealed unopened 500ml or under plastic bottles of water will be permitted into the arena. Also food for personal consumption will be permitted into both campsite and arena.
By law the use and traffic of illegal substances is prohibited. If any persons are to be found selling or consuming such substances within the venue, they will be promptly removed and escorted off the premises and dealt with by the appropriate authorities. Just a polite reminder that it is wise to drink responsibly for your own safety and for others around you.
Please do not drink alcohol and drive. Remember that as the designated driver it is your responsibilty to take care of not only yourself but also any passengers who have placed trust in you to get them home safely.