First and foremost we are a festival that is looking to bring together like-minded people who share our vision of a better world. Switch off your phone, unplug from the world, make new friends, dance the night away, join in with debates and workshops, eat amazing food, drink cider, come on your own, come with your mates, come with your family, throw a welly at our farmer Olympics, cover yourself in glitter for the entire weekend, however you want to enjoy the festival, just enjoy it.
Below shows the line-up for our most recent event in the summer of 2018…
Previous acts have included the likes of
The Turbans | 47 Soul | Sheelanagig | Beans On Toast | The Correspondents | Nuala Honan | Nick Mulvey | Honeyfeet | Reeps One | Dizraeli and the Small Gods | Annie Bea Band | Gecko | London Afrobeat Collective | Kasai Masai | Tell Tale Tusk | Nkomba | Dom Aversano | Broken Brass Ensemble | Auclair | Deep Throat Choir | Benin City | Hollie Holden | Deep Throat Choir | Lyrix Organix | The Homegrown Collective and many more.
Cock & Bull is a small festival, but that doesn’t mean that we scrimp on the fun and thought-provoking. As with previous years, we’ll be packing our beautiful farm with fantastic stages and areas for your festival pleasure…
The Lambing Shed AKA The Main Stage
This is the festival’s main stage and it’s also home to the main bar. If you want to be in the heart of the festival then here it is. Our headliners will be playing here and you’ll be dancing here! This is where it all kicks off, but there’s plenty more to explore…
The Full Circle Stage
The Full Circle stage is tucked away at the top of the festival with some of the best views you’ll see all weekend, if you don’t include the fancy dress parade. Here you can enjoy a full programme of live acoustic music and workshops. Take part or lay back and listen as you enjoy that view.
The Stone Barn
Got some skanking feet that need to keep moving? Powered by the Grand Union Sound system, the Stone Barn is the place to go if you want to throw some shapes- any time of the day.
Cider and singalongs around the piano- do we need to say anymore?