10 things not to miss at Valley Fest

So MUCH TO DO! SO MUCH TO SEE! Fear not, don’t be overwhelmed, let us hold your hand and point you towards some gems…

  1. Artists of your choice. Tip offs from our music team in terms of rising stars: Holyseuss Fly and Leah Weller. And also of course Eva Lazarus!
  2. A feast – Josh Eggleton has curated our food programme. We have top notch chefs from all of your favourite restaurants cooking or else doing a demonstration of some sort
    But if dining isn’t really your thing, you can check out our amazing traders here. Insects anyone?
  3. A treatment – we have got an enormous and I mean gigantic range of classes and gorgeous treatments on offer this year from Kanga Spa. From sacred sound to yoga flow, massage to meditation, reiki to reflexology, we’ve got it all. Not only that, the lovely Neals Yard Remedies will be providing all the gorgeous products in the spa. It’s all about balancing your mind, body and spirit. And you can earn some best-mate-brownie points at the same time. Because when you book a class or treatment for you and a friend, you’ll also get a gift from Neals Yard.
  4. Go and sit in the gigantic deckchair (kindly provided by Feel Good Drinks) and soak up the view. It’s hard to beat.
  5. A Community Farm tour – go and learn about the soil and wildlife – with whom we share the land
  6. The Fancy Dress competition – it’s inspired by Dolly Parton. To enter register at the info point before 13:00 on Sunday. It’s going to be EPIC.
  7. Lords of Lightning: simply a mind boggling show whereby the Lords dual with multi million volt bolts of lightning. Expect the sky to crackle and hairs to stand up on the back of your neck.
  8. The regen area – go and wander around the new area, sponsored by Yeo Valley. Learn about how vital the soil is to sustain us and what you can do to eat for a better future. Nothing is more important.
  9. Milk Poetry showcase: Featuring spoken word artists: Jasmine Gardosi, Saili Katebe, TS Idiot, Tom Meadley.
  10. Comedy – Marlon Davies “Live at the Apollo”, Sean Collins “Michael Macintyre Roadshow’ and Andy Askins “John Bishop Show” they all have numerous TV and Radio credits and all of the comics are hugely travelled and experienced. Please note this is for adults only.

Enjoy friends! Share your highlights and gems.