Words by Liv Rook
Barn on the Farm festival is celebrating their 10thanniversary this year on the days of 4th-7thof July which will be held at Over Farm that is just outside of Gloucester.
‘Bringing New Music Together’ is pasted on their social media and they’ve got that right. Their line-up this year consists of a range of upcoming artists such as Lewis Capaldi, Maggie Rogers, Maisie Peters, Easy Life and many more.
The festival is showcasing artists that are in the soul, alternative, indie and pop genres. In previous years they’ve held incredible line-ups, including artists such as Tom Misch, Oh Wonder, Hozier, Ed Sheeran- who are all currently smashing the music industry with their talent.
The festival offers a range of ticket choices: ‘Intimate Thursday,’ ‘Behind Barn Doors,’ General Admission and a Saturday and Sunday day ticket for locals. This is a clear selling point for the festival, as it allows music lovers a choice of the line-up and gives a weekend option for those who can’t miss work days.
If you’re planning to travel by car, the car park is free of charge with all the ticket choices. Not only that, but the festival is family-friendly and tickets for children under the age of 10 are free with a paying adult. If you’re planning a festival post-A levels, then Barn on the Farm is one of few festivals that allows you to bring your own alcohol (if it’s cased in non-glass containers.)