Saturday 29th August 2015
Doors open at midday; music begins at 1pm
Now in its fourth year, Enfield’s very own music festival Livestock returns once again, promising a wealth of local musical talent. Whether you’re kicking back at the Woodland Blues Stage or relaxing to acoustic folk in the Black Barn, this year’s Livestock promises to be our biggest and best yet.
With 20 fantastic bands on the line-up, the day will deliver something for everyone. Bands include: The Kubricks and The Silencerz, who both guarantee to bring some ska-stomping, brass-honking fun to the Feel Good stage; The Trembling Wilburys, recreating the unique sound and style of George Harrison’s wonderband; and Doc K’s Blues Band, Dan Nash and the Custom Tones, who’ll all be bringing their own unique styles to the Woodland Blues stage. For the full festival line-up, visit the Livestock website here.
Our arts and crafty friends Art Start will be on hand to help you make their own musical instruments, while Little Mashers will be printing customised festival t-shirts. We’re also pleased to be welcoming back Gypsy Pyksy, who will be keeping little ones amused in the Circus Skills area.
All this and lots of delicious hot and cold food stalls, and Enfield’s The Old Bell running the bars.
The festival closes at 11pm, with last entry 9pm.
Tickets: Adults £10 in advance; £15 on the door; Children under 16yrs £5. Free for under 3 yrs.
Tickets are on sale from the Forty Hall Farm Shop or book online here.