Festival Time ~ Audio Farm

We are no strangers to festival life, the kiddos have been going for years to varying different ones, and they really love it when festival season rolls back around. This year we are adding in a new-to-us festival – Audio Farm at the end of the month.

Audio Farm Festival is proudly a non-profit, non-corporate organism that funds the work of The Green Paw Project with its profits.  This incredibly worthy cause works hard towards creating a better existence for maltreated animals in third world countries. The Green Paw message is entrenched in the entire festival.

We have friends who have been before, both to Audio Farm and to One Tribe Festival and have told me how much fun it is, and what a fabulous festival it is. They have a vast array of amazing bands, artists and DJ’s, playing music from all corners of the world.  From sun-kissed House beats on the Sundance Stage and clinical Techno pulses in Home of the Drum, to sporadic breaks and rattling subs in the Depths of Bass, and the psychedelic beats of The Trip. The line up includes Carl Craig, DJ Sneak, and Surgeon – the full line up can be found over here.

I’m probably most excited to spend some time at the Mandala Stage and The Nest, where there will be eclectic bands, world musicians, vocal acrobats and solo sirens alongside drumming collectives, circus performers and fire dancers, colouring the day and illuminating the night.

There are various craft workshops to take part in – everything from making furniture to making fancy dress costumes! A healing space where you can do yoga, meditate, take part in a gong bath, have a massage and so much more.

It looks like a really kiddo-friendly festival too, with a dedicated kids area open from 7am until 7pm with workshops, circus skills, games, face painting, yoga, slacklines…. so much to do, my kiddos are going to have THE best weekend I’m sure!

The festival is located at Hopton Court, in Kidderminster, from the 30th August until the 3rd of September. It’s a small festival, with only around 1500 tickets being sold – I love festivals this size with my kiddos, as they are small enough for me to be able to give them freedom and let them explore the area without me.

Tickets are still available to buy HERE, though there are only a limited number left, so hurry! Under 14’s go free, 15-17 year olds are just  £37.80 and adult weekend tickets cost £131.25.

Have you been before or are you going this year? I would love to hear what you think of Audio Farm!

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