A small festival packed with a big punch. Curry Rivel Live is in its 7th year and this 2 day micro festival is a sure fire way to kick start your festival season.
Saturday 15th June 2019 is the main event with live music from 1pm through until midnight. This festival is famous for it's wide repertoire of music including local and international musicians in genres such as Country & Western, Samba, Rock, Soul, Rock n Roll, Reggae, Dance and Chart topping music. And that's not all! Surrounding the festival is a selection of stalls, kids area with circus workshops, face-painting, inflatable rides, walk around characters and a children's craft area run by Apple Tree's of Curry Rivel. This festival has everything you need for a fantastic day out with family & friends. Of course for the adults we have returning the Blue Ridge Runners with their American Classic cars & Bikes, our famous long top bar and hot food, teas, coffees and cakes served all day along with the fantastic line up announced below.
Line Up: Filta — The Haus Band — Break Beat Bandits — Flic Keirle & Jamie Witt — The Ohmz — The Champions — Wrecking Ball — Jack Humphries — FACEBOOK COMP WINNER — Samuel Cockram — Champion Music Group SHOWCASE
Then the fun continues on Sunday 16th June with 'Picnic in the Park'. Bring your own *picnic and enjoy with family and friends whilst you relax and be entertained by 'Wessex Big Band' playing a range of popular Swing, Jazz and Big Band hits from 1930's to the present day. A perfect way to celebrate Father's Day!
To get your festival season going grab your tickets NOW online — https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/curry-rivel-live-2019-ticket
Tickets available for the weekend and both individual days.
Other tickets outlets announced shortly.
* Picnic i.e food and drink can only be brought on site during the Sunday. We do not allow food or drink to be brought on site during the Saturday event.
Unfortunately there is no overnight camping available onsite. There are several campsites located with 5 miles of the site.
We operate a challenge 25 policy throughout the site.
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