June 2018

Alive & V-Dubbin Festival, Friday 8 June to Sunday 10 June, Haughley Park
Haughley Park, Haughley, Suffolk, IP14 3JY
#AliveVDubbin Its our 10th Birthday!! So we are planning a weekend long party for everyone.
So get yourselves to Alive & V-Dubbin an affordable family friendly festival.
Make a saving and BOOK camping tickets in advance by 28th May.
Take the stress out of camping and book a Bell Tent – Pay in 2 instalments.
Or you can camp in General, Quieter or Club Camping.
Theres loads going on for the whole family.
Camp or visit for the day, Hire Bell Tent, Live Music (from morning till night) Acoustic & Bands, Good Food, Licensed Beer Tent, Pimms & Cocktails Bar, Great Traders, Neverland Kids Area, Tots Tent, Kids Disco, Graffiti Workshops, Craft Workshops, Face Painting, Bouncy Castle, Drumming Workshops, Laser Tag, Archery, Skate Ramp, Woodland Walks, Alice In Wonderland Picnic Area ( Best Hat competition), Carnival party procession, Samba Band, Parade your Wagon, Fireworks Display, Competitions, Team Games, Charge & Chill Area, Silent Disco, Bike Show & Shine ( Norfolk Suffolk Retro Riderz), Junk Drumming Workshops, Autojumble, For Sale Area, Daily drive & Built not Bought VW Display (Sat), Show & Shine (Sun) & more…..

Homegrown Music Festival, Friday 8 June to Sunday 10 June
Suffolk Academy, Church Road, Barrow, Bury St Edmunds, IP29 5AX
We are a family friendly, affordable, and relaxed Music Festival that supports local musicians, local talent, and local businesses. We believe going to a festival shouldn’t cost the world, that coming together as a community matters, and that our local music scenes offer extraordinary talent that deserves to be showcased. We keep our prices low so everyone can enjoy our festival as an evening out or a weekend away. Adults 10.00, kids 5.00, under 5’s free

FolkEast Music Festival, August 17-19th
Glemham Hall, Woodbridge, IB13 0BT East Anglia’s fast-rising FolkEast is back for the seventh time this August, proving why it is nothing like other music festivals. The three day festival will return to the glorious 300-acre Suffolk estate of 16th century Glemham Hall, the home of Major Philip Hope-Cobbold, between August 17-19th.