The festival is a celebration of Gloucestershire, its landscape, its art, its music, its food and drink, its culture (both contemporary and traditional) and of course, its people. It’ll feature 100’s of attractions, including a Main Stage hosting 10 bands each day, the best music Gloucestershire has to offer, combined with headline acts from across the country. As well as large Performance Tent which will host acoustic music, poetry, comedy, children’s acts and much more.
There will also be a delicious locally produced food and drink stalls, a bar with a wide selection of real ales and ciders, and a vibrant craft market. There will also be arts and crafts workshops and exhibitions from local community groups, arts organisations and clubs. The entire 3 days will be packed with entertainment for children and adults, not just a bouncy castle (although we will have that too) but; painting, sculptures, model boat making, wood-crafts, performance arts, costumes, theatre, audience interaction, puppet shows and more. Genuinely interesting, educational and fun activities that both adults and children can engage in as well as the all the other stalls and attractions you might expect.
The festival will run from 12noon – 11pm, saturday 2nd – monday 4th June (with extra entertainment such as acoustic music and a silent disco for weekend ticket holders until 2am each day). Weekend ticket holders are given the opportunity to camp the friday, saturday, sunday and monday in a beautiful field adjacent to the arena.
The Hullabaloo Festival has ensured the event is priced extremely affordably, for more information regarding tickets or to book your ticket please visit www.hullabaloofestival.co.uk
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As well as providing both adults and children with high quality entertainment we also aim to support and promote local community groups, clubs and associations in the area with particular emphasis on (but not limited to) live music, arts and performance arts. We will also be raising funds for a brilliant local charity 'Artshape' who work with individuals, communities and organisations to combat exclusion from the arts, with a particular focus on working with adults facing barriers to participation.
The Hullabaloo Festival will be a sustainable festival, maximising the use of reusable/recyclable/bio- degradable products wherever possible. Recycling waste wherever possible, disposing of non-recyclable waste in a responsible way and encouraging visitors, performers and contractors to do the same. We will also provide and encourage the use of public transport to and from the event and wherever possible source all products, services and equipment locally.