WE ARE SORRY TO SAY THAT...UNFORTUNATELY DUE TO FORESEEN ISSUES WITH SOUTH HAMS LICENSING/ POLICE THE FESTIVAL IS CANCELLED - please contact the bar for refunds. Paypal refunds will be made directly. Keep an eye out for next year's festival details which will be announced at the end of this year, bigger and better.

21st, 22nd 23rd August

Bringing the vibe of the B&R to a special, secret site in the rolling South Hams countryside. This exclusive 3 day festival will provide quality music, ethical locally sourced food & drinks (extra), interactive workshops and a MASSIVE party spirit to an uninterrupted magical spot.

With a selection of some of our favourite DJ's and bands we're taking the party off grid and into the wild!

We're constantly adding to the line-up but so far it includes:
- Audio Club Dakkar (AfroBeat / World)
- François Parker
- Crow Puppets
- Louise Parker (Jazz)
- Kid Salvador (Global Groove)
- DJ Justice
- DJ Mark Arnold (Eclectic / World Beats)
- Music workshops, yoga and yoga dance!

Set in a luxury and eco-friendly site, with flowing streams to cool down and chill out in, compost toilets and showering facilities as well as a sumptuous hot tub (extra charge).

Off grid dreaming meets Bread and Roses partying!

Only 100 tickets available. Exact location to be revealed nearer the time to help keep this secret festival exclusive.

We ask all guests that wish to attend to be responsible for themselves (and children) and by treating this stunning natural location with the respect it deserves so that we can make this happen again.

£50 for a weekend ticket including all entertainment!
1-day-and-night ticket £20.
Car pass £10.

Kids over 10 are half price.

Tickets available in Plymouth at The Bread and Roses and also via Stephanie Bailey in Totnes

PLEASE CAR SHARE - PARKING EXTREMELY LIMITED DUE TO ITS SECLUDED & WILD LOCATION! Taxi for Totnes costs £10.00-£12.00 and we would love you to use that option instead of bringing a car - plus it is cheaper; why not offer or ask for rides on this page?

Due to the natural setting dogs unfortunately cannot attend.