Information for the Summer Moon festival in 2019 will be on this page in Spring 2019. 

This is the information we published for our 2018 festival.

2018 FESTIVAL INFORMATION BEGINS (subject to change for the 2019 festival)

All tickets for the Beer and Music festival (22-23 June 2018) are sold on the gate.

Cash only please.

We are a small (but beautifully formed) local community festival, run by volunteers.
Friday 22 June (5pm – 11pm)
Friday evening entrance: £6 per person (for all ages)

Saturday 23 June (11am – 11pm)
All day entrance: £10 per person. For ages and concessions see below:-

Until 4pm : £10 for age 16+ and £5 for ages 12 – 15s
After 4pm : £10 for all ages
CAMRA members entry price : £7 (all day, Saturday 23 June). This discounted price applies to CAMRA members on presentation of a valid membership card.
Under 12s are free, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

£2 each or 3 for £5, 6 for £10, 9 for £15 and so on……

What do your tokens buy?  Information on the measures and tokens for wine and Prosecco is also on the wine page.

TokensBeer and Cider Wine
1 TokenHalf a pint of beer or ciderN/A
2 Tokens1 pint of beer or ciderOR125ml of wine
3 Tokens250ml of wine
200ml Prosecco

Glasses: no free glasses…..

… the interests of the environment and to save wastage.  You may use your own Summer Moon pint or half-pint plastic glass from previous years (but not any made of actual glass or any other plastic glasses).    Summer Moon pint glasses have the measures for half pint and full pint on the side.  Summer Moon half-pint glasses have the measures for 125ml and 250ml (wine measures) as well as for half a pint on the side.  As a general rule, for safety reasons, no glass of any description is allowed on the festival site.  For additional information, see the sections on Glass and Glasses on our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Starter pack1 glass and 2 tokens£5
Replacement glassPlease go to Point of Sale. 1 token

Just a few words about entrance prices…..
We wish to continue running the festival in its current format – but everything comes with a cost. Even with a huge staff of willing volunteers, help from the local community, generous business sponsorship and the occasional supplier discount, it costs over £35,000 to run the festival each year. On every day of the festival you can continue to enjoy a high standard of organisation, entertainment and facilities in a safe, family friendly environment.

Please note that there is a strict under 18 policy. Young people and families are most welcome, under 16's must be accompanied by a parent/responsible adult.
Challenge 25 will operate at this festival, so if you are 25 years or under please bring a valid ID with you - no ID, no alcohol. Please do not be offended if asked about your age.