Goren Festival 2019 – It’s happening at Goren Farm, Stockland, Devon, EX14 9EN, dates tbc…
Set in 70 acres of picturesque wildflower meadows, the Goren Festival features live music from some fantastic bands as well as trade stands, educational stands, crafts and activities for kids. It promotes nature, wildlife and sustainability in a safe, natural environment and is perfect for families with younger children. Camping and campervan pitches, locally grown food, drink and performers! Featuring plenty of relaxation or dancing opportunities!! This is a fundraising event with proceeds going to several local charities which can be nominated at the event.
A sample of what will be on offer on Saturday – Forest School activities, Bug Hunting, Archery, Sound Garden, Circus Skills workshop, Science experiments, Face painting, Henna Tattooing, Leaf flag making, Pottery, Hay Jumping & Storytelling. Live Music from 2 pm.
Artisan trade stands. Food stalls to cater for all tastes. Well stocked bar. Camping.
Some of the lovely comments we’ve had about the 2018 festival:
“So much character, charm and entertainment. An incredible job by the organisers to pull together such a fantastic festival that is well and truly established on the festival calendar. There were so many highlights – Owen Leo Moore’s performance in the Meadow Tent, Indian Man, Grace Gillan, Jake Miller and Jess McAllister.
Ewan McLennan. Really all the performers.
Thank you Goren – x” Nicole
“So many beautiful memories especially the moon on Friday night, the bat walk, the acoustic bar sessions, the gin and my 8yr daughter flossing on the main stage on Saturday. We all had a blast. Same again next year please x” Kate
“We had a fabulous time ! The tractor ride – super fun ! The kids loved the bat walk and watermelon when asked 😛
We all loved the circus activities and laughed so much at my poor barn dance skills. I loved the music on the barn stage. I’ll be seeing you again next year !” Mary
“Seriously, thanks so much to everyone who created such an ace festival in deepest darkest Dev! When I get to Monday and my face still hurts from laughing and I feel like I might have slipped another disc, I KNOW, it’s been a bl**dy good weekend! I will transport myself back to the early hours of that morning in the Goren Arms if ever I get the blues. Pure gold” Sophie
“Watching Owen, eyes wide on the banjo – wow.
Dancing to Stompin’ Dave – incredible!
Seeing the orange full moon rise over the fields
Sunbeams the Sunbeams Juice Bar – officially now my favourite ever festival caterer
Mandala drawing – my favourite activity, great that adults could go and be creative too. Have dreamt of creative crafts and arts festival stalls before.
Indian Man – bl**dy lovely. Offering the incredible dancing girls an LP – they were the happiest little girls on the planet.
So many more great memories. Thank you, thank you” Emma
Gates open at 3 pm on Friday.
Last entrance is 9 pm. Gates re-open at 8 am on Saturday.
Last orders are at midnight and camp site closes at 5 pm on Sunday
Admission prices are:
Child 5-16 years, must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Under 5s are free.
Car parking this is to provide security and lighting for car parking areas for your safety and so we can plan capacity.
Strictly no pets, glass or caravans on site please.
Many thanks for the help provided by: