The second Corston Fields Festival takes place at Corston Fields Farm on Saturday 16 June 2018. The gates open to the public at 12:00 sharp (noon) and we hope that you will join us for a fantastic day out with fun for all the family.
The inaugural Corston Fields Festival took place in June 2017, and we welcomed more than 1,000 visitors through the gates.
There is plenty of parking available on site, and preferential parking closest to the festival site is reserved for disabled visitors. Please follow the road signs and the directions from our parking attendants on the day.
Early Bird Tickets are available to buy via the website, but tickets will also be available on the gate. Please note that the online pricing is preferential and that you will save money by ordering online.
There will be a variety of food traders at Corston Fields Festival and there are plenty of options to suit a variety of diets. As a fundraising festival for charity, we ask that you purchase alcohol from our licensed bar and that you do not bring your own alcohol onto the site, we will confiscate any alcohol brought in from the outside. The prices at the bar are very reasonable and will beat those you are likely to pay at your local!
Adults will enjoy listening to the live music, participating in the sock wrestling, some of the games, and of course perusing the various goods available from our many traders on the day. Younger visitors will delight in the enormous soft play area with games, disco, foam parties and slime stations provided by Super Pirates.
We also have a number of games and rides available to enjoy at a competitive price of £1.00-£2.00 per go. Token cards are available for purchase at the gate and bar at £10 for 15 tokens (tokens can be redeemed against rides and games only and have a face value of £1 per token. Please note that no refunds will be given for unused tokens).
The festival takes place at Corston Fields Farm, Corston, BA2 9EZ. Please follow the signs for parking as you arrive.
All profits from this year’s Corston Fields Festival will be donated to Friends of Marksbury School (PTA), registered charity number 1046010. The charity works tirelessly to raise much needed funds to support extracurricular activities and equipment purchases for Marksbury CofE Primary School, a small rural primary school in North East Somerset.
A full refund will be offered for tickets purchased online in the event that the festival is cancelled. All online ticket sales are otherwise final.