Barn on the Farm: program, dates and tickets
The popular British independent music festival Barn on the Farm is gearing up for a return of indie hits and breakout stars.
Set in Gloucestershire at the storybook Over Farm, the weekend performance will promote a sense of community between artists and music lovers, and highlight the importance of collaboration and connection.
But who can you expect to see at Barn on the Farm and how do you get tickets?
Here’s everything we know.
When is Barn on the Farm 2023?
This year’s festival runs from Thursday 29 June to Sunday 2 July.
The three-day event will welcome dozens of artists and thousands of festival-goers.
The Barn on the Farm 2023 program
There is a headliner for every day. So far, Thursday’s headliner has been kept secret, but the remaining headliners on Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be Lizzy McAlpine, Bleachers and Holly Humberstone.
Other names to expect at the event include Dylan, The Staves, The Big Moon, Olivia Dean and The Academic, and Caity Baser, Wunderhorse, Cam Aspen, Thomas Heddon and Amber Run will also be in attendance.
The other artists in the line-up are:
- Rachel Chinouriri
- Adam Melchor
- Benjamin Francis
- Matilda man
- Lily Moore
- Red Rum Club
- Katie Gregson
- The Royston Club
- Etta Marcus
- Tommy Lefroy
- Conor Albert
- swimming school
- Michael Aldag
- Beren Olivia
- Nieve Ella
- Aine Deane
- Dolores forever
- parking spot
- farm band
- future utopia
- Jack Garratt
How to get tickets
Barn On The Farm tickets are currently on sale at the official website of the event.
Whilst tickets are sold out for both the Thursday event and the main weekend, music lovers can still snag tickets for the main weekend for £190pp, including entry and camping. Tickets for Saturday to Monday are also available for £150.
Those not interested in camping can opt for entry tickets, which cost £90 a day.
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