The reggae-breaks-jungle mashup and gangster-swaggering festival favourite is arguably the biggest act we have ever signed as headliners. Spanning an 18 year career in music Dub Pistols has worked with heroes like The Specials, Madness, Busta Rhymes and Gregory Isaacs. Front man Barry Ashworth started the band because he loved the Happy Mondays – and never looked back, morphing the band into a mighty reggaematic bass-driven, super-tight live machine that has steadily won fans from Glastonbury to Bestival and across Europe. The Happy Mondays tweeted recently that the Dub Pistols were the best live band they’d seen in years.
With over 25 other acts to be announced soon our annual ‘Party in the Park’ is planned to be bigger and better than ever in 2016. Read more...
Alresford Music Festival celebrates its seventh festival in 2016 and with six years under our belt, we wanted to let you know just what a difference your support has made to many deserving charities; all thanks to the money raised from sponsorship and tickets sales. AMF has grown since 2010 from a few hundred hardy festival goers to a record 3,250 people in 2015... Read more...
On Saturday 6th June 3,250 festival-goers were welcomed into Arlebury Park for the sixth Alresford Music Festival. That’s around 30% more of you than 2014, over a thousand more of you to see 25 bands perform and to enjoy the sun and all the festival fun.
We’ve had lots of fantastic feedback as music lovers, campers and artists alike all enjoyed the great atmosphere throughout the day, the variety of things to see and do around the festival and of course the great live music. It was an infectious mix and being able to stay over in the new campsite allowed more of you than ever to enjoy the festival ‘spirit’!
Camping is available on the festival site, Arlebury Park, which is set in beautiful countryside overlooking the south downs. Access to the campsite is available from 4pm on Friday 10th June (Friday camping is FREE for tents and only valid if you buy a camping ticket for Saturday night as well). The campsite closes at noon on Sunday afternoon, PLUS hot breakfasts will be available on the festival site on Sunday morning. There is plenty of FREE parking in our main car park. This year we also have a motorhome and camper van site available just 600m away from the festival site (but there are limited spaces, so book early!).
We are pleased to announce additional FREE shuttle bus services now from both WINCHESTER and ALTON train stations dropping off only a minutes walk away from the festival site. We are delighted to add this environmental friendly service to the festival, and extend the ethos of a ‘walk to’ festival from the local area. With trains running late into Saturday night, this FREE service really opens up the festival to a much wider audience.