This small festival offers a break from the mainstream crowds yet still provides the goods.
The 'goods' in this case being great music (including some big name acts, often before they hit their stride), local food and pukka plonk.
It all takes place on Over Farm, with stages mostly spread across numerous barns (hence the cryptic name), with a big old main stage for the larger acts.
What started as a small festival of only a couple of hundred pissed people on a farm has now grown into something a lot bigger. But not too big. Just right, in fact.
You might bump into a couple of farm animals throughout the weekend. Including ostriches. Yes, ostriches. Leave them alone yeah?
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How do I get there?
Over Farm is located on the A40 about 2 miles from the centre of Gloucester.
Head along the A40 towards Ross on Wye from Gloucester and the farm can be seen on the right hand side a few hundred yards after the roundabout with the A417. Entrance to the festival will be next to the Farm Market building.
Over Farm is roughly 2 miles from Gloucester train station, which is well served from Cheltenham, Bristol, Birmingham and Cardiff.
There is no dedicated shuttle bus to the festival, but the site is served by frequent buses from Gloucester Bus Station (over the road from the train station).
Taxis work out at a couple of pounds and can be picked up at the train station.
Stagecoach run multiple buses past the farm throughout the day. Services 24/24A, 30/31 and 32/33 can be picked up at Gloucester Bus Station in the city centre.
Whilst there are several buses on the Friday, Saturday and Monday, services are a little scarce on the sunday. Head over to the Stagecoach website for timetables and service updates.
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When can I get them?
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Where can I get them?
Tickets are available from the website.