Described as "like being part of a secret society", it's hard to describe Beat-Herder to someone who hasn't been. Therefore we see only one option; join the awesome Beat-Herder madness and find out for yourself.
Beat-Herder is the kind of festival that makes us proud to be British. Come rain or shine in Lancashire, people return to the festival year on year because it's bonkers, barmy and brilliant.
It's bonkers because it caters for every kind of party taste without compromising on the party; if you want to rave, you can rave. If you want reggae and roots, you'll not be disappointed. If you want barmy activities and social intercourse, Beat-Herder provides.
In fact, if you want a tattoo souvenir of the festival (because let's face it you NEED a tattoo of your new mate Craig's face on your bum cheek), there's a tattoo shop on site. Anything goes. Herd 'em up!
Every year there is a new letter of the alphabet as a theme for fancy dress. If your spelling's not great, may we suggest watching some episodes of Sesame Street for inspiration. You're welcome.
How do I get there?
By train: The nearest train station is Clitheroe.
By bus: There is a regular bus service that passes the festival gates, the X80. This runs along the A59 from Preston in the West to Skipton out East. More info and timestables in the links below:
Local taxis can be contacted at:
Minibuses and coaches: 01254 672338
Clitheroe Taxis: 01200 444444
Burnley Taxis: 01282 777247
Accrington Taxis: 01254 388888
Adult Tier 2 Weekend Ticket - £131.50
Adult Tier 3 Weekend Ticket - £144.70
Adult Tier Weekend Ticket - £158.00
Youth (age 13-17) Weekend Ticket - £90.40
Child (age 2-12) Weekend Ticket - £27.50
Infants (under 2) - £0.00
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets available from the website.