Jul 2020

Stoke Park

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The basics

Running for over 20 years, Guilfest is renowned for being one of the most chilled out festivals you can pitch a tent at with the whole family. 

The festival

With previous lineups including artists such as Kool and the Gang, Boney M and…. Jedward? Guildford’s own GuilFest likes to showcase a bizarre mix of acts, but the crowd laps it up year after year.


If the main lineup isn't your thing, there’s plenty more on offer elsewhere at the festival. For the kids there’s the aptly named KidZone, where you can expect appearances from Peppa Pig and Postman Pat.


For the older, more grumpy teenagers there’s the Big Cheese Cave with a selection of rock and metal bands bound to scare away a Jedward fan or two. So, approach with caution. And as for the dads, there’s the Vive Le Rock stage where they can reminisce on their punk rock childhood.

One thing’s for sure, it's impossible to get bored at Guilfest, regardless of your age.

Our tip

Situated next door to the festival, take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool…providing the unpredictable British weather is on your side.



Getting there

How do I get there?

By car: The festival site is just a couple of miles off the the M25

By train: Guildford has two train stations. One in the town centre and one at London Road, which isn't the main line. The London Road station is just a five minute walk away from the festival site. Your best bet is to get a train to the main Guildford station and then one to London Road from there.






Adult weekend with camping: £120

Young person (12 - 17) weekend with camping: £85

Child (5 - 11) weekend with camping: £30

Adult day ticket: £35 - £40

Young person day ticket: £25 - £30

Child day ticket: £10

When can I get them?

Tickets on sale now

Where can I get them?

Tickets will be available via the festival website.

More info

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