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Small and friendly festival in a ‘hidden valley’ in Herefordshire, where everything from raucous punk and alt-folk to sophisticated electronica help get the party started.
A family-run festival with a big heart and block-rocking beats, Nozstock makes the most of a winning mix of rural Herefordshire scenery, eight well-stocked main stages and a friendly, inclusive feel that keeps people of all ages coming back year after year.
Centered around the ‘Hidden Valley’ arena, you can catch films, comedy and experimental theatre while you’re not getting down to an eclectic mix of musical styles on stages spread throughout the grounds.
While you won’t find huge names playing mega stages at Nozstock, the lineup’s all about getting the party started, whether you’re turned on by rock, drum and bass or hip hop.
Noz is the dairy farmer who set up the festival, and whose grounds the event’s held on – the whole family mucks in, so look out for them while you’re there.
How do I get there?
Travelling by Car: We’re 30 minutes from the M5 Junction 7, via the Worcester ring road, and from the M50 Junction 2, via Ledbury.
Car Share: Go Car Share
Using the free shuttle: There is a free shuttle bus that runs from the centre of Bromyard (The Conquest Theatre car park, Tenbury Road) to the drop-off point at Bromyard Rugby Club, and on to the Festival site, that runs every 20 minutes throughout the opening hours of the festival.
Travelling by Train: The closest train stations to Nozstock are in Hereford and Worcester.
Travelling by Bus: Local buses also run from Hereford and Worcester to Bromyard Pump Street bus stop.
Travelling by Coach: Specially organised coaches run from Worcester Shrub Hill and Hereford Train Station to the festival site.
Travelling by Bike: Cycling to Nozstock The Hidden Valley is easy, and a great way to see the beautiful countryside. There is a warm welcome and secure bicycle parking waiting for you. To make it even more tempting, Nozstock offers 1 free ticket to the organiser of a group of 4 cyclists traveling from 15 miles away or more.
Tier 2 Adult Weekend Thursday arrival: £115
Tier 2 Adult Weekend Friday arrival: £105
Tier 2 Teen Weekend Thursday arrival: £95
Tier 2 Teen Weekend Friday arrival: £85
On-the-gate Adult Weekend Thursday arrival (subject to availability): £130
On-the-gate Adult Weekend Friday arrival (subject to availability): £120
Child aged 12 and under: Free
When can I get them?
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Where can I get them?
Tickets are available via the website.