Jul 2020

Robins Cook Farm

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The basics

One of the smallest weekend festivals in the country, the tiny field in Redhill still manages to attract some of the hottest bands from multiple scenes.

The festival

Attracting a relatively young audience, Redfest is perfect for testing the water if you’ve never been to a festival before. Without the worry of getting lost, the intimate festival provides a chilled atmosphere with some huge acts.


Focusing on music rather than side-attractions, Redfest has catered to a variety of tastes ever since it started in 2007. The festival has a great reputation for putting on acts destined for greatness such as Ed Sheeran, Bastille and Laura Marling, along with a rammed after-party in the silent disco.


If inoffensive singer songwriters and middle of the road indie bands aren’t for you and you want something a bit (or a lot) heavier, there’s the Total Uprawr Stage filled with the UK’s hottest hard rock and metal bands.


Our tip

No need to worry about packing too much as the carpark is only a three minute walk from the campsite. You can make a ton of trips back and forth without feeling exhausted.



Getting there

How do I get there?

Train: There is a shuttle bus that runs to and from Redhill Train Station to the festival site.





Three day weekend camping - £68

Two day weekend camping - £62

Friday day ticket - £36

Saturday day ticket - £36

Under 14's Weekend Camping - £35

When can I get them?

Tickets on sale now

Where can I get them?

Tickets will be available via the festival website.

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