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.
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.
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.
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.