Boars Bridge Festival 2017. Put it in your diary! 23rd 24th 25th June 2017. Confirmed acts so far: Mike Silver, Two Coats Colder (Ray Taylor and Anna Bass) and John Buckley! This year we raised a fabulous £9474.00. Let's see what we can do next year!!!!!
All done for another year!
And what a great festival it was!
Not long to go! In addition to the Carole King tickets we will have our usual raffle over the weekend and some lovely friends have donated tickets for Farnborough Airshow as the top prize!
If you missed Lynne and Mike’s appearance on BBC Radio Berkshire you can catch it here (until 17 July): http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03x4n63
The dates and times for the performances are now available on the Programme page.
Fantastic prize draw this year! Thanks to one of our supporters we have two priority entry tickets to Carole King in Hyde Park (3rd July) up for grabs. Tickets are available now and the winner will be drawn at the festival. Tickets are £1 each or £10 per book. If you can sell some for us please let Lynne know and she will post some to you!! 2nd and 3rd prizes are family passes to The Watercress Line.
Tickets for Boars Bridge are available now! £20 weekend, £15 Saturday only, £10 Sunday only. £10 per pitch for camping. Send cheque made payable to L Whiteland and a stamped addressed envelope to the address on the contacts page.
More acts confirmed. See the Programme page for a full list.
Putting together the Boars bridge programme for 2016 this week. Two more new faces will be entertaining us over the weekend - the Tremblers featuring Bob McGhee and The Red Lion Ukulele Club from Hertfordshire.
Confirmed acts so far are: The Mark Nelson Trio, Two Coats Colder, John Buckley, Mike Krabbers, John Cee Stannard and Blues Horizon, Jim McLean, Kelly's Aye, Beers Law, Terry St clair, Steve Donnelly, Two Oak Sons and The Stomping Nomads.
About the festival
Boars Bridge Festival is a Charity music festival held over a weekend each year in mid-June.
The 3 day event is held in the lovely grounds of Boars Bridge House near Tadley, Hampshire and although it is a relatively small festival the atmosphere is always lively and fun.
It is greatly appreciated the artists who waive their fees and expenses and it all adds to the much-needed funds! Also thanks to the many volunteers and suppliers who help make the festival such a success!
In addition to the music on the main stage there is a “Buskers Corner” in the bar / traders tent for anyone who feels the need to burst into song!
We have, of course, the necessary BEER from the Rebellion Beer Co. and sell snacks and food.
We have therapists on site as usual to do indian head massage, reflexology and reiki.
For those of you who wish to stay overnight, (which is highly recommended!) we have an area alongside for camping. Campervans can also be accommodated.