After much careful consideration and having given it many hours of thought, taking into account all factors, I have decided to postpone this year’s festival until next year.
This has not been an easy decision and it has kept me awake many a night, but the route out of lockdown is tricky.
Due to the size of our festival, with so much uncertainty around, and with many of our incredible acts and performers cancelling their European and World tours, it means myself and the team simply cannot make the Festival happen as we would have liked to.
As an advocate of the arts it’s hard to see another difficult year for musicians, artists and technicians, which is why I am committed to providing a platform for them in any way I can – and will do so instead this year with a summer series of smaller events in our Strawberry Fields Pub Garden.
In the meantime, I hope that you will look forward to Godstoneberry 2022 as much as I am.
Farmer Patrick – Flower Farm
Showcasing a generation-spanning lineup, at the heart of Flower Farm, Godstoneberry, embraces festival-goers of all ages.
An outdoor wonderland
This unique three-day festival plays host to a world of experiences, including an eclectic mix of live music and comedy, dedicated kids area, participatory workshops, and an incredible spread of artisan food and drink.
A festival on the farm
Held in the natural amphitheatre of the Surrey Hills, where the fields hum with music, Godstoneberry’s DIY spirit is celebrated through its eccentric blend of sunrise sets across the meadows – with each area carefully created to pique its audience’s interest.
A world of experiences
At this outdoor wonderland you can get in amongst it all, relax on the grass sipping something cold, or find yourself wandering through the farm’s stunning strawberry fields at sunset.