Barn on the Farm, 4- 7 July 2019

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Are you allowed to have a favourite festival? The answer is sadly that you probably shouldn’t, but if we were compiling a list of our favourites Barn on the Farm would certainly be on the list!

Nestled amidst ostrich patches and pig houses, the farm atmosphere of Gloucester based Barn on the Farm offers a real escape. In pure transcendence the farm becomes a music lovers paradise, a familial ethos that never disappoints.

The location is a golden paradise, and the line-up isn’t bad either! Celebrating its 10thyear of existence, Barn on the Farm pulled in some heavy hitters including a trio of headliners that include Sam Fender, Maggie Rogers, and Lewis Capaldi. Rogers and Capaldi are no strangers to the Birmingham Live family, we have had the pleasure of hearing their sets this year and are excited to see their electricity displayed on a festival stage.

Celebrating singer songwriter talent Sea Girls, Marsicans, Zac Abel, Youngr, and Lily Moore return to the Farm, making us excited to catch another one of their sets. Fresh faces will also flood the stages and we can’t wait to catch sets by Jade Bird, Vistas, Kawala, and Swim Deep.

Barn on the Farm offers the blissfully charged festival feel that has come to typify our summer calendars. Their 10thanniversary lineup is stellar, with old and new intermingling to create a standout list of epic artists.

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