SOMERSTOCKOne day Family Friendly Music Festival

Somerstock is a one-day family friendly music festival in the heart of Somerset, raising money this year for Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance and other local charities. It is run as part of Somerton Music and Arts Festival comprising 10 days of music and cultural events in Somerton.

The Somerstock site is on the edge of the town of Somerton, with on-site parking and camping available. In addition to the 11 live bands (and silent disco) providing continuous music from 11am to 11:30pm, there are children’s activities, retail stalls, food stalls and bars.

Joining headline act for 2022 is, The Hoosiers on the outdoor stages will be Alex Lipinski who delighted festival goers in 2021, popular artist Bess Atwell, AC/DC’s Chris Slade with a timeline of his music, Ska from the Decatonics and high energy from Nick Parker and the False Alarms; once described as ‘A British Arcade Fire’.

The festival also includes a celebration of ELO music from the Explosive Light Orchestra, reggae from the South West’s Irie Fire, folk rock from local band Kindred, the eclectic and atmospheric Shoun Shoun and the fabulous Young Martyrs, who will open the show.

We have wide range of ticketing options, with a good value for money family ticket and children under 12 go free. Please see our website for all the details and local regulations, to buy tickets or to ask us any questions.

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Children under 12 go free.

Yes, limited camping is available on site, so please book as early as you can.

Unfortunately the site rules do not allow dogs.

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