NEWSFLASH - New for 2018, our online store is now open! Visit it and pick yourself up some merch for the day of the festival!
Real Ales & Ciders
Sorry - Buckfest 2018 is now completely sold out.
There will be NO TICKETS on sale on the day.*
* Our licence conditions require everyone who attends Buckfest to have an entry wristband ticket, regardless of age; this includes babies in pushchairs, etc.
Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent / guardian.
See our terms and conditions for further details.
This year, the Buckfest Music Festival is supporting two great charities:
3 Pillars Feeding The Homeless supports homeless people in Peterborough, and would like to be able to serve other towns/cities in and around Cambridgeshire. They visit every Tuesday and Thursday giving out hot food and drink, clothing, sleeping bags, tents and basic personal hygiene products, usually helping between 60 - 80 people each visit.
Malcolm Whales died of Bowel Cancer in 2008. He was a keen fitness fanatic undertaking long distant walks. Following his death his son Damien set up The Malcolm Whales Foundation to support sufferers of and families coping with cancer. They make donations primarily near Huntingdon but where a good cause is identified have donated further afield.
Interested in performing at Buckfest? Apply through our online application form.
Friends of Buckfest are the lovely people and local companies who supply goods, services and sponsorship to help us run the festival each year. We couldn't run the festival without them.