You can Expect a fun filled weekend with 10 of the UK’s best Tributes as well as some of Suffolk’s finest acts fully Live on stage
💚💚💚2019Line Up 💚💚💚
💚MICHAEL JACKSON by edward
💚QUEEN by real magic
💚LITTLE MIX by ultimate mix
💚PHIL COLLINS by Andrew Rafferty
💚GARY BARLOW by jon fisher
💚PALOMA FAITH by amazing faith
💚BUBLÈ by mike appleton
💚ABBA by abba stars
💚JONNY CASH by jax&co
💚BOB MARLEY by the marley revival
💚PLUS VERY SPECIAL GUESTS – DJ LUCK & MC NEAT
💚THE DRIVE INN’s
with a Great ‘FOOD OFFER, LICENSED BARS & ‘Kidzone’. Supporting & Showcasing local Suffolk businesses, vendors, organisations ..
The Venue will be at The Academy, home of the HomeGrown Festival in Barrow with their amazing facilities :-
• Safe & Secure On site EVENT PARKING
• Built in TOLIETS & Washroom Facilities
Suffolk Academy is set in 8 acres of sports and recreation facilities and has two campsites, the ‘glamping’ site and the camp site.
The campsite is set within the main festival area so you can see all the action and be involved from the comfort of your motorhome, campervan or tent (no caravans). These have electric hook up and are 10m x 8m with some slightly smaller. The cost of these pitches for the three nights (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) are £100. Full weekend only. They are limited in number so first come first served.
Also on the Glamping site is family camping no all male/female groups allowed. These are large pitches for families but with no electric and the cost is £70 for the weekend per pitch also limited to first come first served.
The camp site is only 50m from the main site but not visible and form the festival area. A 5m x 5m pitch with no electric is £35 for a single night or £60 for the weekend (3 nights)
Smaller pitches are also available 3m x 3m for smaller tents with no electric at £25 for one night or £50 for the weekend
From 4pm on the Friday if coming for the weekend. If arriving on the Saturday arrivals from 10am and to leave by 10am on the Sunday if only doing one night. If arriving Sunday from 11am (to let the departures get out) and leave by 11am on the Monday.
There are 16 mains flush executive toilets on site for the festival and camping (no portaloos) with outside sinks and hot water for washing. No showers available
Cars can drop off equipment next to the camp site but must then park in the car park. No cars are allowed on the camp site at all.
BBQ’s and FIRES
Due to safety regulations no BBQ’s or Fires are permitted in the camp site however a small BBQ area will be set up to allow cooking there
NUMBER OF TICKETS FOR SALE
As we need to gauge the number of tickets sold and car parking we will start with:
Camping with electric x 8
Camping with no electric x 5
Camp site 5m x 5m pitches x 20
Camp site 3m x 3m pitches 20
We can increase these as we see the ticket sales growing.
No alcohol or food at all to be allowed from the camp sites into the festival sites. All persons may be subject to search by Security and may be asked to leave if attempt to break festival rules.
💚💚💚ON SITE CAR PARKING💚💚💚
PAY £3 ON THE GATE!
STALLS & FOOD VENDORS
Organisations to get involved
Local Volunteers & Stewards
Local Sponsors & Promotional partners
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💚💚💚💚💚TICKETS💚💚💚💚💚. Saturday, Sunday or Adult Weekend Tickets available! (16 Upwards) at £15 for 1 Day or £25 for both days. Children (6 to 15)At £7.50 for 1 day or £12.50 for both days & Kids 5 and under go free.
06:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Washing Machine proudly presents
BLUE MEAN EYES
ANIMAL NOISE are an experimental alt-rock trio from Colchester, who come with their own unique blend of raw and high energy soundscapes, born out of the question: “How big a wall of sound can three people create?” Theirs is a music that aims for the whole body, while equally fascinating the mind.
The band continuously and carefully craft a sound for you to lose yourself in both live and on record, with their releases catching the attention of BBC Introducing early on by Tom Robinson championing their debut single ‘Baddow’, eventually achieving ‘Introducing Song of the Week’ on BBC Radio 1. Follow up releases have had the regular support of BBC Radio 6music, Radio X and BBC Introducing, fondly airing the band’s latest offerings as their sound continues to morph, expand and evolve.
Blistering live performances have gained them a loyal fanbase, with the band playing from start to finish with intense, unapologetically ferocious energy. They’ve graced the stage of major festivals and venues including Green Man, Bestival, T in the Park, BST Hyde Park, Shambala, Boardmasters, Blue Dot and The Hammersmith Apollo.
Support comes from riff-dispensing power-pop heroes THE CATCH, anthemic alt-rock trio BLUE MEAN EYES, rather exciting new hook-heavy supergroup SWIMSUIT COMPETITION and high-octane, full swagger indie combo RED GLASS.
£4 cheap list if you join this event page
£4.40 advance: https://www.wegottickets.com/event/468485
All ages welcome (under-14s must be accompanied by a parent or carer)
Fully licensed bar – No I.D., No Alcohol
Venue address: The Hunter Club, 6 St Andrew’s Street South, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 3PH
Nearest car park: Robert Boby Trading Estate, IP33 3DH (5 minute walk)
Last train back to Ipswich/Stowmarket/Norwich leaves BSE 11.27pm.
Step free access is available, but if you have any enquiries about accessibility or facilities please contact club manager Nick Pooley on 01284 723101.
07:00 pm - 02:00 am
Homegrown Festival is proud to be the only festival exclusively supporting East Anglian Musicians. Held over 3 days, 2 stages, 40+ acts with camping on site. Our 6th annual festival will be here before we know it, and 2018 is set up to be our best year yet! This is where you will see the stars before they get big! Please support us and local live music.
Homegrown Music Festival will return to Barrow from 8th – 10th June for a long weekend of live music from the best of East Anglia’s signed and unsigned talent.
Enjoy a showcase of the local bands, with realistically priced food and drink available. As well as great music there’s activities such as yoga and art workshops.
Friday 8th – Campers Only!
Saturday 9th – Full On Festival Madness!
Sunday 10th – Chilled out and Free Entry!
Northern soul and Motown
07:00 pm - 12:00 am
Northern soul and Motown
Join us for another night of Northern soul and Motown with Robb Gibb.
All proceeds to the fund for Rowan who will be working with local communities in Vietnam doing anything from building houses or schools to teaching the local children English.
Music provided by Rob Gibb of Pure Rhythm Radio and WRFN 1025 Radio Northern Soul Shows
£5 on the door
The Hunter Club is a multi purpose venue, bar and event space for private hire, shows, comedy, Jazz, Drama and much more. Open Monday – Saturday
Comprising of three main rooms: The Main Hall, The Green Room and the bar. The venue is located a short walk from the town centre and we pride ourselves on being a free house and the best independent bar and venue in the area.
So whether you’re here for an evening drink in the bar with friends, a private party in one of our function rooms, a night of live music, or even a dance class, visiting us is always a great experience.