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Jelly Festival

Jelly Festival

Jelly Festival


The Felice Brothers, Roni Size, Alex Metric, Jakwob, Lucy Rose, Admiral Fallow, Allister Whitehead, 14th, Gypsy Hill, Swing Zazou,
Solko, Killamonjambo, Lois and the Love, The Jar Family, B.I.D, Chasing Tigers, Tom Pearce and Red Oktober.

Plus, the Jelly Monster, a kid’s field with rides and a fun fair, music workshops, puppet making workshops and a family campsite and much more!

Fun, colourful, diverse and full of personality, the Jelly Festival breaks the mould. This year it celebrates its fifth birthday and returns to Norfolk on 17th and 18th August with a Mercury Music prize winner, cult American band, interactive games, workshops and oodles and spoonfuls of fun. Just be prepared to eat and see a lot of jelly!

The Jelly Festival includes a line-up of some of the biggest names and emerging talent on the music scene, including Mercury prize winning Roni Size, renowned for being one of the founding fathers of Drum and Bass and a true giant in the dance music scene and American band The Felice Brothers with their mud stomping, washboard thrashing folk.

Promising a ‘Banquet of Sound’ and summer entertainment, the Jelly mix includes Folk, Indie, Funk, Soul, Reggae, Swing, Balkan, Disco House, Electro, DnB and Dubstep to keep people wobbling to the beats of the latest sounds all day long. Alex Metric with his body popping electro and Lucy Rose’s acoustic loveliness are highlights not to be missed!

Spread out over eight acres in the grounds of Compton Hall in the un-spoilt North Norfolk Countryside, the Jelly House Party with a living room main stage, kitchen banqueting area, bedroom big top bar, reggae rumpus room, play room and summer house cocktail bar will ensure people feel right at home! Each room is allocated to a different stage or area within the festival.

Alongside the massive acts and performances, there’s an array of family and children’s entertainment, workshops, film, food and interactive games.

Whether you want to be a happy camper or just come along for a day of uncensored fun, music and adventure, the Jelly Festival has it all.

Friday 17th August is ideal for people travelling from further afield who want to see the best of what the county has to offer and locals who want to make a weekend of it. North Norfolk is abound with stunning countryside and is close by to stunning beaches, including Wells-next-the-Sea (8 miles).

The campsite on the Friday opens at 19:00 and is an ideal opportunity to get to know your neighbours and enjoy some circus performance, acoustic acts and a movie ready for the opening of the main arena on the Saturday.

Ben Gardner, organiser of the Jelly Festival said: “The Jelly Festival is a music festival that breaks the mould. I’m a keen festival goer and noticed there was a gap in the market for an event that would appeal to a wide audience and accommodate families, whilst still having musical integrity. I wanted to create a festival that is reflective of the old country fayres that bring the community together, whilst giving people a chance to perform and sell their produce. Jelly holds these traditional elements but with high end production, mountains of decor and big acts that have travelled globally. There’s something to suit everyone and is a great place to bring the kids. This year is our fifth year and we are going to create the most incredible festival experience to date. The Jelly Monster may even be making an appearance too!"

The 2012 festival in Fakenham, Norfolk is raising money for Rebecca’s Wishes.

Friday 17th August - Campsite opens at 19:00 hosting acoustic music, performance and a film.
Saturday 18th August - The main arena opens at 09:30. Music on the main stage till midnight, other venues close at 04:30. There will be 5 stages of music, circus performance, workshops and interactive games. The kids area will include workshops, activities and rides throughout the day.
Day and camping tickets are available:

£29.50 Saturday Day, £44.50 Saturday Day + Camping, £49.50 Friday night and all Saturday. 12’s and under go free.

Tickets are available now. To book tickets visit www.jellyfestival.com or go to www.facebook.com/jellyfestival. Follow us @JellyFestival.

Plus buy tickets from www.jellyfestival.com and get ten tickets for the price of nine.

For a full list of artists appearing please visit www.jellyfestival.com

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