The first ever walled garden music festival
Top bands from all over the country are set to descend on a rural Sussex hamlet for the inaugural Walled Garden Music Festival this summer. Set within the 2.6-acre walled garden of historic 18th-century Brightling Park, the stunning estate will host the two-day event on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 July.
The live music festival will primarily feature a blend of highly talented original and tribute bands including ‘3 Wise Men and a Virgin’ consisting of the excellent Nick van Eede and Gareth Moulton of Cutting Crew joined by Joolz and Jono of Tar Babies. Leading tribute bands of Pink Floyd, Yes, Phil Collins, David Bowie will also dominate the stage over the weekend, as well as bands playing their own progressive rock.
The event, which is suited to both adults and children, will offer a wide range of food from pop-up Greek and Thai to traditional fish ‘n’ chips plus there will be a fully licenced bar available on site offering a wide choice of beer from local micro breweries, cider, and excellent French wines. Music begins at 2pm and finishes around 11pm.
Early bird tickets start from £48pp for one day. For more information, visit www.walledgardenmusicfest.co.uk.