Brownstock are hours away from revealing their first line up announcement! At the time of publishing this there are around 6 hours to go! This years' event will be held on 10th, 11th and 12th of July at Morris Farm, Chelmsford, Essex.

Monday 23rd Feb, 6pm: First line up announcement has just been made!

The first line up announcement has been made! Here are the details!


There are many more to be announced!

Brownstock Festival is one of the UK’s most popular small festivals. It boasts some of the industry's best DJ's and bands. Brownstock was shortlisted for “Best Small Festival” by The UK Festival Awards in 2013 and 2014. Last year had an attendance of over 6000 visitors.

Tickets are on sale now. A maximum of 10 tickets can be purchased for this event. Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult over 21, who must provide ID.

Weekend camping tickets - Tier 1 - are £ 73.00 including the booking fee.
Weekend camping tickets - VIP - are £ 140.00 including the booking fee.
Camper van pass - are £ 37.00 including the booking fee.
Car park pass - are £ 7.50 including the booking fee.

"Hard" tickets can also be purchased from selected outlets. This option doesn't require you to pay the booking fee! See here for selected sales outlets.

BROWNSTOCK Festival Reunion Chelmsford

BROWNSTOCK are having a pre-summer party on 28th February at indigo, Chelmsford. Entry is free and it all kicks off at 8pm.

BROWNSTOCK have also teamed up with the new CHOP BLOC restaurant in Chelmsford to give away a free table. You can enter the draw by entering your details on the entry page. Winners will be announced on 23rd February.

You can read our review of CHOP BLOC by clicking here

The party will have the following acts performing:

• Mat Format (Ibiza Rocks, Union @ Fabric – Brownstock)
• Jimmy Fingerz (Intense)
• Shuffle (Intense)
• Dev (SDM)
• John The Baptist (Pull Up)
• Bobby D (Indigo)
• Francisco (Indigo)
• Ekim (Frères)
• Jake Harrington (The Moustache)
• Frères DJs

Twitter: @brownstockfest

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