The fundraising boutique music festival Rec Rock returns to rock the High Peak for a third year and is coming to the stunning Derbyshire village of Buxworth. with an even bigger lineup.
The High Peak music festival Rec Rock is returning to Buxworth this September for an extended weekend Friday 15th to Sunday 17th, with a larger than ever line-up – including a range of Northern talent, hot indie and rock acts and entertainment for all ages.
It features 3 days of music and arts at the specially allocated site of Clough Head Farm, extending to a huge five stages for 2017, one more than last year
Headliners include the much-loved Mancunians Cabbage, English indie band Space, the power-house of parody The Everly Pregnant Brothers, Amnesty International award-winning slam poet JB Barrington, hotly-tipped band The Blinders and UEFA Cup League Final poet and street-lyric master ARGH KiD.
With five stages for 2017 there is sure to be something for everyone – from the big-hitting acts taking to the stage in ‘The Barn’, to the surprises of the ‘Tim Peaks’ tent, the home-grown talent in the ‘Eccles Pike’, charm of ‘Tipi Unique’ and powerful vibes of ‘Battlestar Eclectica’.
Four bars on-site, a free Kidz Zone, a food court packed with street-style cuisine from all over the world plus the much-loved powder-paint fight highlights the family-friendly, creative focus of the festival.
Combining rock and recreation is key. Activities are ongoing, including arts and crafts, fairground rides, a cinema and chance to try out ‘Doc Spinoff & His Tricky Tricycles’.
Weekend tickets cost just £50 for adults and includes three-night’s camping on-site at Clough Head Farm, Buxworth, with children aged 11 and under going free. There are also tickets available for families.
Situated 20 minutes south of Stockport town centre and between Manchester and Sheffield, there are good rail links plus designated free parking for drivers. It means a country-festival feel at a convenient distance and contributing to a charitable, community cause.
Rec Rock is held at Clough Head Farm, Dolly Lane, Buxworth, High Peak, SK23 7QG.
For more information or to buy tickets visit the Rec Rock website https://www.recrockfestival.com/
About Rec Rock – established in 2014 as an independent not-for-profit music festival. Run with the local community at heart, Rec Rock has helped to fund local initiatives, including last year’s attempt to install a number of life-saving automated external defibrillators in the local area.
The non-for-profit nature of the festival, established in 2014, means guests get to see an array of talent, whilst contributing to positive local causes. This year, all proceeds of Rec Rock are going to three charitable organisations – Lifeshare, 1859 Clear The Doorways and The Breakfast Club Sheffield.
This follows from success in 2016, when Rec Rock raised crucial funds for the installation of a number of life-saving automated external defibrillators (AEDs) within the local area, along with full training for two community members to use them.