28th May 2019
Festivals in Devon
From big beats to hippy hideaways. From woodlands to beach bonanzas. From foodie delights to maritime merriment. And from artistic affairs to fairy fiestas.
There are so many popular, family-friendly festivals in Devon. Devon really do have a party for every occasion!
Check out this ultimate list of festival taking place in Devon this year. Don't forget we have 7 hotels within Devon if you you would like accommodation to go with your favourite festival.
Exeter Respect (https://exeter-respect.org/)
Belmont Park, Exeter
30th June - 1st July
Exeter Respect is the city's annual celebration of diversity where we use the performing and creative arts to engage the wider community in saying no to racism and all forms of prejudice. Belmont Park will be covered in beautiful decorations produced by a range of schools, community and youth groups. There will be activities and performances representing every part of Exeters culture, which is becoming more diverse year-on-year, with something to see or do for participants of all ages and backgrounds.
Let's Rock Exeter!(http://www.letsrockexeter.com/)
Powderham castle, Nr Exeter
With a fabulous line-up of artists to bring you the very best from the 80's, with an action packed day of general madness from back in the 80s. There wll be plenty to do for everyone at this family friendly festival.
Glas-denbury Music Festival (http://www.glas-denbury.co.uk/)
Glas-denbury (http://www.glas-denbury.co.uk/) is a family friendly music festival in a beautiful Devon setting with a lot of effort put in to make it a special experience for everyone, whether you are a seasoned festival addict or are just dipping your toes into the festival scene.
Wonder fields (http://wonderfields.co.uk/)
Near Exeter, Devon
29th June- 1st July
Wonder fields (http://wonderfields.co.uk/) promises to take 'people on a journey through the wonder fields of undiscovered sensory delight. Feeding imaginations and filling minds of the next generation musical talent and new age artistic creations.'
Fresh foods, ciders and mojitos, a healing field with massage and morning yoga. 'Bring your children and friends to frolic in the rolling hills of Devon and marvel at the magical wood threaded with fairy lights.'
Green Man Day (http://www.piltonfestival.co.uk/)
Pilton, Barnstaple, North Devon
Pilton (http://www.piltonfestival.co.uk/) in Barnstaple, North Devon comes alive with street performers, a pageant, entertainment, crafts, food, the flower festival, music, treasure hunt and a concert.
20th - 21st July
Set on the edge of Dartmoor, this event (http://www.chagstock.info/) was originally the brainchild of a group of friends who rigged up a few tents in a garden, this party has grown thanks to the good vibes and feelings of friends into a sell out event with an attendance of 5,000.