ICYMI: PENNFEST RETURNS
PRIMAL SCREAM, SIGMA (live), JAMES, THE CHARLATANS, MAVERICK SABRE, THE CORAL, MAXIMO PARK, CAST and more confirmed to appear
21st – 22nd July 2017, Penn Street, Bucks
Following a hugely successful sell out event last summer, Penn Street in Buckinghamshire is once again set to be home to a 2‐day music festival with camping, as PennFest returns on the weekend of the 21st‐22nd July 2017.
PRIMAL SCREAM, SIGMA (live), JAMES, THE CHARLATANS, MAVERICK SABRE, THE CORAL, MAXIMO PARK, CAST, KATE NASH, EMF, BECKY HILL, THE PIGEON DETECTIVES, REVEREND & THE MAKERS,
GOLDIE LOOKING CHAIN (legends set), ALEX FRANCIS, WILD FRONT, NOASIS and BLURD
NEW FOR 2017: The LOCKDOWN PRESENTS STAGE featuring DJ sets from WILKINSON, P MONEY, CONGO NATTY and SASASAS
on Friday night, BLONDE, CHRIS LORENZO and TOM ZANETTI
on Saturday night, plus many more
Additionally, our Big Top stage will return and will be packed with many well‐known acts PLUS the return of our Old Skool Warehouse. There will also be a diverse selection of exciting and popular local bands performing.
Camping will be available on site from Friday 21st July ‐ Sunday 23rd July, offering the perfect opportunity to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the Chilterns. There will be free hot showers in the camping area as well as a quieter family camping zone; PLUS glamping with WOW TENTS and pre‐pitched tents from CAMPLITUDE.
PennFest offers something for everyone. As well as an impressive array of contemporary and established performers, there will be creative workshops, a global artisan market with a selection arts based stalls to choose from, plus lots more, all lovingly crafted together to create a perfect event for the whole family.
Children are not being overlooked ‐ there will be plenty of activities to keep them happy with arts and crafts workshops, street entertainers and performers and a circus workshop where they can learn circus skills. Many of the children’s events are free. There will also be multiple bars and a wide range of quality food outlets, selling food from around the world.