Stonedeaf Festival 2018

Stonedeaf 2018

Forget Download, Glastonbury, Reading + Leeds and Victorious. This August bank holiday weekend is the year of Stonedeaf Festival.

This is a one day event on Saturday 25th August taking place at Newark Showground, 17 miles south west of Lincoln in North East England.

The event has been organised by veterans of the Donington Monsters of Rock Festival. They aim to bring the old school vibes of festival going by making it a one day event, one stage, cheap ticket prices and create a memorable rock festival experience.

Line Up

If you love classic rock and the likes of Guns n’ Roses, Bon Jovi Led Zeppelin & The Rolling Stones, this festival is up your street. Here is the full line up:

COMPERE FROM HELL KRUSHER JOULE INTRODUCES ON THE TOMMY VANCE STAGE… FLYING IN FROM NEW JERSEY – SKID ROW! IT’LL BE 7 0′ CLOCK – THE QUIREBOYS! THE ORIGINAL HOWLING MAD SH!THEADS – WOLFSBANE THE ORGINAL MONSTER OF ROCK – GRAHAM BONNET AND HIS BAND! BRINGING SOME SERIOUS METAL ON METAL – ANVIL! ONE OF THE NEW BREED OF CLASSIC ROCK – MASSIVE WAGONS! BEER DRINKING FUN – HAND OF DIMES! THE ORIGINAL NWOBHM STALWARTS – CHROME MOLLY! DON’T BE FOOLED BY THE ANGEL WITH THE MIC – FALLEN MAFIA!

In addition, there will be a Friday Rock Show for people camping over. Go to the Stonedeaf line up page to get more details on all the acts performing.

Tickets

You can purchase tickets from the Stonedeaf box office. A single arena ticket costs £50 or an arena only 4 pack for £160. For a single camping ticket it will cost £60 or camping 4 pack for £200. These prices are 80% cheaper than those of Reading + Leeds and Glastonbury.

Disabled Facilities

For rock fans with a disability, there is also access for you too. You simply purchase your own ticket then contact the festival organisers to register for a PA ticket. You just need to email them your order number and proof of disability to be eligible for a PA ticket. At the arena the grounds are flat with hard walkways, there is a viewing platform, disabled toilets and a sheltered area near the first aid team. There is also a disabled campsite with accessible toilets and showers. To find out more about the accessibility facilities, visit Stonedeaf’s Disabled Facilities page.

Keep up to date with Stonedeaf Festival 2018

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