Give a good-time gift

A Valley Fest 2022 experience could be just the ticket this Christmas

Katie Hill - Editor-in-Chief, My Green Pod

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Published: 14 December 2021

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My Green Pod Hero Valley Fest, the best-tasting music festival in the South West, is offering some free goodies for anyone who buys a ticket as a Christmas gift.

The festival will be held 04-07 August 2022, along Chew Valley Lake near Bristol. This gives it the best view of any UK festival.

Food and music

Perfect for first-time festivalgoers and families of all ages, the food and music event is going from strength to strength.

Travis will headline Saturday night and Josh and Holly Eggleton will curate the food programme.

The Eggleton siblings are behind The Pony Restaurant Group, home to some of the South West’s finest establishments, including Michelin-starred The Pony & Trap. The full festival lineup will be announced in spring.

Perks for Christmas buyers

Those who buy a ticket before 19 December will get free iconic Valley Fest T-shirts and meal vouchers.

They will also receive a gift tag so that they have something to open on the big day.

A gift that gives

Research from the Valley Fest team shows that a well-chosen experience tends to contribute more happiness than material things.

A festival ticket is the gift that keeps on giving – from the anticipation of who you’re going to see and what you’re going to wear to the hedge-to-hedge fun of the event and all of the fond memories you’ll have afterwards.

Held on an organic farm

Now in its seventh year, the festival was founded by Luke Hasell, an organic farmer who inherited the land after his parents suddenly passed away.

Luke’s mantra is ‘Get on my land!’; he’s passionate about helping to connect people with the land and showing them the importance of good honest food.
 
Click here to book tickets in time for Christmas.

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