Voted Best Staffordshire Music Festival 2019 and in 2020 by What’s On Readers and Special Recognition Award for Festival of the Year 2019 by The Mark/Our Staffordshire. STAFFS FEST is a popular annual music festival that has already made its mark on the UK music scene in the West Midlands attracting local, regional and national musicians and audiences from all over the UK. The festival which celebrates its fifth year in 2022 back to its usual time of the year May 27th 28th & 29th

Four huge marquees hosting a multitude of genres of music, Rock, Britpop, Glam Rock, Pop, Folk, World Music, Gospel and Soul. A true family orientated festival where children under 16 are free with accompanying responsible adult (their tickets must be requested at the same time as paying adult). Free camping ticket one ticket per tent, camper or caravan to be booked at the time of admission ticket

Gates open Friday 27th May at 4.00pm and music starts at 5.00pm-

The festival is not one dimensional, in addition to the wide ranging live music on offer, there will be displays and workshops from local community groups

La Maison du Vin Marquee

There will be workshops throughout the morning into the afternoon ranging from yoga and Chi Gong to musical workshops even a kids disco. Into the evening the Marquee will house some great talent with music from around the world

Beats & Feats Marquee

Hosting a mixture of Reggae,Ska,Gospel and 2Tone.

‘Introducing Stage’ sponsored by Erndor50 Promotions

Saturday 12 – 6pm in the Millie Bea Marquee a chance to ‘show’ off you talents and enter a competition, voting by the public with the winner securing a place on the Main Stage in 2023 (Open to all ages and genres) Please email John Davis info@erndor50.com

Community Spirit

LR Partnership Events and Staffs Fest have been very active in supporting worthy causes within the local West Midlands community initially the Festival championed the Millie Bea’s Walking Wish Charity which helped raise funds and awareness of the money needed for operation to help Millie to walk;£75,000 as the operation and following physiotherapy wasn’t funded by the NHS. Millie Bea attends the festival each year with her family and one of the Marquees is named after her. The following year money was raised for AED Donate a charity for distributing defibrillators. In 2019 the charity championed was The Band of Builders, a fantastic charity doing work similar to DIY SOS. In 2021 our chosen charity was Hearts & Hands Stafford

Stafford College Media students filmed the festival as part of their college course criteria and work experience and will be back in 2022

Bring your Pooch

Dogs are welcome at Staffs Fest but must be kept on a lead at all times. We even have a designated walking area

Camping

All ticket types evening only day/evening and weekend tickets includes separate basic camping in a field, so bring your tent, caravan or camper van along. (Showers and toilets onsite – no electric hook up)