PLEASE BUY TICKETS THIS EVENING AT THE BEAUCHAMP ARMS, OR ON THE GATE

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Dymock Festival returns bigger and better this year and we are thrilled to announce The Blockheads as our headline act this year as part of their fortieth anniversary tour. We also have a great mix of support acts on both the main and community stages and the event will, as always, be aimed at the whole community and music lovers generally. Music starts at 1pm and finishes at 11pm. Any tickets purchased now will be available to pick up on the gate. Please be aware that dogs and glass are not permitted on site but there is disabled parking if required. See our full terms and conditions below.

DYMOCK HALF MARATHON & CHILDREN'S RACES

Dymock's well loved Half Marathon will be held in the morning on Festival day with the new hilly route first trialed and appreciated last year. Full details can be seen on our dedicated Half Marathon page and registration for the event will be via Entry Central. We are also hosting children's races again this year which will be held at 1pm after the presentation of the Half Marathon winner's medals. See more details on the Half Marathon page and do take part, it will be lots of fun!

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THE CIDEROLOGIST - OUR MC FOR THE DAY!

Gabe Cook, The Ciderologist hails from Dymock, right in the heart of Ciderland. You may know him from his regular TV appearances on Countryfile and Sunday Brunch. We are thrilled to welcome him and his moustache as our MCs for the day!

The Ciderologist 

OUR SPONSORS

We couldn't put the Festival on each year with the continuing support of our Sponsors. We have just received funds from the wonderful F I Watkins & Sons, Pughs Estate Agents, Mark and Annie Bennion and Well House Garage. The latter also lets us sell our tickets from the shop every year so an extra big thank you to Simon for that! We have now also received funds from Shane Howells who have been staunch supporters of the Festival for many years. Thanks again to all our lovely sponsors!

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2015's hugely successful event was described by Rankin Roger, lead singer of The Beat as

“a bona fide festival”, praise indeed from the great man! The Festival remains firmly rooted in our vibrant community, giving it a welcoming relaxed vibe.