Campo Sancho, the intimate festival brought to you by Sancho Panza of Notting Hill Carnival fame, have announced the line up for the 5th edition of the festival, which takes place in the Hertfordshire countryside between 23rd - 25th July.
So far the festival have confirmed the likes of Norman Jay MBE, DJ Paulette, Miguel Campbell, Sophie Lloyd, Hot Toddy (Crazy P), Dicky Trisco, DJ Eren, Stuart Patterson, Jay Chappell, Dave Jarvis, Ronnie Turner, Size Doesn’t Matter and Peza, with many more yet to be announced. There are also performances from Sancho Panza founders Matt Brown and Jimmy K Tel.
On top of the music across the weekend, the family friendly and sustainability-minded event will have lots of entertainment in place for the young and old, as well as locally sourced food, craft beers and cocktails, and healing treats, massages and classes.
A message from the festival on Covid restrictions reads: "A rapid testing company has been engaged and we continue to gather all the latest information as we make plans. Currently the thinking is it will be a combination of people being vaccinated and/or a negative test result along with extra cleaning on site, hand washing stations, etc."
Campo Sancho will provide more information on what will happen after the government's announcement on 21st June, but they have their own plan B in place...
Tickets start at £129 per adult, £10 for 0 – 5 year olds and £45 for 6 – 17 year olds for the full three days.
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