Deerstock Update 2021 The Deerstock Team.
Hi, Deerstockers well, this is a post we really didn’t want to make but due to the uncertainty of Coronavirus, potential restrictions, U-Turns and commitment to the infrastructure we are regretfully not going ahead with the festival this year. After some heart-searching into how we could go ahead we have taken a look at our set up and realise although we are experienced at what we do, we are after all just volunteers, not professionals, although we do use the services of well-established companies, but feel we could not offer a safe environment for our family, crews, friends and friends we have yet to make.
All ticket refunds will be honoured by Gigantic (please contact them directly as we are do not deal with ticket sales etc) Thank you to everyone for buying tickets and showing how much you enjoy the event and of course a big thanks to all the bands and artists who support us year after year. We would also say a big thanks to all our volunteers and suppliers. We will get together in the autumn to look at 2022. Lots of love Deerstock HQ.
An amazing family-friendly festival with a fantastic vibe! There’s always a great variety of bands, quality food stalls, loads of kids activities and plenty of space for camping onsite in a beautiful setting! Can’t wait to see you all again soon!
29th July – 1st August 2021 Postponed 2022 Dates 28th July – 1st August
Deerstock is a wonderfully small but beautiful family music festival organised by festival-goers for festivals goers, on a not for profit basis. The Deerstock Collective is a group of volunteers who put their own time and energy to make a great weekend. The aim of the event is primarily to raise funds for good causes.
Donations are given each year to three different charities, the festival has raised over £90k to date. Charities supported in the past include Nottingham Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre, Notts Air Ambulance, Nottingham Emmanuel House, Nottingham Women’s Centre, UNICEF, Alzheimers Society, Help for Heroes, CALM, Reach (Notts centres for adults with learning difficulties), The Lee Bonsall Memorial Fund, The Roy Stone Foundation & Nepal Earthquake Fund amongst others.
With 3 stages, a craft tent, children’s activities, workshops, a well-stocked bar, a cheese and cider tent and an excellent selection of food stalls we are sure there is something for everyone. Dates for Deerstock 2019 are July 26-28th also for 2019 Deerstock have invited friends ‘I’m not from London’ to curate a stage, in the past
Acts confirmed for Deerstock 2019 include Transglobal Underground, Tony Wright from Terrorvision, Tom Williams, Doggens
Deerstock Comperes Bainy & Andy.
Get Ready for Deerstock 2022 Check-in often for updates. 2022 Dates 28th July – 1st August.