29 – 31 JULY 2022
A cosmic welcome back stargazers to Underneath the Stars 2022! Can you believe that this is our 8th festival? Seems like only yesterday we were having a chat in our kitchen (a rather different festival HQ at the time) and someone decided that creating our own festival would be fun. 8 years on, a few more grey hairs, some bitten nails, a couple of *cough* sleepless nights and look at what this adventure has blossomed into. The support you have given us over the years is truly unbelievable and you are the reason we are here today, thank you. This weekend has a really exciting line up full of diversity and for the first time, we have three female headliners taking to the stage! The amazing rolling programme of music and arts will fill our snug little corner of Barnsley with wonderful sound, sights and culture. A massive thank you to Mr Bob Barr and the Cinderhill Farm Family, alongside Mr Horsfield for allowing us to return to this gorgeous site. We always look forward to the very first moment we step onto the land to start building UTSf and are so sad when it is all over. It is definitely an office with a view! Thank you once again to our wonderful star helpers. Each and every one of you make this festival work like clockwork. You all make the festival shine so brightly.
To everyone on the build, volunteer, campsite, accessibility, box office and backstage teams and anyone else who works tirelessly behind the scenes, thank you. We know how hard you work to make all of the magic happen and cannot express how much we appreciate all your efforts. Thank you to our MCs, Andy and Leila (Leila is back! Woo hoo!) who will be taking us through the weekend with sheer joy. Finally, thank you to you for joining us for 2022. It is going to be an unforgettable weekend. So without further ado, let’s get this stellar party started… Have fun, keep each other safe, be happy - UTSf
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BUSES The Cinderhill Flyer will run again! The bus will leave from the bus stop near the Arena entrance and loop round Cawthorne, Kexborough and Darton during the following times: Friday 8.30pm - 1am Saturday 8.30pm - 1am Sunday 8pm - 12.30am Many Thanks to South Pennine Community Transport
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FRIDAY THIS IS THE KIT This Is The Kit, is the musical project of Kate Stables, who are becoming one of the country’s most revered musical endeavours. In early spring of 2020, just before everything got weird, Kate and her band of trusty companions, Rozi Plain, Jamie Whitby-Coles, Jesse D Vernon, and Neil Smith, knuckled down to record what would become This is The Kit’s fifth album Off Off On. It was released in October 2020 to huge acclaim with Uncut calling it the bands “most multi-layered yet subtle work so far” and the Independent naming them “One of the most original and musically gifted artists of today”. It shows Kate to be a songwriter overflowing with ideas, ably crafting music of great beauty, of wonder and illumination. Friday 6.45pm Planets Stage
STONE JETS Given Nkanyane and Manfred Klose better known as Stone Jets, were born and bred in South Africa, forming their band in Cape Town. Their musical journey has taken them to London, Berlin and Madrid. Overcoming obstacles at many points in their careers, hardwork, resilience, endless tours and an enduring commitment to the goal of being global citizens, who can and will share their journey and music without borders, has driven them on. They have slowly crafted a distinct sound of feel good music wrapped in rhythmic soul, with meaning and sincerity at its core. From grassroots to massive capacity venues, local and national festivals, Stone Jets has unmatched experience and sweat equity to spare. Friday 1.40pm Little Lights Stage
SAM KELLY & THE LOST BOYS With a reputation as one of the best live acts on the UK folk scene, The Lost Boys is the brainchild of BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winning singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Sam Kelly. Joining Sam are the virtuosic talents of Jamie Francis (banjo), Graham Coe (cello), Toby Shaer (whistles, fiddle), Archie Moss (melodeon) and Evan Carson (drums). They’re known for their eclectic and innovative reworking of traditional songs and tunes, stunning original music and the occasional surprise classic rock cover. They’ve been described by Seth Lakeman as “one of the best bands on the scene” and by broadcaster Mark Radcliffe as “amazing, thrilling music”. Their most recent album, The Wishing Tree, came out last year and is recommended. Friday 7.55pm Little Lights Stage 5
THE TRIALS OF CATO
The rise of award winning trio The Trials of Cato on the folk scene, has been the subject of massive critical attention. They pay clear homage to the tradition whilst twisting old bones into something febrile and modern, with stomping tunes and captivating stories. Formed in Beirut, they have performed tirelessly up and down the UK and their debut album, Hide and Hair, won Best Album at the 2019 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. They have since been joined by multi-talented instrumentalist and singer Polly Bolton. Their hotly anticipated second album is titled Gog Magog, named both after the mythical giant of Arthurian legend and the Cambridgeshire hilltop, where the new album was born over lockdown.
Billie Marten grew up on Nick Drake, Joni Mitchell, Joan Armatrading, Kate Bush, and Chris Wood, in Ripon, North Yorkshire. Signed to Sony, the day before her Maths GCSE, not long afterwards, she was nominated for the BBC Sound of 2016. Her critically acclaimed debut album, Writing of Blues and Yellows, was an open-hearted collection of quietly beautiful songs, released when she was just 17. Her 2019 follow-up, Feeding Seahorses By Hand, was declared by The Line of Best Fit as a "gentle and reserved masterpiece". Her most recent, Flora Fauna, is a confident and full-chested album that sheds the timidity of previous work in favour of a more urgent sound. Her minimalist acoustic folk has matured and is now fostered around bass, rhythm and rich instrumentation.
Friday 3.40pm Little Lights Stage
Friday 5.40pm Little Lights Stage
DAVINA AND THE VAGABONDS Listening to Davina and the Vagabonds is like stepping into a wondrous musical time machine, bringing you 100 years of American music plus originals. They have the panache and superlative musicianship to recreate the retro sound and ageless appeal of golden age Americana. They’re renowned for their high-energy live shows, sharp-dressed professionalism and Davina's commanding stage presence. With influences ranging from Fats Domino and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band to Aretha Franklin and Tom Waits, their shows are filled with New Orleans charm, Memphis soul swagger, dark theatrical moments and tender gospel passages. Davina has been compared to Etta James, Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Billie Holiday and Betty Boop, but comparisons don’t suffice: Davina is a true original. Friday 10.25pm Little Lights Stage 7
IMELDA MAY Imelda May is one of Ireland’s most celebrated female artists, a poet, actress, TV presenter and Women’s Right Activist. Globally revered for her enigmatic live shows, she has sold millions of records. Her album Love Tattoo, is the best-selling album of all time by a home-grown female artist in Ireland and her recent album, 11 Past the Hour, marks her fourth No 1 album in Ireland and fourth Top 10 in the UK. Imelda’s recent work is a departure from her early rockabilly style, spanning blues, rock, soul, gospel and jazz. Imelda had performed with artists including Lou Reed, Bono, Tom Jones and Van Morrison, in front of royalty and politicians like Obama, at the Grammys and ahead of the Mayweather/McGregor fight in 2017 to a reported TV audience of 1 billion people. Friday 9pm Planets Stage 8
THIS IS YOUR LIFE-ISH THINGY Kate Rusby and host Sally Shistle are back in their regular Friday teatime slot. 2022 is special for Kate as it marks Kate’s 30th year in the music business as a professional musician, so we couldn’t let that pass without a chat and a delve into the past to find out how it all started and indeed, how on earth did it get to 30? Kate’s chatting, Sal’s asking the questions…what could possibly go wrong? Friday 4.40pm Planets Stage
WATCH KATE ON SATURDAY AT 8.45PM
N'FAMADY KOUYATÉ N’famady Kouyaté is a master musician from Guinea, a talented multi-instrumentalist who has been wowing audiences across the UK. Having moved to Wales in 2019, he has been described as one of Wales' most exciting young musicians. A vibrant performer, he performs modern interpretations of traditional West African Mandingue songs and rhythms. N’famady’s primary instrument is the balafon, the traditional wooden xylophone, sacred to West African culture and his family heritage of the griot/djeli. His arrangements are a fusion of Mandingue African with western jazz, pop, indie, and funk influences provided by an ever-evolving collective of musicians. N’famady’s performances create amazing atmospheres and vibrations wherever he goes, and audiences are charmed by his infectious enthusiasm and joy. Friday 2.40pm Planets Stage 9
PENGUIN CAFE Arthur Jeffes much loved collective, Penguin Cafe, perform an eclectic array of genre-defying evocative pieces, mixing Arthur's beautiful compositions with iconic Penguin Cafe Orchestra classics. Before settling down to make music, musician, composer and producer Arthur, dabbled in Arctic exploring, the prolonged periods of icy silence inspiring his original compositions. This year sees the anniversary re-release of the first Penguin Cafe album, A Matter of Life... Arthur has also been working with Greenpeace and Aardman Animations, composing the soundtrack for a special film, Turtles Journey, released to high acclaim, promoting the campaign, Protect the Ocean. The film also won the Jury Prize in the Commissioned Film category at the Annecy Festival 2020. His work with Greenpeace continues. Saturday 6.30pm Planets Stage
Flatcap Carnival are a bongo bashing, maraca shaking, trumpet tooting, dance inducing 7 piece Latin inspired ska band from York, UK. Created in 2016 as a means to bring some sunshine to a drizzly Yorkshire festival scene, the band have gone on to support a varied and eclectic range of artists including Too Many Zoos, Hot 8 Brass Band and Elvana. They’ve also appeared at festivals up and down the country. Originally inspired by the likes of The Cat Empire, they prefer not to be pigeonholed into one genre; Flatcap Carnival pride themselves on their unique mix of ska, Latin, cumbian and festival anthems which they call "SKAnival!!"
Trousdale is a powerful female band from South California consisting of Quinn D’Andrea, Georgia Greene and Lauren Jones. Their melodic and heartfelt harmonies are often compared to The Chicks and The Staves, but the girls draw inspiration from a wide array of music, including Crosby Stills and Nash, Kacey Musgraves and HAIM. Driven by their passion to empower young women, Trousdale is committed to making quality music that spreads a message of self-acceptance and love. Since 2020, they’ve released a few singles and an EP that have already racked up a couple of million streams and gained them over 100k TikTok followers.
Little Lights Stage
Little Lights Stage
Regarded by Frank Turner as “one of the best songwriters in the UK”, Will Varley’s journey has taken him from open mics and busking, to headlining London's legendary Shepherd's Bush Empire. He has toured relentlessly across Europe and America and as a support act for Billy Bragg, Frank Turner, and The Proclaimers. His self-made music videos have clocked up millions of views on YouTube and the song, Seize The Night, is fast approaching seven million streams on Spotify. There is a depth to his songwriting that sets Will apart. From heart-wrenching stories of immigrants to an attempt at the history of the world in under four minutes, Varley's songs seem to transcend themselves, marrying vivid imagery, politics, emotion and surrealism to capture his musings.
Winners of the 2019 Belhaven Bursary for Innovation in Music, the most significant prize in Scotland, Kinnaris Quintet burst onto the scene in 2017 with a unique, highly emotive and powerful sound. Comprising three fiddles, mandolin and guitar, their music is euphoric and combines Scottish and Irish traditional music with bluegrass, classical, Scandinavian and Appalachian influences. They have become the folk band to see, with sell-out shows, appearances at most major folk festivals, and many prestigious music award wins. They comprise, Aileen Reid (5 string fiddle, vocals), Fiona MacAskill (fiddle), Laura Wilkie ( fiddle), Laura-Beth Salter (mandolin, tenor guitar, vocal), Jenn Butterworth(guitar, stomp, vocals).
Little Lights Stage
Little Lights Stage
ADRIAN EDMONDSON We asked Adrian Edmondson to write a short biog to go here, but he said that is what his talk was about. You all know who he is anyway! That funny bloke off the telly, the writer, the serious actor (he even appeared with the Royal Shakespeare Company), the person who’s been in bands. He did say that during lockdown he wrote some autobiographical pieces, more to make sense of his own life than anything else. He recorded ten of them for the Radio 3 programme The Essay. They touch on all his many achievements, but they’re centred around things that have deeper meaning for him: smoking, liver and onions, being nuts, money and fame and fans, his stupid name, following the route of the Jacobite Rebellion, and dancing to Sugar Sugar by The Archies. He says this is who he really is. Saturday 2.20pm Planets Stage
THE HAGGIS HORNS The Haggis Horns are an infamous funk extravaganza combining heavy breakbeat funk, soul, hip-hop & afrobeat with the virtuosity of trained jazz musicians. They have been rocking crowds the world over for years, winning fans with their distinctive sound. At the forefront of the UK funk scene since they came to attention on the legendary album Keb Darge Presents The New Mastersounds, they have five-fuelled albums under their belt. Members of The Haggis Horns have performed with the likes of Jamiroquai, John Legend & The Roots, Jess Glynne, Amy Winehouse, Martha Reeves, Morcheeba, Roots Manuva, Elbow, Nightmares On Wax, The Human League, Adele, Corinne Bailey Rae, Mark Ronson, Robbie Williams, Duran Duran, Lisa Stansfield, Finley Quaye, Kano, Lily Allen, KT Tunstall and Snowboy, to name a few! Saturday 7.40pm Little Lights Stage
THE BRIGHOUSE & THE BAR-STEWARD RASTRICK BAND SONS OF VAL DOONICAN The Brighouse & Rastrick Band, based in West Yorkshire, is one of the most famous brass bands in the world, widely regarded as the best and most consistent public subscription band. “Briggus” has won most of the premier brass band championships, plus attracted a formidable reputation for delighting everyday music fans and brass band connoisseurs alike. Ever popular, they caught the imagination of the British public with The Floral Dance, holding the No.2 position in the British singles chart for 9 weeks, pipped to the top spot by Paul McCartney and achieving sales of over a million. Recently they have engaged in a number of very successful collaborations, including with UTSf’s very own Kate Rusby. Saturday 4.30pm
Put on yer finest knitted gladrags, style your barnet, your dancing shoes and bring your finest singing voices, as we cordially invite you to witness the greatest show on Earth, in tank-tops. Hailing from reight here in Barnsley Rock City, they have a talent for Bar-Stewardizing other famous people’s songs with new comedy lyrics, on acoustic geetar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, accordion, keyboard and the world’s first synthesiser ukulele. They continue to wow audiences with a fine selection of their greatest hits and their anarchic live shenanigans. They promise that they WILL rock you... but gently! Saturday 12.20pm Planets Stage
KATE RUSBY Often hailed as the “first lady of folk”, Kate Rusby is proudly celebrating 30 years of touring this year. Known for her wondrous singing, hugely engaging Yorkshire wit, this weekend we can expect a choice of much-loved classics from her back catalogue, together with a selection of fresh new songs from her most recent albums. A remarkable, interpretive singer, Kate’s soulful vocals resonate with the wistful beauty of an earthbound angel. Inhabiting a lyric with unforced conviction, no matter how old or how modern, she has that rare ability to transport her audience, touching them emotionally and making each tune live vividly within their experience and imagination. The crossover appeal Kate enjoys is unprecedented for a folk singer and has been achieved without resort to compromise. Her recent reimagined covers album Hand Me Down was her highest charting album to date, whilst the brand new 30 Happy Returns has attracted some amazing reviews. Saturday 8.45pm Planets Stage
THE BIG MOON Ever since lead singer Juliette Jackson laid the foundations for The Big Moon, back in 2014, the London-based band have consistently gone with their gut. At a time where guitarbased indie had fallen out of favour, they were credited with breathing new life into the genre, and were subsequently awarded a Mercury Music Prize nomination for their 2017 debut, Love in the 4th Dimension. Their muchanticipated second and most recent album, Walking Like We Do, like its predecessor, was written entirely by Jackson. However this time, every single aspect of each new song was undefined and up for debate and designed to be sonically bigger, deeper, wider and more spacious than a rock album. Their sound is now frequently piano and keyboard-led rather than being reliant on grungey guitars, and is rich in tight-knit vocal harmonies and rolling grooves. It’s a cinematic but innately hook-laden set that truly expands the band’s range. Saturday 10.25pm Little Lights Stage 17
SUNDAY THE YOUNG'UNS The Young’uns’ live shows are renowned roller coaster rides. With heart-on-the-sleeve storytelling, beautiful lyrics, warm harmonies and relentless repartee, Sean Cooney, Michael Hughes and David Eagle, the award-winning stand-up comedian, write and sing folk songs for today. They have led the band to three BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, including Best Album in 2018 for Strangers, and the creation of the acclaimed international theatre show The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff, based upon their 2019 album of the same name. Born from empathy, crafted with care, fired by hope, and shared with joy, The Young'uns' songs have been described by The Scotsman “a heartfelt secular hymnary for these troubled times and a rallying call for humanity”. Sunday 6.20pm Planets Stage 18
IONA LANE Iona Lane is a Leeds-based folk singer and songwriter, praised by the likes of Karine Polwart and Julie Fowlis, who recently released her debut album entitled Hallival. Having found herself fascinated by folklore and folk stories from across the UK, she is inspired by natural landscapes, scientific discoveries, equality, human relationships and the supernatural, all tied together by a strong sense of place and a love for being in wild places. The name Hallival is taken after one of the mountains on the Isle of Rum, which inspired the writing for the opening track Western Tidal Swell. Iona has been praised throughout the scene for her delicate yet powerful vocals. Sunday 11.10am Little Lights Stage
DAMIEN O'KANE & RON BLOCK Damien O’Kane has played with Flook among others, before joining Kate Rusby’s band in 2008 and has been nominated twice at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. Ron Block's big gig came in 1991, when he joined the Grammy winning Alison Krauss. Damien & Ron’s 2018’s debut record Banjophony, was a crossover of traditional Irish and bluegrass banjo never quite offered before. Their unity, sense of fun and insane abilities on tenor and 5-string banjo, have been described as ‘groundbreaking.’ Damien & Ron released their second record, Banjophonics, in July. They will be joined on stage by their long-time collaborator Duncan Lyall on bass and moog, Ali Hutton on guitars and very special guest for UTSf, Michael McGoldrick on flutes and whistles. Sunday 4.20pm Planets Stage
AN AUDIENCE WITH
JASON MANFORD Jason Manford from Salford, Lancashire, is a hugely popular and award winning stand-up comedian, writer, actor, radio and television presenter. He was crowned The City Life North West Comedian of the Year in 1999. After winning several smaller awards, Jason was nominated for the Perrier Award in Edinburgh in 2005. He shot to stardom as team Captain on Channel 4’s, 8 out of 10 Cats in 2007. UK tours and TV appearances all helped establish Jason as a nationally known comic, including ITV’s reality comedy competition, Show Me The Funny. He’s also an opera singer, toured with Alfie Boe, and appeared in the critically acclaimed hit West End musical Sweeney Todd. Jason hosts a live three hour show on Absolute Radio on Sunday which has huge ratings. In 2017, Jason released his debut album of musical favourites, A Different Stage which reached the Top 10 in the UK. Sunday 2.10pm Planets Stage 20
AZURE RYDER Australian singer-songwriter Azure Ryder’s debut releases have received plaudits from the BBC, Sunday Times, Notion and BBC Radio 1, plus incredible support in Australia from the Triple J, with her beautiful single Dizzy, being the most played on the station. Azure has teased us with her uniquely rich sound and garnered much intrigue and early praise for her clear natural talent. Having secured a record deal with the renowned Island Records, she has now achieved 40m plus global streams. Sunday 1.10pm Little Lights Stage
LANTERNS ON THE LAKE Fusing the most fragile and graceful end of the folk music spectrum to the most luminous properties of cinemascope rock, Lanterns on the Lake combine the brooding vocals of songwriter Hazel Wilde with textured instrumentation. Wilde is a songwriter possessed of a rare talent for finding the personal contours to contemporary issues, fully inhabiting them to make them real. Their most recent album, Spook the Herd, reflected rising socio-political tensions and was shortlisted for the Mercury Prize. Its nine songs turn the microscope to issues including our hopelessly polarized politics, social media, addiction, grief and the climate crisis. Sunday 5.20pm Little Lights Stage
TANKUS THE HENGE Tankus the Henge have built their reputation on unforgettable songwriting, spectacular live performances and relentless hard work. Their funk-fueled repertoire is wildly eclectic, ranging from New Orleans inspired swing to heavy rock riffs, and since their beginnings in the ratty alleyways of London’s Soho, the band has evolved into a wild groove machine. Musically inspired by bands from the British invasion of the 60s and artists such as Tom Waits, Blur and Randy Newman, and with lyrics influenced by 20th Century American Literature, specifically the Beat Generation and Gonzo journalism, Tankus the Henge defy categorisation. Their hair-raising show, like no other, has to be seen and heard to be believed. Like a psychedelic, rock n roll octopus – only with four more legs. Sunday 10pm Little Lights Stage
HANNAH WILLIAMS INTERGALACTIC & THEAFFIRMATIONS BRASSTRONAUTS Hannah Williams & the Affirmations are darlings of the international soul scene, who have drawn praise from Craig Charles and the late greats Sharon Jones and Charles Bradley. A Jay-Z sample of their first album’s title track, Late Nights and Heartbreak led to worldwide touring, including highlights at Montreal Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz and Blue Note Tokyo. Then, multiple TV synchs for their second album’s title track, 50 Foot Woman, paved the way for the upcoming third album. During the pandemic, Hannah decided it would be fun to take on The Voice UK, opening the season with an electrifying performance. Hannah blew the minds of pundits across the country and made it through to the final gaining huge exposure. Sunday 3.20pm
For discerning fans of brass, global rhythms, reggae and sci-fi, this new band is for you. Intergalactic Brasstronauts are a 12-piece super-group, led by composer and producer King Zepha, featuring members of the Hallé Orchestra, East Park Reggae Collective, Bad Manners and New York Brass Band, fusing traditional acoustic instruments with ska, electronica and dub. They’ve been described as "infectious and seriously funky" by James Morrison on BBC Radio 2 and “perfect” by Craig Charles on 6 Music. Dennis Bovell exclaimed “we are loving your music!”, whilst Riddim Magazine has called them “crazy and immense". Saturday 12.10pm Planets Stage
Little Lights Stage
SUZANNE VEGA Suzanne Vega is widely regarded as one of the foremost songwriters of her generation. She came to attention following the release of her self-titled, critically acclaimed 1985 debut album, which sold 1 million copies. 1987’s follow up, Solitude Standing, elevated her to star status. It hit No 2 in the UK and was nominated for three Grammys including Record of the Year and sold 3 million copies worldwide. In performances devoid of outward drama that nevertheless convey deep emotion, Vega sings in a distinctive, clear vibrato-less voice that has been described as "a cool, dry sandpaper- brushed near-whisper" and as "plaintive but disarmingly powerful." A masterful storyteller who observes the world with a clinically poetic eye, Suzanne’s songs have always tended to focus on city life, ordinary people and real world subjects. Notably succinct and understated, Suzanne Vega’s work is immediately recognizable and utterly distinct. Sunday 8.35pm Planets Stage
DUSTBOWL REVIVAL After celebrating over a decade of sonic adventuring, LA’s Dustbowl Revival have a devoted fanbase from coast-to-coast in the US. An evolving group of string and brass players, their music is where folk and funk music meet. Joyful, booty-shaking soul songs and cut-to-heart folk-rock ballads, build around their voices, lifting audiences to form transcendent live shows. Over the years they have transitioned from a roots dance party band, to a nuanced ensemble embracing lushly cinematic, orchestrated set pieces and more soulful territory, without losing their original fire and continuing to thrive on the festival circuit. Their most recent album, Beside You, went to No 1 on the Amazon Americana Chart and the track, Got Over, has racked up over 7 million streams and counting online. Sunday 7.30pm Little Lights Stage
FRIDAY PLANETS STAGE
LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE
10am 11am 12pm 1pm 1.40 - 2.30pm
STONE JETS 2.40 - 3.30pm
N'FAMADY KOUYATÉ 3.40 – 4.30pm
THE TRIALS OF CATO 4.40 – 5.30pm
THIS IS YOUR LIFE-ISH THINGY
5.40 – 6.35pm
BILLIE MARTEN 7pm
6.45 – 7.45pm
THIS IS THE KIT
7.55 – 8.50pm
SAM KELLY & THE LOST BOYS 9pm 10pm 11pm 12am
9 – 10.15pm
IMELDA MAY 10.25 – 11.25pm
DAVINA AND THE VAGABONDS
TIMETABLE COSMIC CURIOSITY
WATCH OUT FOR...
2.40pm 12 - 1pm
1.15 – 1.45pm
3 – 5pm
KAPLA FOR ALL 6.45pm
THIS IS THE KIT 5.15 – 6.45pm
7 – 8.30pm
WILLOW LANTERNS 9 – 10pm
SWING DANCE LEEDS
LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE
10am 11am 11.20am - 12.10pm
12pm 12.20 - 1.10pm
THE BAR-STEWARD SONS OF VAL DOONICAN 1.20 - 2.10pm
TROUSDALE 2.20 – 3.20pm An Audience with
ADRIAN EDMONDSON 3.30 – 4.20pm
WILL VARLEY 4.30 – 5.20pm
THE BRIGHOUSE & RASTRICK BAND
5.30 – 6.20pm
KINNARIS QUINTET 7pm
6.30 – 7.30pm
7.40 – 8.35pm
THE HAGGIS HORNS 9pm 10pm 11pm 12am 28
8.45 – 10.15pm
KATE RUSBY 10.25 – 11.25pm
THE BIG MOON
TIMETABLE COSMIC CURIOSITY 9. – 10am
WATCH OUT FOR...
TAI CHI 10.15am – 11.15am
INTRO TO BLUES HARMONICA 11.30am – 12.30am 12 - 1pm
SAM KELLY GOES FORAGING
THE BAR-STEWARD SONS OF VAL DOONICAN
1.15 – 2pm
LAUGHTER YOGA 2.15 - 3.15pm
SWING DANCE LEEDS 3.30 - 4.15pm
4.40 - 5.20pm
MIA JADE 5.30 – 7pm
FESTIVAL CHOIR 7.15 – 9.15pm
KAPLA FOR ALL 8.45pm
9.45 – 11pm
SUNDAY PLANETS STAGE
LITTLE LIGHTS STAGE
9am 10am 11am 11.10am - 12pm
IONA LANE 12.10 - 1pm
INTERGALACTIC BRASSTRONAUTS 1.10 - 2pm
2.10 – 3.10pm An Audience with
JASON MANFORD 3.20 – 4.10pm
HANNAH WILLIAMS & THE AFFIRMATIONS 4.20 – 5.10pm
DAMIEN O'KANE & RON BLOCK
5.20 – 6.10pm
LANTERNS ON THE LAKE 7pm
6.20 – 7.20pm
THE YOUNG'UNS 8pm
7.30 – 8.25pm
DUSTBOWL REVIVAL 9pm
8.35 – 9.50pm
SUZANNE VEGA 10pm 11pm
10 – 11pm
TANKUS THE HENGE
TIMETABLE COSMIC CURIOSITY
WATCH OUT FOR...
9.30 – 10.15am
LAUGHTER YOGA 10.30 – 11.30am
INTRO TO OLD TIME & BLUEGRASS 11.45 – 12.45pm
TAI CHI 1 – 3pm
WILLOW LANTERNS 3.15 – 4.15pm
THE YOUNG'UNS SINGING WORKSHOP 4.30 – 5.30pm
HANNAH WILLIAMS & THE AFFIRMATIONS
6.30 – 8.30pm
WE ARE FAMILY 8.35pm
CAMPING EVENT ARENA
WORKING FARM NO ENTRY
BOX Office PEDESTRIAN ROUTE TO AND FROM CAWTHORNE
S cricket field & cannon hall
FOOtpath to cawthorne
No Pedestrians on this part of the road
Showers Toilets Cinderhill Flyer Bus Taxi Pick up point accessible camping accessible parking first aid after 8pm S scouts FOOD & DRINK road closed to fesival traffic pedestrian route no pedestrian access site vehicle entrance
Drinking point TOILETS
ACCESS to Mobiloo & Accessible camping
Camping, Glamping & Car Park
Bike Locking STATION
GIFTS & GOODIES
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Planets Secret Keeper Sir Eglamore Sweet Bride The Lark The Mermaid Underneath the Stars Until Morning Walk The Road We Will Sing
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F riday 12pm Saturday 12pm Cosmic Curiosity
Are you ready for a truly unforgettable experience? Why not start the day with a stimulating, powerful energiser to wake you up. Boomwhackers are coloured tubes that create different harmonic tones when played. If you are looking for something different, this is it! Something for all the family to enjoy from our wonderful friends at Unbeatable Energy.
Friday 5.15pm Cosmic Curiosity
The Penistone Folk Ensemble is a concert and ceilidh band under the musical direction of Chris McShane. They meet at St Andrew’s Church in Penistone and are always on the lookout for new players. All instruments are welcome. Get ready for an energetic evening full of dance. Your callers will be Huw & Terry Evans.
F riday 1.15pm Saturday 5.30pm Cosmic Curiosity
Laura Taylor has been surrounded by music her entire life and from an early age knew that music was her passion. Join Laura as she offers workshops to learn songs in various genres and disciplines. Workshop members do not have to be able to read music, the songs will be taught aurally and visually. The session is both ideal for beginners – as an introduction to singing – and for more experienced singers, extending repertoire and different working methods.
GREENTOP CIRCUS Roll up, roll up! Spin a plate, juggle some balls, throw a diabolo, twirl some flower sticks, there is so much to learn and we have just the people to show you. A massive welcome back to the wonderfully talented Greentop Circus who will be running workshops throughout the day. Drop in, perfect your skill and let your imagination run away with the circus!
D aily Sessions Satellite Field
HANDSTANDING Come and play on your hands! This workshop will provide some fun and safe exercises to help you build strength and balance upside down. Taught by Leeds’ professional handstand teacher George who has worked with Cirque du Soleil artists. The session will provide you with tips and tricks that he has picked up over his years of training.
Saturday 3.30pm Cosmic Curiosity
KAPLA CLUBS UK No glue, no screws and no clips, but the stability of stone… welcome to the wonderful world of Kapla. Learn about geometry, maths, physics concepts, gravity, symmetry, ratio, engineering, sequencing and problem solving. Join this truly fascinating workshop and immerse yourself in all kinds of structures, including monumental constructions! Perfect for the whole family.
F riday 3pm Saturday 7.15pm Cosmic Curiosity
S aturday 1.15pm Sunday 9.30am Cosmic Curiosity
A workshop that is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. It could also have you laughing uproariously whilst taking you through a body and mind workout. Laughter Yoga originated in India from a doctor and his yoga teaching wife who came up with the idea. Twenty three years later, it is practiced all over the world… including a little festival in Cawthorne! Join laughing Lyn for a belly full of giggles!
INTRODUCTION TO BLUES HARMONICA Saturday 10.15am Cosmic Curiosity
Sunday 10.30am Cosmic Curiosity
Mat Walklate, British Blues Harmonica Champion and Harmonica Lecturer on the Folk, Roots and Blues degree at Leeds Conservatoire, will provide an introduction to playing Blues on the diatonic harmonica. We will look at basic technique and theory, and some easy tips and tricks to enable everyone to be able to play a few tunes. You will need a diatonic (10-hole) harmonica, in the key of C – please look to bring your own, but we will have some available on the day.
INTRODUCTION TO OLD-TIME & BLUEGRASS Leeds Conservatoire finalist, Abbey Thomas, will lead a practical workshop exploring the roots of Bluegrass and Old-Time music, discussing the musical elements involved within these genres, and learning a tune or two to get these ideas under your fingers. Please look to bring your own instrument, but we will have some available on the day.
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Mia Jade is an 18-year-old LGBT indie-pop singer/ songwriter who is based in Leeds, UK. Her voice is unique, perfectly blending the indie and pop feel. She has been developing as a solo artist for around a year now and she just released her debut single, with an EP in the process. She has performed at Liverpool Sound City and Long Division Festival and is set to successfully continue her summer with an amazing set at Underneath the Stars.
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Saturday 4.40pm Cosmic Curiosity
MUSIC SESSION That’s right, grab your instrument and join us for a proper informal session of music. Everyone is welcome to come along and make some sweeeeEEEEeeet music. For anyone else, simply sit back, relax and enjoy one of the most alluring atmospheres full of lively spirit and true soul. You will be tapping your feet in no time.
S aturday 9.45pm Cosmic Curiosity
SAM KELLY GOES FORAGING When Sam takes time off from his various musical projects (appearing with Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys and Kate Rusby this weekend) he is a keen forager and explorer of wild spaces, with a particular interest in mycology and wild food. Join Sam and fellow nature enthusiasts on a walk around the festival site - identifying toxic and edible plants, fungi, and chatting about foraging and wild cooking.
Saturday 11.30am Cosmic Curiosity
SWING DANCE LEEDS
F riday 9pm Saturday 2.15pm Sunday 4.30pm Cosmic Curiosity
“Have fun, and learn something on the way” is the motto of our fab swing dance duo who are returning this year once again to teach us a variety of vintage dance styles from the 20's, 30’s and 40’s. So if you fancy having a go at the Charleston, maybe a dabble at the Lindy Hop or if you have been to this wonderful workshop before and want to perfect your techniques, Robert and Tina will be only too happy to dance the afternoon away with you. Friday - Solo Charleston Saturday - Partnered Lindy Hop Sunday - Vintage Jazz Routine
S aturday 9am Sunday 11.45am
Start your morning with uplifting, soothing movements, synchronised breathing and gentle relaxation guided by David Lipka from Mindful Tai Chi. His approach to teaching and learning is based on the central importance of conscious awareness of movement.
THE YOUNG'UNS Sunday 3.15pm Cosmic Curiosity
The Young’uns have over 30 years combined teaching experience, in both schools and for all ages at festivals. Don’t miss what promises to be an inspiring and moving singing workshop, before their Planets Stage performance. Expect banter, anticipate laughter and learn from the best. Suitable for singers of all ages and abilities.
THE PENTAGON The Pentagon is a stunning freestanding installation, swathed in attention-grabbing, hand-drawn designs that are just begging for some colour. Children and adults alike are drawn to this exciting artistic adventure, its creative scope is bounded only in the imagination of passers-by - who can't resist joining in.
Friday 12.30pm Arena Entrance
WE ARE FAMILY A family disco with a difference led by professional dancers, Ruth and Clare and DJ Matt Worden... do your own dance moves or learn some new ones, all to some great tunes. Everyone is welcome. Happily steering clear from the oft-repeated patronising staple at 'kids discos'. This is definitely a family dancing affair - and an ever-growing audience are loving it!
Sunday 6.30pm Cosmic Curiosity
WILLOW WEAVING Join Leilah for an afternoon/evening of willow weaving to help create six large scale lanterns that will house solar lights and hang from trees around the site. You will be weaving to a set pattern but any ability can come. This is an environmentally friendly and fun workshop you can really get your teeth into.
F riday 7pm Sunday 1pm Cosmic Curiosity
WHAT'S THE BUZZ? The Lady Who Would Bee Queen The drones mooch around me, seeking a date. Just one might get lucky, so shall be his fate To seed a new swarm. They all seem quite keen, But I will choose one, because I am the Queen. Then back to the hive for a snooze and some jelly. That’s fair worn me out, I might watch some telly. Bees Got Talent is a prog I’ve not seen, You can watch what you like when you are the Queen. I’m bigger than others, I stand out a lot, But my keeper still likes to paint on me a dot. It really annoys me you know, I mean, Tattoos are so unbecoming a Queen. He turned up today and began to waft smoke. Insufficient respect is shown by these folk. It’s supposed to placate us, but from what I’ve seen, It just makes us mardy and ticks off this Queen. My worker bees love to go looking for flowers. They’ll gather in pollen for hours and hours. They land on the petals and squeeze in between, To bring nectar home for this greedy Queen. I can lay over three thousand eggs in one day. Do I feel rather knackered? I should say! But I still carry on, lady-like and serene. There’s no flies on me. That’s right, I’m the Queen. Sometime in the future, two years from now, I’ll hang up my kit and just take a bow. My successor will suddenly appear on the scene And it’s goodnight, god bless and buzz off from this Queen.
TREASURE HUNT Some of our busy bees have lost their way, but don’t worry, they have their very own personal GPS tracker. Take a look at the map to see where they have landed. Each one is holding a letter. Find all the letters. What word do they spell out?
How many bees can you name? In Britain we have around 270 species of bee. Can you name 10 types?
THE BO SISTERS
S unday 1.45, 3.15 & 4.45pm
The Bo Sisters are 21st century shepherdesses with a passion for knitting pure new wool. Through physical vignettes, The Bo Sisters weave, totter, knit and yarn bomb, conversing with the public, in their quest to find their flock.
BREAD & BUTTER
S unday 2.30, 4pm Satellite Field
Meet our high-energy, fast-moving lycra-clad superheroes, featuring circus skills, dance, slapstick and audience participation galore! A guaranteed crowd pleaser, our heroes bear gifts of yellow Y-fronts from far away galaxies, the audience will find themselves in a cosmic, comic game show with a mind-bending, crowd-pulling finale. Remember not all superheroes wear capes but we do (at other times look out for PE teachers and ballerinas!).
FROM CLASS TO GLASS Often described as a ‘Comedy God’, Matt Barnard is a street performer who’s impossible to walk past. From Class to Glass is a comedy show in which the character changes from a skillful, sophisticated gentleman to a string vest-wearing yob sporting Union Jack shorts S aturday and complete with knotted handkerchief on his 1.45 & 3.15 4.45pm Workshop head. Intrigued?… We definitely are! Satellite Field
Hoops, hoops and more hoops! Join Angie Mack on her hula hoop journey through the ages and across the globe, taking you from the giant 6ft hoop, all the way through to the multi-hooping human tower. This hooptastic interactive comedy street show is jam-packed with highly skilled hula hoop tricks, iconic music and a whole lot of heart.
F riday 1.45 & 4.45pm 3.15pm Workshop Satellite Field
With excessive enthusiasm and a slippery grip on reality, the Lollipop Patrol is here to help and hinder in equal measure. These two are full of self-importance and will take any opportunity to escort an unsuspecting passer by or bring things to a standstill in order to form a safe walkway. They are the 64th emergency service holding up the luminous hand of the law. Experience their traffic-trauma and delight in their neon neurosis.
Friday 1, 2.30 & 4pm Main Arena
FAIRLY FAMOUS FAMILY
Twin brothers Bob and Tom both love their fruit and veg, but how did one brother grow so tall? The answer lies in the special compost formula; if you are lucky they might share it with you. On their travels the boys help the balding to sprout hair, children to bloom and everyone else to a fun filled '5 a day'.
S aturday 1, 2.30 & 4pm Main Arena
Perplexing puzzles, riotous riddles and classic conundrums await anyone who dares… A brand new big top with lots of brain tingling challenges has joined our line-up and all the family are welcome. Each interactive puzzle lasts 5 - 15 minutes. Either drop in for one magical moment or accept the challenge and complete them all (approx 60mins). No booking necessary. Expect suspenseful excitement, painful bewilderment and plenty of snorty laughter. Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11.30am - 5.30pm
The Village Store, Tearoom & Tea Garden Located at the top left of the allotment path from the festival, 1 door below the Methodist Chapel. A family run business, staff that are “Refreshing People”. A team priding ourselves on offering a friendly and personal service with a traditional touch. We are firm believers in championing the values of freshly prepared, homemade & locally sourced produce.
Nothing Here is Fast but We Work Hard for You. Our Tea Room and Tea Garden offers stunning views over the festival and rural countryside, providing the perfect occasion between the stars to try one of our renowned homemade: Hilary’s scones with jam & cream, Hot Toasties or Freshly Oven Baked Croissants.
“Coffee Cawthorne” Just the best, Pollards Roasted Coffee. Our Store sells a variety of fresh goods such as Breads, Cakes, Meat, and Dairy; along with basic household items competitively priced.
10% Discount on all Take away Coffee and Tea for Festival Visitors. Cawthorne Village Store and tea Room Ltd. Recognised as “Hilary’s @ Cawthorne” 11-13 Darton Road, Cawthorne S75 4HR. 01226 792829 49
EMMA’S CRAFTY KIDS
It’s time for your not so little ones to create a crafty little world of their own with tin foil pictures, glove monsters, mask disguises, wire bracelets and so much more. Let your creative kids loose with pens, paints, fabrics and glue. There will be outdoor chalkboards and supreme amounts of fun to be had. Just remember to bring an old T-shirt to work in as it could get very messy! Friday, Saturday & Sunday
BONNIE BAIRNS AREA Designed with kids in mind and packed full of fun, the family events team have got a whole host of goings on for the most inquisitive, creative and playful bonnie bairns of all ages.
Commonly known as the messy tent, we have all kinds of crafts led by our amazing team of star helpers. All activities are listed in the timetables on the following pages. Oh yes, these activities will be totally out of this world!
Toys, books, playmats, colouring (for all ages), a dressing up box, outdoor games, and other fun items (kindly provided by Cawthorne Toddler Group) are available to interact with. It is a (fairly) calm area where families can relax for a while before delving back to the music and mayhem. There is also our wonderfully talented Amanda Cheetham of Rhythm and Rhyme who will be providing singing activities for our littlest Bonnie Bairns each day.
BUMS AND BOOBS TENT A discrete and distraction free space for baby feeding should you require it. We also have baby changing facilities including mats, wipes, potties, etc. Just outside we have a dedicated and frequently cleaned children’s toilet.
Please understand that children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian in all activities on site at all times, and we do hope adults will join in the fun too!
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FRIDAY LIVE & LEARN 9am
EMMA'S CRAFTY KIDS
11am 11am – 12pm
11am – 1pm 12 – 12.45pm
CANVAS BOARD PICTURES
RHYTHM & RHYME
1pm 1 – 1.45pm
SEW A GLOVE MONSTER
2pm 2 – 3pm
COLLAGE IN A BOX
1 – 2pm 1 – 3pm
3.15 – 4pm
3 – 4pm
CREATE A WIRE FLOWER 3 – 5pm 4.15 – 5pm
CERAMIC PLATE DECORATION
2 – 3pm
RHYTHM & RHYME
BOTTLE TOP CREATURES
PLAYTIME 4 – 5pm
RHYTHM & RHYME
SATURDAY LIVE & LEARN EMMA'S CRAFTY KIDS
9 – 9.30am
RAG RUG SAMPLERS
9.45 – 11.15am
9am – 10am 9am – 11am
MAKE A HUNGRY FROG GAME
10am – 11am
PAPIER MACHE CREATIONS
RHYTHM & RHYME
11am – 12pm 11.45am – 12.45pm
BIG FESTIVAL PAINTING
11am – 1pm
2.15 – 3pm
12pm 12 – 1pm
RHYTHM & RHYME
1 – 3pm
PAPER PLATE WEAVING
2 – 3pm
MASK DECORATING & COLLAGE IN A BOX
RHYTHM & RHYME
3.15 – 4pm
3 – 4pm
SEW A FELT BROOCH & GLOVE MONSTERS 4.15 – 5pm
MAKE A WIRE BEAD BRACELET & CREATE A WIRE FLOWER
1 – 2pm
1.15 – 2pm
CERAMIC PLATE & CERAMIC COASTER DECORATION
3 – 5pm
DECORATE A PENCIL CASE/BAG
PLAYTIME 4pm 4 – 5pm
RHYTHM & RHYME 5pm
SUNDAY LIVE & LEARN 9am
EMMA'S CRAFTY KIDS
9 – 9.45am
9 - 10am
CANVAS BOARD PICTURES & TIN FOIL PICTURES
PLAYTIME 9am – 11am
10am 10 – 11am
MASK DECORATING & COLLAGE IN A BOX
RHYTHM & RHYME
11.15am – 12pm
11am - 12pm
SEW A FELT BROOCH & SEW A GLOVE MONSTERS
12.15 – 1.15pm
11am – 12pm
STAINED GLASS MAGIC WANDS
12 - 1pm
MAKE A WIRE BEAD BRACELET & CREATE A WIRE FLOWER
RHYTHM & RHYME
1.30 – 2.30pm
2 - 3pm
CERAMIC PLATE & CERAMIC COASTER DECORATION
1 – 3pm
2 - 3pm
RHYTHM & RHYME 3pm 3 - 4pm
3 – 5pm
3 – 5pm
#UTSFROCKS DECORATED ROCKS
PLAYTIME 4 - 5pm
RHYTHM & RHYME 5pm
WALK THE LINES Mark Fraser, The Storyteller returns! Visit the story tent for original tales and traditional stories. This year there are some very old fairy tales. Before the Grimm brothers and Disney got their greedy mitts on them, they were very different… stories of dragons, castles, fairies, wizards and ice cream. At night Jacob Cracker welcomes you to his dark parlour for stories of the weird, odd and slightly spooky. Not for the squeamish. All of this PLUS the story of the Dance Underneath the Stars awaits you in the story tent… 55
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ACCESSIBILITY UTSf has a dedicated team of accessible volunteers overseen by our Accessible and Safeguarding Manager Moira. The team is available from 8am until midnight to support anybody who may have needs around accessibility. Based in the accessible hub to the north of the Satellite Field, they offer charging for scooters and other medical devices. Arrangements can also be made for the storage of medication in fridges. If you need anything fetching and carrying, or just a friendly chat, please speak to Moira or her team. A steward can also help you get in contact with them. Mobiloo is a toilet, shower changing facility with a step lift and has features such as a hoist, changing table, wet room, shelves and a bin.
Mobiloo opening times Thursday Midday - 2am Friday 6am - 2am Saturday 6am - 2am Sunday 6am - 2am Monday 6am - midday There are assistance dogs on site, but we please ask that they are not approached unless invited to do so. They are working dogs and need to concentrate. The sound systems on site are excellent, and we find that those that have a hearing impairment should try and sit centrally in the big tops for the best experience. We are always here to help. If you do find something or an area where you feel we can improve, please don’t hesitate to speak to us. We warmly welcome feedback and ideas.
2022 is an exciting year as we work with A Greener Festival and take steps to become exactly that! We all have a role to play but here’s what we plan to do this year:
W e have joined Music Declares Emergency to Declare a Climate Emergency We have taken the Vision 2025 Pledge C ontinue to use ultra-low-energy LED lighting across the festival site T empt you with the fantastic vegan and vegetarian food provided by our caterers O perate a reusable cups scheme on site for the bars or invite people to bring their own C ontinue our ban on single use plastic bottles and provide water refill stations across the site. S targazers who bring their own reusable coffee cups get a 25p discount on hot drinks M ake sure artists’ riders are green and sustainable H elp festival-goers organise car shares through our website Use green diesel on site where we can and look at how we can use onsite renewable energy and battery storage technologies. Look to reduce waste and increase recycling
Here are some other ways you can help: Buy a tree! For just £6 you can plant a tree as part of the Festival Wood initiative that we have signed up to. Festivals across the UK are contributing to a large rewilding project in Scotland. Take your own waste home! Inspired by the way you beautiful people leave the campsites spotless at the end of the festival, we came up with this plan to further reduce our carbon footprint. If thousands of Stargazers take their own recycling and waste home – to dispose of in the usual way – we could avoid lots of lorry journeys to deal with it. We’ll provide biodegradable bags for everyone who wants to take part – or better still bring you can bring your own reusable bags or containers.
On the subject of waste We are really pleased to be working with Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council for our waste solution this year. All residual waste locally goes to the award-winning BDR Waste Partnership facility, www.bdronline.co.uk. Waste is segregated at the facility and as much as possible is recycled or reclaimed, resulting in minimal (3%) waste to landfill. Still, we are a temporary event and the most helpful thing you can do for us is to take your rubbish home and use permanent recycling & waste options.
Reduce • Reuse • Recycle • Recover • Dispose
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FOOD & DRINK
Bamboo; your friendly Yorkshire coffee shop conjuring up the very best in hearty classic beverages and delicious seasonal specials. Serving up organic fairtrade coffee. Enjoy ‘guilt free’ with our vegan alternatives on milkshakes, smoothies and home baked goods!
FAB COFFEE CO.
The Fab Coffee Company is going to delight our glampers with their wonderful barista coffee, teas and treats each morning. But what makes them Fab is their on a bike!!!... so you may catch up with them anywhere!
Glamping & Campsite Campsite
FIRERY WOOD FIRED PIZZAS
Fresh hand stretched authentic Neapolitan wood fired pizzas with a whole host of toppings to choose from. Mouth-watering pizzas with traditional Italian ingredients.
GRK GREEK STREET FOOD
They are back! Yes, the Grk Greek returns for another flavour explosion. Grab one of their mega tasty chicken and halloumi wraps or maybe a delicious salad box. Or you could just have the halloumi fries. Either way, you are in for a treat!
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Habaneros will be wrapping & rolling the finest burritos for la gente (the people)... Fresh, high quality and simple Mexican street food including authentic tacos and nachos. Don’t take our word for it, try it yourself!
Juniper1933's gins are organic and hand crafted in Liverpool. Their horse box gin tins and Citroen H bar are truly unique and create a chic boho vibe. The drinks are premium with G and T's and cocktails garnished with all the fancy trimmings including: rose buds, watermelon, strawberries, mint, thyme and more. Main Arena
THE HONEST SUPPER CLUB
The Honest Supper Club, based in local Leeds, will be proudly cooking up the finest quality plant based world inspired cuisine just for you! Stand by… Extraordinary flavours and astoundingly tasty food awaits.
Offering fresh hand pressed beef patties of all combinations to take your taste buds on a culinary adventure. Made with passion and a ridiculous amount of flavor, this street food will not disappoint.
HYACINTH ICE CREAM
A vintage parlour stocked with a choice of Marshfield handmade real dairy ice cream and quality fruit sorbets free from artificial colourings, flavourings or additives, suitable for vegetarians and gluten free. Mmm yes please.
Welcome back Leon! Packed full of healthy ingredients, handpicked wild food, fresh fruit and vegetables, Leon will be once again creating some truly tasty homemade veggie/vegan curries salads and desserts. Hugely popular with our regulars!
LITTLE ESPRESSO COMPANY NOMADIC PIZZA
The converted ‘Sprite 400’ caravan has set its coordinates once again to be with us to serve their exceptional espresso based coffee and loose tea, hot chocolate, iced coffee, cold brew, chai and more. Welcome back!
Delicious, freshly made pizza cooked right in front of you. On a mission to source the best products to complement their hand-stretched dough to create a truly delicious pizza.
Pietanic was born in 2014 from a passion to revive the classic British pie. Each one is made to their own recipe and raised by hand with love. Definitely a cut above the common pie! Join the #pierevolution
Back once again to get your juices flowing! Choose a refreshing milkshake or indulgent smoothie, both whizzed up before your very eyes!
The wonderful Silkstone Scouts will be serving morning butties, teas and coffees to all the campers once again to raise money for various activities throughout their year. Wakey wakey campers!
Somtam Street are ready to whip up some incredible Thai food. Gluten free, dairy free and vegan options all available, the Authentic tastes of Thailand direct to our bellies.
TANDOORI NAAN HUT
Fancy something with a kick? Check out Tandoori Naan Hut’s authentic Punjabi cuisine. All of their dishes are served in an open tandoori naan with mango chutney, mint raitha, pickled red cabbage, fresh coriander and a homemade chilli sauce. Zing!
THE BOURNEVILLE WAFFLE CO.
Offering a dessert unlike any other. Freshly prepared malted Belgian waffles with a choice of sweet toppings including raspberry cheesecake, munchies millionaire with caramel sauce, strawberry and nutella.
Our wonderful tea ladies are back with Yorkshire tea and scrummy cakes. You will also find the Mother Hookers in there, a Crochet Social Group, who have patterns for the more experienced and can help beginners. Why not get your needles out and be creative while having a proper brew! Satellite Field
THE CHURROS BAR
The Churros Bar will be serving up their irresistibly sweet and crispy hot Spanish snack with a selection of toppings. There really is nothing quite like freshly fried homemade churros that practically melts in your mouth. Nom!
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THE ENGLISH INDIAN
The mutli-award winning Indian style fish & chips is back and we couldn’t be happier. Combining the nation’s favourites to create a mouth-watering combo, and we haven’t even mentioned the halloumi, this is not to be missed!
Ever met anyone who doesn’t like hot dogs? Exactly. The Jabberwocky will be serving grilled German sausage loaded with scrummy delights . Great options for kids, veggies and gluten free diners. Oh, did we mention they have a super cool van.
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Fancy some award-winning pints poured by the expert brewers themselves? Their stunning horse box bar includes 5 beer taps for you to choose from. Yorkshire born and brewed… Campsite
WINE & CRAFT BEER BAR
If your tipple is cask beer and vino then hop over to our new craft beer and wine bar. Presented in partnership with Light & Hoppy Bars, we’re proud to serve a great selection of local Yorkshire ales alongside a fine selection of delicious ciders, crispy and fruit wines, potent spirits and refreshing soft drinks. Don’t forget to purchase your cup beforehand. Main Arena
Serving falafels with a twist: beetroot falafels, pea falafels alongside the traditional falafel. Fresh ingredients and colourful salads all wrapped in tasty breads. All falafels are vegan.
Bringing all-American fried chicken to Underneath the Stars. Established in 2018, Yardbirds has fine tuned a menu of their stacked fried chicken burgers, crispy fried chicken strips and fries. Winner winner, chicken dinner! Main Arena
Your Festival Cup We want to dramatically reduce the amount of single use plastics at our festival and have adopted a re-usable cup system for our Arena bars. We are keeping it simple Option 1: Bring your own cup if you prefer
Option 2: You will be charged a non-refundable £2 to use one of our cups for the weekend • Hold onto your cup for the weekend, use it every time you buy a drink. You will be charged again if you need a new cup. • Keep your cup or return your cup at any of the bars or drop into a cup bin before you leave.
LOCAL AMENITIES & USEFUL PHONE NUMBERS Barnsley Hospital A&E Department Gawber Road, Barnsley S75 2EP 01226 730 000
Dial 111 for minor medical emergencies for a phone consultation and dial 999 for major emergencies.
South Yorkshire Police Penistone Police Station 1 Bridge Street, Penistone S36 6AJ. For nonemergencies dial 101.
Penistone Fire Station, Sheffield Road, Penistone S36 6HN 0114 2532505
Kexborough Pharmacy 3 Ballfield La, Darton, Barnsley S75 5EF, 01226 388475 Mon – Fri 8.30am - 5.50pm
Cawthorne Post Office
Friday 9am–4:30pm Saturday 9am–12pm Sunday Closed
Cawthorne Village Store Cash Machines (no cash back) Mon - Fri 8.30am – 5pm Sat & Sun 8.30am – 4pm 11 Darton Road, Cawthorne S75 4HR. 01226 792 819
Hilary's Cawthorne Tea Room & Gardens
Many onsite traders and caterers take card payment. The box office, bar and merchandise stall also take card payments.
Kexborough Post Office 39 Ballfield Lane S75 5FF 1.5 miles from the site. Located inside the convenience store open 7 days a week 6am to 9pm. Free cash withdrawals.
Kexborough Spar 117 Churchfield Lane S75 5DN, 1.5 miles from the site. Located outside the store. Operates 24/7 free cash withdrawals.
One Stop Barnsley Rd, Barugh Green S75 1JT 2 miles from the site. Located inside the store. Store opens 7 days a week 6am to 11pm. Free cash withdrawals.
Mon - Sat 9am – 3pm Sun 10am to 3pm (same location as Cawthorne Village Store) The nearest public telephone box is in Cawthorne outside the Post Office on Church Street, S75 4HL
We advise you to book your taxi well in advance. Local taxi companies will be very busy during the weekend. There is no “off-hire” taxi rank at the festival site. 01226 388888
Blueline Taxis 01226 244444
Silkstone Garage & Co-op The Cross, Silkstone, S75 4LX, Open 6am - midnight, 24Hr cash machine
Ceilidhs Morris Teams Workshops
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