SO.CO Team

10 months ago

Festival Preview: Deer Shed 2023

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Deer Shed Festival is one of the UK's most popular family-friendly music and arts festivals, attracting thousands of visitors every year. Set in the picturesque Baldersby Park, in Topcliffe, North Yorkshire, the festival is scheduled to take place from the 28th to the 31st of July 2023. 

Panic Shack by Thomas Jackson

Panic Shack by Thomas Jackson

The festival is well-known for its impressive line-up of headliners, and this year's event is no exception. The Comet is Coming, Public Service Broadcasting, and The Delgados are set to take the stage, promising a weekend of top-quality entertainment. The festival also features an impressive comedy lineup, with Phil Wang, Lauren Pattison and Bridget Christie guaranteed to keep the laughs coming. 

 

With a supporting cast including Gaz Coombes, This Is The Kit, Dream Wife, WH Lung and Panic Shack, Deer Shed is a festival with real strength in depth, and one which rewards experimentation and exploration.

 

Deer Shed festival isn't just about the music though. The event is also packed with a diverse range of arts, literature, and theatre performances, making it an immersive cultural experience for all ages. From spoken word performances to interactive workshops, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

 

The festival's family-friendly atmosphere is one of its defining features, with plenty of activities and entertainment tailored for children of all ages. The Kids Area is packed with games, craft activities, and workshops, allowing parents to relax and enjoy the festival while their little ones are entertained.

 

For those who want to make the most of their time at the festival, camping is available on-site. There are a variety of camping options to choose from, including family camping and glamping, so visitors can enjoy the great outdoors in comfort.

 

Tickets for Deer Shed 2023 are available here.

Dream Wife by Thomas Jackson

Dream Wife by Thomas Jackson

Words: Thomas Jackson

Header Image: Public Service Broadcasting by Kev Curtis