Haydon Bridge Festival is held in the grounds of Haydon Bridge Football Club, Low Hall Park, Haydon Bridge.
The Festival takes place within a large grassland area, with a plenty of outdoor space to enjoy the atmosphere, a few drinks from our bar and some food from our fantastic caterers. We have a large marquee which houses the bar and the stage area where several bands will perform throughout the day.
Over the last 4 years the Haydon Bridge Festival has raised over £15,000 for charities and local good causes.
Tickets are priced at £10. Each ticket includes entry to the Festival, a commemorative glass and 2 drink tokens.
Tickets areavailable from Claire's Newsagents, The General Havelock, Railway and Anchor pubs.
Entry to the Festival is still possible without ticket, but won't include any free drink tokens.
Who organises the Festival?
The Festival is organised by a committee of 3 individuals from Haydon Bridge, working with various groups in Haydon Bridge to arrange the event.
Where do the profits of the Festival go?
All monies raised by the Festival are donated to local charities and good causes. The aim of the Festival Committee is to utilise wherever possible local suppliers, entertainers and services from the village of Haydon Bridge and it's surrounding areas.
Are dogs permitted at the Festival?
The Football Club have asked that no dogs be permitted to the site unless they are guide dogs.
Can we bring our own food and drinks?
Only food and drink purchased at the Festival may be consumed at the event.