Here is some information for those of you who are coming to
Hawkfest this year.
festival is set on a wonderful Greenfield site, with lots of
trees and views over the beautiful Devonshire countryside,
near Honiton in East Devon, which has full rail and bus
links to the rest of the country. The nearest airport is
has flights from all over UK and Europe.
A detailed map with directions and a list of the nearest
hotels and bed and breakfast establishments, for those of
you who don't fancy camping, will be sent out with tickets.
Camping will be available on the site and we have brought in
luxury toilet facilities
disabled toilet provision.
There will be a couple of bars, including a lounge bar, with
a selection of beers, cider, real ales, wines, spirits, soft
drinks etc, a sit down café and a variety of food
outlets….We even have a village store for all of your
There will be workshops, stalls, walk around entertainment
and of course the usual children's area with a variety of
line up is looking good too with some amazing bands across a
whole variety of genres.
Blake will be performing on Friday evening and also joining
Hawkwind for their set on Saturday night. Sunday it is
T.O.S.H (Technicians of Spaceship Hawkwind), so as some of
you will already know, anything can happen there
have a few traditional Hawkfest favourites……Tarantism, Tribe
of Cro, Bruise, Spacehead and Relentless, and by popular
demand we have brought back from last year Omnia Opera,
Danse of the Dead and the Tits of Death.
These will be joined by, The Starfighters (Bob Calvert's old
backing band), Wind of Change, and many other bands which we
will be announcing over the next couple of weeks.
There will be DJ sets throughout the weekend, including one
by drum maestro Richard Chadwick himself!
to the huge success of "Question Time" last year, we have
decided to bring it back, with a panel of band, crew and
guests, hosted as usual by our favourite TV presenter, Mr
get those questions and discussion points in to
if you want your voice to be heard.
usual, well behaved dogs and children are welcome and
children 12 years and under get in free.
regular updates on this year's festival, keep an eye on the
Hawkfest micro site,
which is also accessible from the main
Tickets are available online by