18-20 July 2014

A 3-day celebration of music, food and drink

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The Festival that Keeps Giving

The Brentwood Festival has raised over £120,000  for charity.  This year, we’re proud to support Helen Rollason Cancer Charity and Hopefield Animal Sanctuary

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NEW FOR 2014: VIP Access!

By popular demand, we are pleased to announce we’re adding a VIP area to #BwdFest14

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Great Music

Our lineup ranges from ska to soul, rock to reggae, acoustic to amplied.  With over 30 bands performing on 3 stages over the weekend, we’ve got music for everyone

Who's On Stage

Great Food & Drink

With 100 real ales on tap and a new and improved Food Village, we’d got plenty to tempt your tastebuds

What's on the Menu

Great Family Fun

This year, we’ll be adding lots of new activities to keep youngsters (and the young at heart) entertained.   Sunday is our family day: children go free and adult tickets are 50% off!

What's On for Children

Featured Bands

2014 Brentwood Festival Headliners

ALEXANDER O'NEAL

MISSING ANDY

SIMON & OSCAR from OCEAN COLOUR SCENE

THE DUALERS

30 bands - 3 stages - 3 days

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Official Festival Hashtag: #BwdFest14

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Latest News

BIG Announcement Coming Soon

Ok, guys, we are reeaaaallllllyyyyyyy excited about a big massive announcement we’ll be making very soon about our Sunday headliner. Just crossing all the t’s and dotting all the i’s on the band’s contract, then we’ll be able to let you in our secret. Get your EARLY BIRD tix before they’re gone on 30 April!

“No Good for Me”: Looking for Liam video

We wish we had had this much as 17-year-olds! Essex-based Looking for Liam, a trio of teens from Rayleigh and Romford, are making a real splash on the music scene. Check out their original track, “No Good for Me”.

2014 White Horse Festival

Join us for a ‘warm up’ to the Brentwood Festival, with many of your fave bands playing for FREE over the Bank Holiday weekend to fundraise for Helen Rollason Cancer Charity.