Barn on the Farm: Line-up, dates, and tickets as Lizzy McAlpine and Bleachers to headline
The beloved UK independent music festival Barn on the Farm is getting ready to make a return with indie hits and breakout stars.
The weekend gig —set in the storybook Over Farm in Gloucestershire — will encourage a sense of community among artists and music lovers, highlighting the importance of collaboration and kinship.
But who can you expect to see at Barn on the Farm and how can you get your hands on tickets?
Here is everything we know.
When is Barn on the Farm 2023?
This year’s festival will take place from Thursday, June 29 until Sunday, July 2.
The three-day event will welcome tens of artists and thousands of festival-goers.
Barn on the Farm 2023 line-up
Each day is set to have a headliner. So far, Thursday’s headliner has been kept under wraps, but the remaining headlining acts will be Lizzy McAlpine, Bleachers, and Holly Humberstone on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, respectively.
Other names you can expect to see at the event include Dylan, The Staves, The Big Moon, Olivia Dean, and The Academic, plus Caity Baser, Wunderhorse, Cam Aspen, Thomas Heddon, and Amber Run will be there, too.
The remaining artists in the line-up are:
Red Rum Club
The Royston Club
How to get tickets
Barn On The Farm tickets are currently on sale on the event’s official website.
While the tickets that cover both the Thursday event and the main weekend have sold out, music lovers can still get their hands on tickets for the main weekend for £190 per person, which includes entry and camping. Tickets covering Saturday to Monday are also up for grabs for £150.
Those who aren’t interested in camping can opt for entry-only tickets, which are £90 per day.