Hop Farm Festival 2010
Hop Farm is located in Paddock Wood, Kent, in the United Kingdom, and is currently getting ready to host the third Hop Farm Festival. Its previous success has led to the organizing of yet another festive event filled with live music, entertainment and activities. The Hop Farm Festival 2010 will take place on the 3rd of July, and is guaranteed to be a day of fun for the entire family to enjoy. Many music enthusiasts attend the Hop Farm Festival not only to enjoy a stellar line-up of bands and artists, but to enjoy its laid back and peaceful atmosphere.
Festival goers will be able to purchase tickets to enter the festival ground on concert day, or to get comfortable on the Friday evening in the camping grounds, and stay for the weekend. The camping ground offers clean and neat bathrooms, and spacious camping and caravanning sites. If accompanied by an adult children under the age of twelve will be allowed to enter free of charge. There will also be spectacular entertainment for the younger generation at the festival’s fun fair, where thrilling fair rides and activities will keep some festival goers occupied for hours. Another popular activity at the Hop Farm Festival is the Celebrity Football tournament. Teams of five members each are made up of DJ’s, former footballers, celebrities and bands, that take to the fields of the camping grounds, and compete for the honor of becoming the festival tournament winners. It is an event that is enjoyable to watch, as players are also having fun on the field.
With regard to the live music acts, the Hop Farm Festival has already confirmed the participation of a number of well known artists. Festival goers can look forward to seeing the likes of Ray Davies, Foy Vance, Laura Marling, Seasick Steve, The Magic Numbers, Peter Doherty and Mumford & Sons on stage. There will also be an unforgettable performance by Bob Dylan, who has agreed to an exclusive appearance at the festival. The Hop Farm Festival is a melting pot of music and entertainment, and has become a popular event on the annual UK festival calendar that music lovers would not want to miss.