Everything you need to know about the 2024 Godney Gathering

By Laura Linham

14th May 2024 | Local News

What can you see and do at the Godney Gathering? (All photos: Godney Gathering)
What can you see and do at the Godney Gathering? (All photos: Godney Gathering)

Welcome to your comprehensive guide to the Godney Gathering 2024, a standout micro festival held annually at Garslade Farm in the scenic countryside of Somerset.

This event has quickly become a must-visit destination for music lovers across the UK. Here's what you can expect at the Godney Gathering on 19 and 20 July 2024.

What is the Godney Gathering?

Starting in 2011, the Godney Gathering has grown from a small single-stage event to a much-loved festival that attracts attendees from all over the nation. Known for its eclectic mix of music and family-friendly atmosphere, the festival has featured memorable performances from top artists like UB40, The Darkness, and many more.

Who is headlining the Godney Gathering 2024?

This year, the festival is proud to announce headliners Zion Train and Embrace. These acts will lead a robust lineup of performers across various stages, promising two days of unforgettable music.

What can you see and do at the Godney Gathering?

Full Lineup for 2024

Friday, July 19:

  • Main Stage: Zion Train, The Chase, Monkey Bizzle, CityLightz
  • Second Stage: The Boot Hill All Stars, The Priddice Brothers Band, Special Guest TBA
  • Silent Disco: Esme Banks, Rigside, Friskie, Prospa, Aztek

Saturday, July 20:

  • Main Stage: Dutty Moonshine Big Band, Embrace, The Lottery Winners, Fisherman's Friends, Skylights, The Entitled Sons, Nati, Dub Catalyst
  • Second Stage: The Velvet Hands, Spangled, Lock-In, Megan Wyn, Colour TV, Hunny Buzz
  • Glastonbury Calling Stage: The Matt Wescott Band, Krooked Tongue, Break the Slate, Beside the Gray, The Cosmin Project, The Clean Up, Harry Jxye
  • Silent Disco: Jamie Mac, DJ John Lime, Middle Ground, Forgive & Forget, Embraced DJs, Urban Snail, DJ Matt Ettle, Bambiclare, Connor C & TGad, J Quantize, Hodgey

Family Entertainment and Activities

The festival goes beyond music with 'The Playground', a dedicated zone for young attendees, and the ever-popular Silent Disco which engages festival-goers of all ages.

Where is the Godney Gathering held?

The festival takes place at Garslade Farm, located in the beautiful setting of Godney, Somerset. It's easily accessible by car and has ample parking, with detailed directions available for those travelling from major cities like Bristol, Yeovil, and Taunton.

What are the camping and accommodation options?

The Godney Gathering offers a variety of camping and glamping options, running from 18 to 21 July. Attendees can choose from basic tent camping to more luxurious glamping experiences. Detailed information and booking options are available on the festival's website.

How can you get tickets and plan your visit?

Tickets for the Godney Gathering are essential for entry. Visitors can purchase tickets through the official festival website, where they can also find FAQs and additional information about facilities and site rules.

Why should you attend the Godney Gathering?

The Godney Gathering is not just a festival; it's a community celebration that brings together music lovers, families, and artists in a unique rural setting. It's an opportunity to experience live performances in an intimate environment, surrounded by the natural beauty of Somerset.

For more detailed information and to ensure you don't miss out on future updates, including the announcement of special guests and activities, visit the official Godney Gathering website and consider signing up for our newsletter. Stay connected and informed about this and other local events to make sure you never miss a story.


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