Festival Field & More

Thursday 4th to Sunday 7th July 2024


Things to see and do

The field is a popular meeting place buzzing with the festival atmosphere surrounding the Main Marquee, Kid’s Zone Marquee, an artisan market, food and drink outlets and much more. There are lots of free activities on the Festival Field, Diamond Jubilee Field WA4 2AP.

Information Tent (kindly sponsored by Priestley College Warrington)

Buy tickets on Friday 5th July from 12 noon. On Saturday and Sunday volunteers will be on hand to assist with FAQs, programmes, directions and ticket sales.

Festival Box Office

Open at the Forge Shopping Centre Stockton Heath every Friday and Saturday from 14th until Saturday 29th June (inclusive) from 10am to 1pm.

Friday to Sunday


The Festival Field comes alive for the opening night double-bill. Festival-goers can enjoy the Rock Night concert showcasing two talented local bands The Fleegals and Bemonts.

At “Friday o’clock” meet friends, and let your hair down at the main Festival Marquee opening concert!

  • Rock Night: Double Bill

    Rock night in the Festival Marquee: Two great local bands to enjoy!
    Festival Marquee, Festival Field WA4 2AP
    Ages 16+, Music & Dance
    Friday 5 July
  • Saturday

    10.30am: Studio 54 Dance Academy
    11.30am: Warrington Rock Choir
    3.30pm: Olivia Booth
    4.30pm: Warrington U3A Sea Shanty choir
    5.15pm: Si Barnard

    Saturday & Sunday: AT Dance (From 4pm Kid’s Zone Marquee) and Stockton Heath: A Short History in Pictures.

  • The Killers Kollective

    The Killers Kollective is a professional The Killers tribute band, made up of 6 highly experienced musicians.
    Festival Marquee, Festival Field WA4 2AP
    Aged 16+, Music & Dance
    Saturday 6 July
  • Sunday

    10.30am: JC Dance Academy
    11.30am: Melody Makers Choir
    1pm: Kiwi Chorus

    4pm: Line Dancing taster for beginners, join the experienced teacher in the Festival Marquee.

  • The Deltatones: Festival Finale

    Don't miss the festival finale, where you can sing, dance and let your hair down! The group will be performing many popular favourites.
    Festival Marquee, Festival Field WA4 2AP
    Aged 16+, Music & Dance
    Sunday 7 July
  • More to explore!

    Various venues:

    – St Thomas’ Church WA4 6HJ

    – Stockton Heath Scout Centre WA4 2AP

    – Stockton Heath Library WA4 2AN

    – Appleton Parish Hall WA4 5EQ

    – Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden WA4 3DS

    – Hill Cliffe Church WA4 5AL

    – Methodist Church Hall WA4 6NL

  • Open-air theatre: Romeo and Juliet

    Open-air theatre at Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden. Award-winning Illyria present Romeo and Juliet, one of Shakespeare's most loved works.
    Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden WA4 3EA
    Aged 10+, Culture & Creativity, Theatre & Comedy
    Saturday 6 July
  • Say hello!

    In addition to the packed programme of events, visiting the Festival Field over the weekend will be many community organisations such as a police museum, U3A, Cheshire Cycles (bike and safety checks), Moore Camera Club, Cheshire Wildlife Trust, St Thomas’ Church, Bethesda Church, Stockton Heath Parish Council, Warrington Disability Partnership, Hill Cliffe Church, Warrington Rotary, the local WI and Wild About Stockton Heath (WASH).


    Fancy supporting the Festival?

    As a charity, the Festival relies on volunteers and sponsorship. To volunteer, you must be over 18 years old with a few hours to spare. If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you!

    To sponsor, various packages are available so please express your interest in supporting the Festival below (planning for the 2025 Festival will begin in October 2024).

    Fill out the brief form below and choose the area you’re interested in and a member of the Festival Team will get back to you.


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