After 3 postponements due to covid, and challenges finding sponsors and funding through brexit, thousands of people descended on Charisworth Farm for the first time since 2019
Close to 8,000 people are estimated to have attended the festival, including NHS staff who were accommodated for free, with the founder Tom calling it our “biggest and best” event yet.
“People came here and loved it and because it’s been three years since the last one, so I think this year has just ramped up. The atmosphere was unreal and without a doubt this has been our biggest and best one yet. Every year it levels up and gets even more electric."
Headliners included Eagles of Death Metal (who rode a motorcycle onto stage!), The Fratellis, Terrorvision, Newton Faulkner, Dub War, The Skints, and more.
Teddy Rocks Festival has been recognised by the following awards
Exceptional positive contribution to the heavy music scene