One of South West’s shiniest hidden gems, Shindig Festival is back next weekend, taking over Somerset’s Gilcombe Farm for the bank holiday weekend. Though anyone will tell you that Shindig is about much more than the music, this year’s lineup is nothing to be sniffed at.  Brought to us by the team behind award-winning record …

Shindig Festival is brought to us from the brains behind multi-award winning record label and party-throwers Ghetto Funk. In five short years, it’s gone from a party in a field to a cult-adored small festival, selling out earlier and earlier each year. Shindig Festival puts positive vibes at the forefront – with an increasingly impressive …

Shindig Weekender has caused quite a stir amongst festival-goers this year. Packed with great music, workshops for all ages and a beautiful community feel, the sold-out pint-sized festival was the perfect weekend getaway from reality.  the sold-out pint-sized festival was the perfect weekend getaway from reality Warming up as one of the first festivals of …

Shindig Weekender is brought to you by the multi-award winning record label and party-throwers Ghetto Funk. Shindiggers will be spoilt for choice across 11 themed areas. Guests can expect live performances from the likes of Soul II Soul, Mr Scruff, Norman Jay, Stereo MCs, Jungle Brothers and Cut Chemist. this is shaping up to be …

Known for its perfect balance of relaxation and revelry, and exceptionally friendly atmosphere, alongside a funky lineup that’s perfect for the beginning of summer; Shindig Weekender has earned a place in many festival lovers’ hearts as something intimate, unique and truly special. Known for its perfect balance of relaxation and revelry Set in the rolling …

It’s December again, which means it’s now socially acceptable, nay encouraged, to wear some of the most horrific jumpers known to man, dangle sparkly bits of crap from your earlobes and hit repeat on songs that should have been lost and forgotten. If you’re not planning on spending five hours queuing outside of Pandora, smelling …

When faced with the prospect of celebrating a British summer by coughing up £243 for a weekend in Glastonbury losing your friends, your mind, your car and your tent, the allure of Shindig Weekender with its capacity for 5000 dirt mongers and £90 tickets is pretty powerful. Especially with Sugarhill Gang, The Heavy and Dutty …