After a break, Wiltshire’s biggest little festival is back in 2015. Fieldview

Festival is returning for its ninth year from August 6-9. The former garden party that

swelled to a 3,000 capacity multi-day event is returning with a new site near Seagry and its

charming mix of the UK`s best independent and grassroots music.

The festival has raised over £25,000 pounds for local and international charities since its

inception and has become a highlight in the local summer festival scene for

music revellers of all ages from the surrounding area and across the UK.

Organiser James Cameron (the festival began as a party in the Cameron family's back garden) said: "We have raised nearly £22,000 for charity over the last nine years and this year is no different with profits going to Temwa, a Bristol-based charity working with sustainable projects in Northern Malawi and Cool Earth, a Rainforest Charity.

"We also have a competition this year where ticket holders are being entered into a draw to win two tickets for a two-week sustainable travel programme in India with sustainable tour operator Fooglebinder.

"Local music and workshops include Malmesbury's Henry Green, Swindon's Colour The Atlas, Josh Kumra, Swindon Samba and Yoga Shak."

Confirmed to perform so far are the underground punk folk road

warriors Skinny Lister and the laid back dance rhythms of Boxed In and Wiltshire`s

own fast rising folktronic star Henry Green who is supporting Nick Mulvey on his

upcoming European tour. Friday's folk offering also includes fast rising Clean

Bandit featured vocalist Eliza Shaddad and the youthful raw talent of blues

sensation Dan Owen.

The festival provides something for everyone, with its near compulsory fancy

dress theme, yoga and tai chi workshops, boutique stalls and late night revelry.

The festival mixes the cutting edge with the traditional, you can expect to see

London`s next underground sensation on the main stage while a sea shanty band

rock the house across the track.

Festival organiser Dan Cameron explains the festival's music as, “We just try and

programme the best quality music we can, we want to surprise people, we don`t

want to just select one genre or style, we want people to discover their new

favourite band or try a workshop they would never normally come into contact


The family run festival also prides itself on its approach to supporting the local

economy and environment with all food sourced locally and a strong focus on


The festival is an intimate wonderland of woodland, rustic stalls and imagination.

The three stages cater for the intimate and the grand. Workshops confirmed so

far are far ranged from Tai Chi, Capoeira, Archery, Sustainable Living, Happy

Hens, Yoga and Samba.

Tickets this year are £50 with options for glamping and family camping.

Contact: Chris Pleass - 07870653292 -