Beat-Herder, the weirdest, wildest and most wonderful party in the UK festival calendar, announces its first names for 2018. Running from 13 - 15 July, Beat-Herder will once again transform Lancashire’s Ribble Valley into a technicolour party and escapist’s utopia, with an array of 20+ whimsical stages, world-class DJs and surprises aplenty.
- Secure camping
Oxfam has its own safe and secure campsite which is equipped with a marquee as a community space for our volunteers.
- Hot tea & coffee
We also provide all volunteers with access to hot tea and coffee, hot showers and toilets, so it’s really every festival goers dream!
- Phone charging
We know that access to power on a festival site is usually tricky so we ensure access to free phone charging points in our marquee.
- Meal tokens
You will also receive a meal token for each shift, to keep you full of smiles with a happy tummy.
Photo: Justin Gardener 2017