Music and Events Information


Ruin Stage

Artist Start Time
The Lottery Winners 8.20pm
Takotsubo Men 7.20pm
Revisit 6.20pm
Owter Zeds 5.20pm
Brunelle 4.20pm
The Tiny Minds 3.20pm
Tim O’Connor 2.20pm
Alex Roberts 1.30pm
Sleepers 12.40pm

Weaver Stage

Catfish Skillet 6.00pm
Zoe Stirling 5.00pm
Pocket Hercules 4.00pm
Farrago 3.00pm
Ben Blue Waters 2.00pm
Rayen 1.30pm
Three Valleys Gospel Choir 1.00pm

Heptonstall Festival presents: The Roald Dahl Treasure Trail

heptonstall-fox-2015On Festival Day we are planning to create a Treasure Trail that will take the children through the village, finding clues along the way. If you live in Heptonstall we would like you to help us create this Trail by volunteering to create a clue and place it in your window or in your garden.

These clues could take on any forms as long as they relate to Roald Dahl. It could be something as simple as a passage taken from a book to a masterpiece creation made from sticky back plastic and fairy liquid bottles – Blue Peter eat your heart out!

We cannot create the Trail until we know how many volunteers we have, so if you would be kind enough to register your interest at the Post Office as soon as possible. We will close the list on 15h May, this will give us good time to be able to liaise with everyone and create the Trail ready for July 4th.

Don’t worry if you miss this date, we still would like as many people as possible to decorate their gardens / houses just for the fun of it.

So get your thinking caps on and let’s get Creative!

If you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely……..Roald Dahl

Donations still welcome

Heptonstall Festival organisers hope local people will continue to support fundraising for next month’s festival.
Jan Lymer said they planned to distribute one more flyer, together with donation envelopes, in early September.
In the meantime, pink collecting boxes have been placed in both pubs, Towngate tea rooms and the post office.
She said: ‘Cheques should be made out to Heptonstall Festival. If anyone wants to donate now, they can give them to Tony in the post office.’