The rural weekender is boasting one hell of a line-up

This year’s Barn on the Farm Festival is shaping up rather nicely. They’ve already announced that headliners Jack Garratt and Oh Wonder will be joined by the likes of Rationale, Honne, Samm Henshaw, and Prose, and they’ve just unveiled a bunch of new acts for this year’s bash:

Introducing: The Farm Band (Gabrielle Aplin, Hudson Taylor, Joe from Amber Run, and Hannah Grace)

This exclusive collaboration is bound to be a highlight of the weekend. Expect skin-tight harmonies, chart-bothering hits, and a whole load of fan favourites:


The ultra-talented Ry X will be there

Ry X is going to be absolutely huge. He makes reverb-laced folk-pop, and we think that he’ll go down a storm at the barn:



Dan Croll will be headlining the Outdoor Stage

Catchy indie choruses, a great voice, and cool glasses – what more could you ask for?



Port Isla will be returning to the festival

Folky festival favourites with a knack for crowd-pleasing choruses. They’re sure to be a festival highlight:



We’re keen to see Ryan Keen there

He’s already won over the likes of Ed Sheeran, Ben Howard, and Newton Faulkner, and we think that he’s going to earn a fair few new fans when he performs at this year’s Barn on the Farm Festival:



Brother & Bones will be there to blow the roof off

Atmospheric and anthemic indie with charisma in abundance. A brilliant live act, and one that we can’t wait to see at this year’s festival:



They’ll welcome back hotly-tipped Irishmen The Academic

We’re predicting big things for The Academic. They blew the roof off the main stage last year, and we think that they’re going to be even better this time around:



Brighton’s High Tyde will be making their Barn on the Farm debut

Hotly-tipped Brighton boys High Tyde will be bringing their high-energy indie-pop to the Gloucestershire barns:



That’s one hell of a line-up, isn’t it

They’ve also announced Hidden Charms, The Amazons, Hannah Grace, Skinny Living, Ardyn, Alibis, Judas, Fickle Friends, VANT, Ady Suleiman, Laurel, Dan Owen, Rag N Bone Man, and Eliza and the Bear. Not too shabby, eh? You can get tickets for this year’s festival from the festival’s website.

Are you heading to Barn on the Farm this summer? If so, check out our playlist of every act who’ll be gracing the festival’s stages:


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