Radio 1 breakfast show DJ Greg James has been announced as the headliner for the final night of the Young Farmers Festival 2019.
On Saturday 4 May, Greg James will bring the unforgettable young farmers party to an electrifying crescendo with a DJ set that’s sure to feature more bangers than you can shake a stick at.
Greg follows fellow Radio 1 DJs Scott Mills and Chris Stark, who will headline the Friday night (3 May) at the festival.
Tickets for the first-ever Young Farmers Festival went on sale yesterday (13 March) with prices for the weekend of serious fun starting at £125.
To buy tickets, go to the Young Farmers Festival page on Eventbrite.
Young Farmers Festival 2019 ticket prices
Until 31 March – early bird discounts
From 1 April to 1 May
- £175 – standard advanced ticket for all (including UK YFC members)
From 2-5 May
- £200 – on the day (including UK YFC members)
All tickets include camping, car parking, access to all the great activities and entertainment, plus a great British breakfast on the final day. All you need to bring is a tent and spending money for food and drinks.
For more information and to buy tickets, go to the Young Farmers Festival website.
Caravans and campervans
The festival can accommodate a limited number of caravans and campervans – this costs £70 and is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The festival has been designed as a celebration of the amazing contribution made to British agriculture by young people from across the UK.
Young farmers will be camping on a farm, making memories with mates and meeting new people.
During the day there will be plenty to keep revellers entertained, including sports, competitions and other fun activities including a Wolf Run challenge. By night festival-goers will be partying hard to headline DJs and lively entertainment.
The festival is for anybody who is aged 18 or older on 2 May 2019. There is no upper age limit, but remember that this is a festival designed specifically with young people in mind.
The rule is, if you’re old enough to have kids who can attend then you’re probably too old.
Farmers Weekly editor Karl Schneider said: “We are incredibly proud of Britain’s talented young farmers and this Young Farmers Festival is sure to be the celebration that they deserve.
“In January we launched a survey asking young farmers what they wanted this event to look like and we were staggered by the response.
“Thanks to everyone who pitched in to help us – we’ve listened to what you want and are now acting on your feedback.
“The Farmers Weekly team has been working flat-out to build an event that rewards, motivates and inspires the future of our industry – and we can’t wait to see you there.”