News:Butserfest 2016 celebrates its 10th anniversary, announces stage splits and a slight change of lineup

Butserfest celebrates its 10th anniversary announces stage splits and a slight change of line up.
Organised by East Hampshire District Council, and set in the idyllic beautiful Hampshire countryside. Butserfest is the UK’s biggest alcohol and drug free festival, designed and launched specifically for young people in the area to give them access to a great festival experience with world class music, in a safe environment.

Of course, the festival's appeal extends to music lovers of all ages, who are all welcomed at the event. It's a great day out not just for young people but for families of all ages, with so much to do and see, treating festival-goers to incredible sets from home grown bands of all genres, rocking out on one of their stages. From established UK rock, pop and metal acts to up and coming bands and local bands Butsefest is a great environment for musicians to showcase their talents.

Stage splits have now been revealed for Butserfest 2016 (see flyer) so festival goers can now see which bands are playing on which stage and plan their day accordingly! But changes to the line up include, the recent split of Fearless Vampire Killers, meaning Southampton based local heroes Creeper ably step up to the headlining status they so deserve following a very successful year and a US tour this month. They will be headlining Crossroads Stage marquee.Chunk! No Captain Chunk are no longer able to play at Butserfest and their replacement are Hertfordshire pop rockers ROOM 94. Butserfest also welcome back ZOAX, this time to our main stage following their explosive Crossroads Stage appearance last year.

Tickets just £20 from or by clicking 'book now' on Butserfest's Facebook page! Stage times to be announced via Busterfest the week of the festival.