Now in its fourth year, Jelly Festival in the beautiful grounds of Compton Hall in Norfolk truly breaks the mould and sets the standard as one of the UK’s coolest new boutique festivals.With acts such as The Freestylers, The Egg, Concrete Disco and bands from as far afield as Cuba confirmed to perform and a host of surreal sights to experience, this year’s Jelly Festival is set to be the best yet!
Freestylers – The Freestylers – In Love With YouDubbed ‘a family-friendly Secret Garden Party’, for the first time the Jelly Festival will be opening its doors to campers a day early so people can get settled for the fun that lies ahead.
A big part of the Jelly Festival ethos is to operate along ethical and environmentally friendly lines and support and promote the wonderful local family-run businesses of North Norfolk.
Throughout the festival, the family friendly vibe means kids can also just hang out with mum and dad and enjoy the music and when the day draws to a close, there is even a separate campsite for families to have their own world of peaceful bliss.
As the name suggests, the Jelly Festival is one big, glistening homage to all things Jelly and tonnes of the wobbly stuff will be served throughout the day including jelly cocktails and softer jelly treats for the kids with all donations going to Anglia Air Ambulance.
From the youngest sprog to the young at heart, more mature lover of great music and everyone else in between, Jelly Festival is a real melting pot with people milling about, dancing, laughing, making friends, and it’s one of the few places on earth you can see teenagers out with Mum and Dad, but not feeling embarrassed!