NOZSTOCK the festival in the The Hidden Valley near Bromyard, is set to celebrate its 20th anniversary this year, and the theme will be, naturally enough, ‘Nozstalgia’.

From Friday July 20 to Sunday July 22, the festival plans to celebrate “two decades of mesmerising get-togethers on a working farm in the rolling hills of Herefordshire”.

A spokesman said: “Curated by the father and daughter duo of Pete and Ella Nosworthy and their huge extended family, Nozstock has flourished over the years into one of the country’s weird and wonderful odysseys.”

Pete added: “I can’t quite believe we are reaching our 20th anniversary. It’s been a crazy adventure since we started with just a handful of friends on the farm, and now look where we are! We feel we’ve got a brilliant line-up for everyone this summer, with some really special performances to look out for across all our stages, and in the nooks and crannies. Get set for one hell of a party. The Orchard will host some amazing new artists this summer.”

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Pete said: “This is going to be really special.”

And he added: “The Blockheads are true UK legends, bringing their electric funk, rock, punk and a catalogue of hits. Next up, Honeyfeet are quite unlike any band on the circuit, with their infectiously danceable groove, guttural passion and impeccable style.

“Jalen N’Gonda was inspired by his father’s collection of jazz, hip-hop, soul and classical records, and his tender soulful voice is a joy to behold whilst Mad Dog Mcrea blend a unique mixture of folk rock, pop, gypsy jazz, bluegrass and “shake-your-ass” music. “

Meanwhile, the garden area will provide “an eclectic mix of urban sounds and acoustic musings”.

Further details at: / @Nozstock / /