The Barn Stage
The Barn Stage is accessed via the courtyard complex. This historic brick barn has in the past been the venue for many famous names, during the late 60’s and early 70’s John Chichester Constable staged the Midsummer night’s dream and later the Humberside Pop Festival, names like The Move, Marmalade, Family, Geno Washington, Free, The Pretty Things, Chicken Shack, Fairport Convention and many more, have all performed here giving this unique building an unrivalled music pedigree.
The Big Top
The Big Top is a splendid circus big top and is our second indoor stage located in the festival village. It is the home of Cornucopia's wonderful World Music programme.
The historic stable courtyard plays host to a collection of artists and a pop up cinema all combined with music. The stable booths house exhibitions from local artists and the team from Wom-bling will be decorating garden sheds plus building art installations throughout the weekend. The music programme is a blend of acoustic, jazz, steel band and classical guitar. This courtyard is also the location of our gin and prosecco bar, all served from a 100 year old fairground stall, which adds a touch of theatre to this area.
The Bottom Courtyard
This area gives access to both the top courtyard and the Barn Stage where you can enjoy a drink from the Barn Stage bar and light refreshments from the Burton Constable café. Chairs and tables are available for you to sit, drink and eat while waiting for the next Barn Stage performance.
The Festival Village
The festival village is the central space of the festival, giving access to the Big Top, the Cabaret Tent, the Craft Marquee and the Land of Green Ginger.
Arranged like a village green the area is home to the “Door To Nowhere” and the world’s smallest stage (Hull phone box).
The Village Bar can be accessed from the village, also the food court and the outdoor trade stands.
In the evening you can stand around the fire pit located outside the Cabaret Tent and on the way back to the campsite drop into the Warm Tent for a hot chocolate and hot water bottle to take with you for a cozy night's sleep.
The Land of Green Ginger
Entry to this area is included with all tickets.
The Land of Green Ginger is the children's and crafts centre for the festival and you will find the Judy's Attic Craft Tent, children's entertainment and activities from Captain Kipper and the Flamborough Trolls, the Yorkshire Dragon drums, the Dolly Daydream caravan, the zorbing balls, the bungee and some beautiful old time fairground rides.
Accessed behind the food court, the Outlands are located outside the festival village propper and this area plays host to children’s activities over at the Orangery. Some of the village based children’s activities use the Outlands as their additional performance space. The Outlands are also home to the Pennine Hot Air Association and they will tether their 90ft balloons which will be lit by an evening burn(weather permitting) Fri/Sat.
This area will also host some children's giant games and have-a-go archery on the lawns.
Burton Constable Hall and Grounds
Entry to the Hall grounds is included with all tickets.
Meander through Burton Constable Hall's evocative grand rooms filled with fine art and furniture. Discover the extraordinary 18th centuary 'Cabinet of Curiosities' and uncover 500 years of fascinating characters from the Constable family. Or discover the restored stable block, with displays and exhibitions telling stories of stable life in past times. Explore the historic parkland designed by Capability Brown with walks and wildlife trails through the glorious setting. The Festival ticket will give you free access to to the Stable Yards and grounds, woodland walks etc. -
The Hall is open from 11am until 4pm and all festival ticket holders get half price entry into the Hall.