Graze Festival is a new food, music and arts festival being staged at Humphreys Farm off the Hazeley Road in Twyford. You may have heard talk in the past about running a festival in the village before now, often referred to as Twyfest.
Well, Twyford in Berkshire have bagged that name for their festival, so Graze Festival is our name for this brand new event. Why Graze Festival….well why not?
It celebrates local food, beers, wines and music with a full playlist of bands and performers on the main stage and smaller performance areas.
Deliberately aimed at the chilled end of the festival scene, Graze Festival will be especially welcoming to families and children. There will be lots to do and see other than listen to the live music or eat and drink quality food from a wide range of local suppliers and vendors.
Graze Festival is organised by volunteers from Twyford and the surrounding area, specifically to raise funds to support and enhance our local community. It’s a not for profit enterprise with all surpluses going in to a fund to help the many great organisations and groups that are in Twyford, and need financial support to survive and flourish.
Visit grazefestival.com for more details.
After 4 fantastic years of live music, fine food and family entertainment, Graze Festival is taking a break.
Founded in 2015, Graze Festival has grown into one of Hampshire’s leading family-friendly festivals. Over 10,000 festival-goers have witnessed live music performances from The Blockheads, Toyah, The Beat, Stereo MCs, Republica, From The Jam, Neville Staple, This Is The Kit and many more.
The Graze Festival Community Fund has distributed over £20,000 to local groups and charities. The annual summer event is organised entirely by volunteers and is a not-for-profit enterprise.
“Putting on a festival is a year-round commitment. We need an opportunity to refine our ideas, gather feedback from our fantastic community, and bolster our offering to local festival goers for 2020.”
“We sincerely hope that after a well-earned rest we can find a way once more to put on one of Hampshire’s finest days out for all the family to enjoy.”