Rock Oyster Festival 2015

Rock Oyster Festival 2015

North Cornwall’s Summer Party Returns. The Rock Oyster Festival 2015 a feast of food, fun and music.

Set on the banks of the Camel river estuary at Dinham House and close to Wadebridge, Rock Oyster Festival is as much of a festival lover’s dream, as a Cornwall lover’s dream.

Rock Oyster champions the arts, children’s entertainment and theatre, food, music, fine wine and great beer, talks and riverside walks and even long table banquets cooked by local chefs.

A fantastic music line up remains the anchor of entertainment at the festival and this year is no exception. The organiser Charlie Anderson said "We will be announcing our full line up in mid February and I guarantee that our festival goers are in for a treat".

Rock Oyster Festival is widely popular and now, in its sixth year, is a well established proper summer celebration. A great open air party for all ages in an idyllic setting, with stunning views rolling down to touch the banks of the River Camel from the campsite and festival grounds.

Festival organiser, Charlie Anderson, said "Rock Oyster is the perfect answer for festival goers who are turning their backs on the mainstream “bun fight” in their droves. If you are looking for a small festival with its own identity but still offers banging entertainment and with Cornwall at its heart, you have found the right place".

"The music line up this year we guarantee to match and overtake previous years. We have already announced festival favourites "The Land of The Giants" and there are more red hot acts to announce in the coming weeks."

Rock Oyster Festival

The Festival prides itself on providing a great choice of excellent food to eat and what is on offer is far from a festival norm of burgers and chips. Porthilly oysters from the Camel Estuary, succulent mussels cooked by chefs of the St. Moritz Hotel, huge paellas and spicy

Cornish curries and delicious bespoke wood-fire cooked pizzas. There is something to delight all palates and for the children, back by popular demand, Alice in her amazing orange van.

Charlie Anderson added "We ran a Farmer’s Market for the first time last year which was a huge success. We will be keeping a very modest stall charge as we are keen to contact even the smallest local food business, so that we can show off the huge variety of top quality food that Cornwall can proudly boast."

The Beer Big Top will be back in strength serving a great range of guest and Cornish ales. And Wadebridge Wines will be there for those with a taste for the grape.

Families are always the focus for Rock Oyster, kids love the festival and the festival loves kids. This year the children will again be taking over the Big Top main stage all afternoon, with the best in kids entertainment set to captivate the children and big kids alike. Children’s activities will include archery, horse drawn carriage rides, storytelling, Badger Forest School, craft workshops and football on Saturday morning for the campers.

Like the pearl hidden within the oyster shell, Rock Oyster Festival is one of Cornwall’s gems.

Tickets for the Saturday day and night are on sale now priced at only £22 per adult, £8 for the younger children and £14 for teens. Camping is available on the Friday and Saturday nights and for early ticket sales there is a nominal booking fee of £1 per adult and there is no booking charge for children or teens.

Gates open at 6pm on Friday 10th July.

"This festival has everything to shout about and we look forward to seeing you in July. Tell your family and friends, find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – share us like crazy!"

North Cornwall Rock Oyster Festival 11th July 2015
For the full flavour of the Rock Oyster Festival, updates and announcements please visit www.rockoysterfestival.co.uk

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