The Browson Beats music festival, on a working farm a few miles to the north of Richmond, is what we foundwhen we dipped into What's On Richmond this week and what a find! If the festival's website is anything to go by, it'll be an ambitious and thoroughly well organised event.
Entry is from 12:00 on Saturday; the music starts at 13:00 and goes on into the small hours. Folk, rock and jazz are promised; pizzas, ice creams, street food and beer will keep all ages fuelled; glamping and camping are available if you're after that Glastonbury vibe, but without the mud (probably!). Younger visitors will love the attractions, including outdoor games, craft-making, face painting and bouncy castles.
You can get your tickets online (website link below), or at the gate, or from King Street Kitchen and Gifts in Richmond. Adult entry is £25, £5 for under 16s and under 2s are free. Your cash wil go to two terrific charities - Yorkshire Air Ambulance and Pancreatic Cancer UK - so you'll be doing good as well as having fun!
For all the exciting details, and for easy online ordering, head to browsonbeats.co.uk/