Date announced: 21st July

Advanced Tickets on Sale now!



21 July 2018

Livestock is pleased to announce, what promises to be our biggest, best and brightest line-up yet! A fantastic mix of crowd favourites, big names and rising stars.

Livestock Music Festival returns for the 7th year running on Saturday 21 July 2018 from 12 noon to 11pm, it's the Musical Extravaganza of the Summer in the beautiful and picturesque setting of Forty Hall Farm, Enfield, featuring 3 stages with over 20 live bands as well as a children's activities area. No glass bottles (plastic only).


Tickets are £20 in advance.

500 tickets are available on the day at £25 on the door (card payments accepted)

Children under 11 go free. Children of 11 - 15 are £5. Adults are 16+ and full


Keep your eyes and ears open over the coming weeks for spotlights on some of the stars on the line-up this year.


Black Water County

Boom La Tete

Boothill All-stars

California Screaming


Five Grand Stereo

Fran McGillivray Band

Frankie Connolly Band

Funkin' Barstewards

Graham Hine

Josephine and The Artizans

Mojo Rising

Potts & Jammin'

Professor Redhair

R. Voices Choir

Springsteen - A Tribute to The Boss

That Blue Patch

The Fox Chasers

The Kubricks

The Low Down Dogs


Wesley Karr and the Automobiles



More acts to be confirmed!


PARKING: parking will be available for £4 in the event car-park in the paddock between the Forty Hall Church adn Forty Hall School. All proceeds will go to the Rotary Club who are kindly running the parlking for us on the day. Please note: there will be no parking in the main forty Hall car park on the day.

DIRECTIONS to the Festival: Train: Hertford North line to Enfield Chase then outside station take a 191 bus to Carterhatch Lane Roundabout; also Liverpool St overground to Enfield Town then outside station take a 191 bus to Carterhatch Lane Roundabout; Bus: 191 from Enfield Town to Carterhatch Lane Roundabout, then 7 minute walk up Forty Hill; Taxi/ Drive: Post Code EN2 9HA (Forty Hall Farm, Forty Hall, Forty Hill, Enfield.)