Welcome to Chickenstock, Kent's BIG little festival that promises a heartwarming blend of music, community, and fun for all ages! Spanning four days, Chickenstock is a family and dog-friendly haven, boasting a host of bands across 2 stages, covering genres from Rock to Americana. But it's not just about the music. Dive into yoga sessions, get enchanted by magic shows, or master circus skills with our workshops. For the little ones, The Hen House offers a plethora of activities, ensuring they're entertained and safe, with a fenced main arena and security measures in place.
Founded by Moya & Beth Taylor in 2018, what started as a spirited garden party has now blossomed into a full-fledged festival. Located at the picturesque Pett Farm, Chickenstock is more than just a festival; it's a testament to the love of music and community. With a strong emphasis on accessibility, Moya & Beth, inspired by their own experiences, ensure everyone, regardless of ability, can enjoy the festival to the fullest. So, come join them in the paddock and make Chickenstock a staple in your festival calendar! 🎶🎪🐔
Tickets to Chickenstock can be purchased from their Tickets Page. Under 10's go FREE
- 4 day Adult (16+)
- 10-16 Year old Child Ticket
- 4 Night Camping
- 4 Night Electric Hook-up
- Under 10s Ticket
- Dog Ticket
Chickenstock is a camping festival, please bring your own camping equipment.
Glamping options are available, pre-erected Bell Tents supplied by "Rent Bell Tents Ltd".
If you don't want to camp, affiliated Hotel Planner can help you find discounted local hotels and B&B's.
Set amid the scenic North Downs' rolling hills, Chickenstock unfolds across two adjacent farms in Stockbury, a quaint hamlet near Sittingbourne, Kent. These farms, bordered by lush woodlands, provide an idyllic backdrop for the festival. If you're navigating your way, punch in the postcode ME9 7RL into your SatNav.
Chickenstock Festival is dedicated to ensuring an inclusive and accessible experience for all attendees. Drawing from personal experiences, the organisers recognise the importance of accommodating diverse needs and have made provisions accordingly. The festival grounds, set in a field, feature both flat and sloped areas, with some uneven terrain typical of outdoor settings.
Key accessibility features include:
- A dedicated accessible campsite with parking.
- Wheelchair charging and refrigerated medicine storage upon request.
- Complimentary tickets for carers (contact post-booking for this).
- On-site first aiders and disabled toilets.
- Mini platforms to level wheelchairs, allowing attendees to sit with their group rather than in a separate viewing area (request during booking).
- The festival welcomes assistance dogs, aligning with its dog-friendly policy.
For specific needs or further details on accessibility, reach out to email@example.com.