Stonedead 2020 is an outdoor one day, one stage, monster of a festival where rock
music reigns eternal. Stonedead Festival is now firmly placed on the rock festival
map and places the rock fan experience at its core. Cited as one of the UK’s friendliest
festivals. Come and see it for yourself!
Stonedead Festival proudly presents special guests, Bradford rockers Terrorvision.
The Yorkshire legends are currently enjoying a resurgence of their popularity,
following the ‘Britrock Must Be Destroyed Event’ which saw the band play
alongside other 90s iconic bands: Reef, The Wildhearts and Dodgy in 2018 and a
number of shows to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the release of the iconic LP
“Regular Urban Survivors”.
The lineup of: Tony Wright (vocals), Mark Yates (guitar), Leigh Marklew (bass),
Milly Evans (keys) and Cam Greenwood (drums) will certainly take the party up a
notch in August and should not be given the label of a nostalgia act, Terrorvision
have true Northern grit and a host of hits. From Tequila, Alice What’s the Matter, My
House, D’ya Wanna Go Faster to Oblivion, the vibrant rockers guarantee to get you
bouncing, singing along and waving your arms in the air.
Tony had this to say about Stonedead; “Absolutely love playing and love festivals so can’t wait to rock up and rock out, see y’all soon”
Stonedead’s unique one day, one stage festival is focused on the music and fan
enjoyment as the beer and food is priced competitively and camping / parking is 5
minutes from the arena. The festival is solely organised by volunteers and created for
music fans, Stonedead is a festival experience not to be missed. With a free signing
tent brought to you in conjunction with Planet Rock Radio. We have a dedicated
covered wellbeing area with seating and sun cream! We allow alcohol to be brought
into the arena – 4 cans of ready mixed spirits or beer / cider.
With an already packed line up and a further announcement still to come with the
other special guests and the opening poll winner to be decided Stonedead Festival
still has a couple of surprises to reveal.
New for this year: All children under 4 are free entry this year!
Disabled access: PA tickets are free with email proof. Sheltered indoor premises available for those who need it, close to a first aid tent, with a fridge for medication, accessible toilets, and permanent shower facilities for disabled camping tickets and a fully staffed viewing platform.
With free car parking and only a small excess of £2 per van for caravans / campers
Adults: £50 Arena (+£10 camping)
Children (all under 14 years must be accompanied by an adult – children under 4 are
free): £35 Arena (+£5 camping)
£175 per group of 4 Arena
£215 per group of 4 Arena and Camping
Family: (all under 14 years must be accompanied by an adult – children under 4 are
£160 per family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children under the age of 14) Arena
£180 per family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children under the age of 14) Arena and Camping