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Buckle & Boots Info

Buckle & Boots is a fabulous weekend. Showcasing country artists from Britain, Australia and America.

Set in the heart of the countryside near Stockport, the beautiful surroundings are perfect for a country music festival.

Glamping tents are available or you can take your own. You can arrive as early as Thursday and leave Monday morning.

The facilities are really good. Plenty of toilets and showers with plugs for hairdryers.

Cars are parked off site and there is a shuttle bus with a small charge per person to get you and your camping equipment to the camping ground. If you decided to walk it is about a mile and a half. Trolleys are provided for the bigger items from where the shuttle bus drops you off.

There is a well stocked bar and lots of food vans selling anything from curry to pizza, hog roasts to pastries and of course Aberdeen angus burgers. All very competitively priced which is why they don't allow you to take your own food or alcohol to the festival.

There will also be other merchandise stalls for you to browse in.

There are 2 stages. One in a barn and the other is a marquee in the paddock which is literally 2 minutes from the main stage. A little stage planning may be required to get in all the artists you want to see.

This is another festival which has a family feel to it. It is now in its 3rd year and continues to grow.


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