Born out of a love of the Hertfordshire countryside, great food, awesome music and, well, beer, Todd in the Hole is one of the most exciting new festivals in the UK. Held across two days in the middle of the summer, July 19-21, last year’s event saw over 6,000 people attend over the course of the weekend, all enjoying the incredible weather and the likes of the Counterfeit Stones and Cloudbusting, as well as a pick of the region’s best new talent.
Despite boasting a stacked line-up of great bands, this is much more than your regular music festival; featuring everything from tug of war competition to a chilli eating contest, a classic car show to children’s entertainment. This is unlike any festival you’ve ever been to, and we know it isn’t one you’ll forget in a hurry.
Nestled in the heart of the Hertfordshire countryside, easily accessible from Stevenage and Hitchin, the festival aims to highlight all that is good and great about both the county and the country. From the talented local musicians on show, both on the Buskers Stage and the Main Stage, to the real ale and delicious food brought to you from some of the UK’s best suppliers – this is a festival that will not only feed your soul but also show it a darn good time.