Great food, great people, picturesque camping, and some not-to-be-missed music, is what this year’s Y Not Festival is all about. Set along the countryside landscapes of Derbyshire, England, this four-day Summer escape forces you to let go of your daily routines and embrace some feel good vibes.
From emerging to renowned artists within every genre you could hope for, you’re guaranteed to have something to love. The festival jump starts the weekend on Thursday night with headliner Feeder taking the stage. The lineup continues into the weekend with endless performances, some of which include, The Vaccines, Stereophonics, and The Door Cinema Club.
Bring your loved ones and get ready to meet a few new ones, because it’s all about making new memories this year. I mean, Y Not?
Here’s your complete Y Not Festival Event Guide.
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Y Not Festival Date and Location
The festival takes place over four days, Thursday, July 27 through Sunday, July 30 at the Pikehall grounds in Derbyshire, England.
Y Not Festival Lineup
Various genres from the well known, to the up and coming, Y not Festival has it all. Headlining the event is Feeder, who kick starts the festival on Thursday night. The weekend lineup is jam-packed with performances from Clean Bandit, Nothing but Thieves, Maximo Park, Frank Turner, Teleman, and so much more. Head over to the official page to see the full lineup.
Y Not Festival Tickets
Standard weekend tickets, camping tickets, early entry tickets and car passes are available for purchase. Please see the official ticket page for a breakdown of all ticket options and prices.
Getting to Y Not Festival
Bus – UK’s largest music travel provider is a highly rated and affordable transportation option to the festival. With a list of pickup options, within the Ontario area, it’s an ideal option to sit back and relax your way to the party.
Train – The nearest train stations are Buxton and Matlock, approximately 15-minutes away from the festival grounds.
Where to stay for Y Not Festival
Airbnb – This charming 1-bedroom apartment offers beautiful views within a quaint village town. For $60 per night, the home features a lounge, kitchen, bedroom, and a private bathroom. In addition, the home is situated amidst various nature trails so is ideal for bikers/walkers.
Hotel – The New Bath Hotel features a classic room with a queen size bed and private bathroom, as well as complimentary breakfast. For $122 per night, enjoy easy access to all that the city of Matlock has to offer.
Homeaway – This 3-bedroom cottage that sleeps six, is a perfect option for you and a group of friends attending the festival. The historic home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room with a log burning stove, and a spacious kitchen. For $127 per night, you are less than a 10-minute walk to the festival site.