OUR STORY

Independent throughout and with a counter cultural feel and devotion to booking the freshest acts and performers, Moovin Festival is a laid back way to catch an eclectic mix of favourite acts as well as exciting new artists. It’s about making new mates and discovering new sounds; it’s a place to enjoy ethically sourced foods and cocktails, to try some holistic healing treatments and enjoy circus performers, festival fun and surprises to help you forget the outside world for a magical weekend. 

So get Moovin, get your tickets and see you in the fields!

ABOUT MOOVIN   

Moovin Festival takes place over the August Bank Holiday weekend at the eco-friendly Whitebottom farm, Etherow Country Park in the stunning countryside in Compstall (Just 30 minutes from Manchester), you find it through a magical canopy of trees, past a lake with waterfowl greeting you, and a breathtaking gorge welcoming you at the entrance. 

Whilst the line ups are big the capacity is limited as to keep it friendly and personal as we feel this is what makes our little festival special. Stages include the Barn Stage, a large open sided cow shed with bales of hay to relax and chill on, as well as sound systems throughout the site that are guaranteed to knock your festival wellies off. 

OUR STORY

Independent throughout and with a counter cultural feel and devotion to booking the freshest acts and performers, Moovin Festival is a laid back way to catch an eclectic mix of favourite acts as well as exciting new artists. It’s about making new mates and discovering new sounds; it’s a place to enjoy ethically sourced foods and cocktails, to try some holistic healing treatments and enjoy circus performers, festival fun and surprises to help you forget the outside world for a magical weekend. 

So get Moovin, get your tickets and see you in the fields!

ABOUT MOOVIN   

Moovin Festival takes place over the August Bank Holiday weekend at the eco-friendly Whitebottom farm, Etherow Country Park in the stunning countryside in Compstall (Just 30 minutes from Manchester), you find it through a magical canopy of trees, past a lake with waterfowl greeting you, and a breathtaking gorge welcoming you at the entrance. 

Whilst the line ups are big the capacity is limited as to keep it friendly and personal as we feel this is what makes our little festival special. Stages include the Barn Stage, a large open sided cow shed with bales of hay to relax and chill on, as well as sound systems throughout the site that are guaranteed to knock your festival wellies off.