Hop Farm Festival Set To Expand

The Neil Young headlined bash was such a success, three days are planned for 2009

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The Hop Farm Festival inaugural day-long festival is set to expand to a three-day festival next year, taking place from July 3-5.

The day at Hop Farm this year headlined by Neil Young was a huge success, and organiser Vince Power is hoping to repeat the triumph with a full-on camping weekend.

The festival, which could even stretch to being run on two simultaneous sites (like V Festival and Reading/Leeds) will keep it’s no branding, no sponsorship ethos for the expanded event next Summer.

Talking about his plans for next year Vince said “I’m
looking forward to next years Hop Farm Festival. After the success of this years festivals I’m going to build the Hop Farm event so that it is up there with all the other festivals both here in the UK and abroad”.

Acts for next year’s event will be announced in due course.

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