The Little Orchard

12th, 13th and 14th of September 2014

"The Little Apple has grown into a Little Orchard"

Albert jones - The Main Marquee - 2013

In Their Thousands - The Main Marquee - 2013

The Belfast Busker - The Main Marquee - 2013

In Their Thousands - The Main Marquee - 2013

UPDATE: BUSES

Buses will be running to Newquay after the last act each night. Please contact A2B Taxis in Newquay for more information.

http://www.a2bnewquay.co.uk/

About the Festival

After a huge demand, the Little Apple Festival is back for 2014 after an amazing first year showcasing incredible bands and talent from all over the country and world, a huge selection of delicious cyders, you can expect big colorful marquees such as the Golden Delicious Acoustic Cafe, The Big Little Apple Top, Granny Smith's Dance Emporium and a new feature for 2014, The Pink Lady Burlesque tent.

Three days of incredible festivities, sea shanties, a huge selection of world class bands and musicians, dancing and fun for all the family including free tractor rides, cider sampling, delicious grub and loads of activities all on the beautiful working cyder farm that is Healey's, where the famous Rattler is created. The Little Apple promises to be another magical weekend of festivities and camping fun. Don't delay and grab your tickets today!

Formerly known as ‘The Little Apple’ - Cornwall’s favourite Cider and Music Festival at the UK’s most loved cyder farm (Healey’s is where the famous Rattler is made) has returned for 2014 with a new name, but the same fantastic set up and an even more incredible music line up.

We have a new tent for 2014 - The BBC will be showcasing an array of the best local and national acoustic artists in the BBC Introducing tent, plus more major headline acts will be rocking the main stage such as Ben Ottewell of Gomez, Mad Dog Mcreaand Number One chart toppers Sam and the Womp.

The Music

This year's eclectic mix of genres is being delivered across three magnificent stages in three fantastic tents. We've added the BBC Introducing stage to the festival, giving us unrestriced access to the most impressive local talent. We'll be updating this line as and when we book new artists.

Friday

The Main
Marquee

  • 23:30 - 00:30 Mad Dog Mcrea
  • 22:30 - 23:30 Rudis Message
  • 20:30 - 21.30 Lloyd yates
  • 19:30 – 20:30 StringerBessant
  • 17.30 – 18.30 Albert Jones
  • 16:30 – 17:00 Beachfield

BBC
Introducing

  • Gary Stringer of REEF
  • The Sum Of acoustic
  • Ryan Jones & Band
  • TBC
  • Jonny Fenner
  • Catrina Davies

Granny Smith's
Dance Emporium

  • Sir Vinyl of the Fattest
  • DJ Samiad
  • Grand Mother Flash
  • DJ Wheezy Pinder
  • Plus more TBC

Saturday

The Main
Marquee

  • 23.30 – 00:30 - Sam and the Womp
  • 10:00 – 23:00 - Imperial Leisure
  • 20:45 – 21:45 - Cosmo Jarvis
  • 19:30 – 20:30 - Ten Bob Notes
  • 18:15 – 19:15 - Not the Beatles
  • 17:15 – 18:00 - Belfast Busker
  • 16:00 – 17:00 - Bare knuckle Parade
  • 15:00 – 15:45 - The Guise
  • 14:00 – 15:45 - Chigwah
  • 12:45 – 13:30 - Josie Florence
  • 11:30 – 12:30 - October
  • 10:00 – 11:00 - Laughing Yoga (Come and have a giggle)

BBC
Introducing

  • Winter Mountain
  • Harry/Frankie Davies/Sophie Stokes
  • Harry Collier
  • Frankie Davies Duo
  • Sophie Stokes
  • Gareth & Annie
  • Flats & Sharps
  • Grapefruit Moon
  • Rosalie James
  • The Claze

Granny Smith's
Dance Emporium

  • Hong Kong Ping Pong
  • Snatch the Wax
  • Gran Armada
  • DJ Debbie Dobbins
  • Plus more TBC

Sunday

The Main
Marquee

  • 00:00 - 13:00 - Upstairs Downstairs DJ’s
  • 23:00 – 00:00 - Black Friday
  • 21:30 – 10.30 - Loose Salute
  • 20:00 – 21:00 - (Special Guest)
  • 18:30 - 19.30 - Aaron Douglas
  • 17:00 - 18:00 - Hip route
  • 15:30 - 16:30 - Cyderfex
  • 14:00 - 15:00 - The Raise
  • 12:30 - 13:30 – The Big Sets
  • 10:00 – 11:00 - Laughing yoga (Come and have a giggle)

BBC
Introducing

  • Neil Halstead
  • Lloyd Yates
  • Lightknife
  • Debbie Kate
  • The White Bicycles
  • Polly Money
  • Joanna Cooke
  • The Raise acoustic
  • Half Painted
  • Tom Gall
  • Raikes

Buy Tickets

Super
Early

Day - £10
Weekend - £12
Weekend & Camping - £25

Early
Bird

Day - £12
Weekend - £25
Weekend & Camping - £35

Regular
Price

Day - £15
Weekend - £35
Weekend & Camping - £45

The Venue

Healey's Cyder Farm is centrally located in Cornwall, just a couple of miles off the main A30.

We are easy to find, and are situated on the A3075 Redruth/Newquay road at the tiny hamlet of Penhallow. Look out for the brown tourist signs. For Sat Nav use postcode TR4 9LW.

FAQs

Alcohol

Bringing alcohol into the festival is strictly prohibited, however a small amount for personal consumption is allowed within the campsite - strictly no glass is to be brought at all.

Security will be searching for glass and will confiscate any alcohol that is deemed to be more than for personal consumption.

Accessibility and parking

The festival is a very short walk from the parking and camping area, approximately 3 minute walk.

Cars can come and go throughout the day and parking is free.

Access is allowed in and out of the festival at all times so long as wristbands are worn.

Tents are restricted to the camping area only and are not allowed next to vehicles in the car park.

The camping field is directly next to the car park so it is not far to walk with your tent/belongings.

Campervans and caravans have a designated area within the car park - there are no special facilities for vans such as electricity or waste disposal.

General Information

No fires or bbqs are allowed in the campsite, gas stoves are allowed .

The Festival opens at 4pm Friday, 12th September onwards.

People are free to come and go from the festival over the weekend providing wristbands are worn at all times.

No Alcohol or glass to be brought onto the site.

A selection of delicious festival food will be on site including veggie options.

Under 14’s are free when accompanied by a parent/guardian (no more than 2 under 14’s per adult – any more will be charged at the regular ticket price).

Camping & campervans

Toilets and Showers for camping/campervans are available on site

Tickets for Camping and campervans are sold on a per person basis, not per tent basis :)

Caravans are allowed, although no facilities such as power/waste disposal is on site

No fires/BBQ’s are permitted in the camping area

No Dogs

Tents may be pitched at any time

Campers and Camper vans can arrive from midday on Friday – please note that any camping vehicles must access the camping area before 6PM on any given day, once parked up on site, no vehicles will be permitted to move after 6pm until 7am due to health and safety reasons.

Camper vans can arrive from midday on Friday – please note that any camping vehicles must access the camping area before 6PM on any given day, once parked up on site, no vehicles will be permitted to move after 6pm until 7am due to health and safety reasons.

Wristband Collection

Simply bring your Eticket print out to the entrance of the festival at Healey’s Cider Farm with ID, where it will be exchanged for wristband(s) anytime from 12pm Friday 12th September – Wristband collection will be available for the entire duration of the event – If you have bought an E-ticket with your credit card details and have given it to someone else, simply drop us an email to let us know their name and we will make sure that person can gain access

Disabled access

Festival is on short grass on firm land – Disabled access toilets will be provided

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