A huge thanks from all of us to everyone that came in 2014, especially those that popped a pound in a collecting bucket, camped or parked at the festival village, bought a wristband, programme or something from our merchandising stall. We need all the funding we can raise to keep this great festival going and put something back into the community.
We would love to see you again this year so please come and enjoy the fun but if you don't know how good Faversham Hop Festival really is or need convincing, take a look below ...
With over 50 bands, dance acts, fairground, street parades and performances, circus workshops, punch and judy shows, magic shows and nearly 60 trading stalls in the streets, we hope you felt you had value for your money.
All profits from our online merchandise goes into running the festival, so please take a moment to browse the shop for gifts and mementoes available all year round.
NEW FOR 2014 – as it was our Silver anniversary in 2014 we featured various exhibitions and activities celebrating the heritage of the hop industry in the Faversham area, which extends back over 800 years. We also introduced our new mascot “Harry the Hop” who featured in a number of the activities for our younger visitors including the Harry The Hop Activity Tent, staffed and sponsored by L. Jays Attic Superheroes. Our Festival Village at the Abbey School saw development, providing music and entertainment for our camping community and others, and we continued to develop the twin themes of tradition and inheritance.
We would like to thank Shepherd Neame, who were once again our main Festival partners, and who provided invaluable support to help us deliver the rich mix of entertainment for which the festival has become renowned.
Please look through the website at regular intervals as new information will be coming online all the time.
See you in September 2015!
Faversham Hop Festival is pleased and proud to support a responsible drinking policy - please see www.drinkaware.co.uk/check-the-facts for more important details - enjoy the day, don't spoil the day ...