Thank-you all for making Underneath the Stars Festival 2014 such an overwhelmingly positive experience and incredible success.  We are already forming plans for next year and will keep you all up-to-date with these as soon as we possibly can.  Our goals remain the same and we will certainly not be making sweeping changes over the coming year but we are aware of certain areas where improvements can be made and we will do our very best to address all of these in time for Underneath the Stars Festival 2015.

Guests of Underneath the Stars Festival can expect an unforgettable weekend of entertainment whether they are a seasoned festival goer or a complete newcomer. Underneath the Stars Festival is committed to providing the best facilities available in the idyllic fields of Cannon Hall Open Farm.  Artists and musicians are presented with the highest stage production values so audiences can relax and enjoy the music and magical atmosphere of a great cultural event.  We will continue to keep an ecological eye on our stunning location in the heart of Yorkshire and pro-actively encourage antendees of the festival to minimize the impact of the event on our very special part of the planet.


News and Updates

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Today at 3:15pm • No Comments

Apologies for the radio silence folks, exciting plans are taking shape for 2015 and a spanking new website is on the horizon. In the meantime we are giddy to let you see a short video of highlights from 2014 made by the fine chaps at handheldcineclub. Please view - like - share - comment. spanx very much lovelies.


uNDeRneATh THe sTArS FeSTivAL 2014

an overview of the first year of Underneath the Stars Festival. Artists included Richard Thompson, Kate Rusby, Treacherous Orchestra, Sarah Jarosz, The Puppi...

Today at 12:50pm • 9 Comments

We were honoured to be mentioned along with Richard Thompson - RT today on BBC Radio 4 during this moving and emotional programme. Well worth a listen again for a great mix of tracks and interesting discussion on what connection music has on our recollections of past loved ones. We recommend having a hanky at the ready.


A Mix-Tape for Gus - BBC Radio 4


Composer Emily Levy on a poignant legacy - the mix-tapes made by her late brother Gus.

Oct 7th 11:29am • No Comments

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