Reviews

“If this looks to you like just one amazing little festival that has something for everyone and more with fields overflowing with love and run by people who do it with passion and a love of their festival and make everyone who enters their gates feel that love and feel special.. then I’m not suprised because it is all that and more.. Glas-Denbury Festival folks remember the name!!! Love Doc”  Doctor and the Medics September 2016
 
“The list of bands, acts and artists at this years festival was varied, there really was something for every taste and age group, making Glas-Denbury THE go to festival for families of all ages, indeed, we saw children enjoying theentertainment and elderly folk, sat outside the bar, sipping a pint whilst watching the world go by.” – MusicMuso.com

 

“Anyone who has fond memories of Glasto but can’t face the idea of the crowds and the mud with small people, Glas-Denbuyr might just be the festival for you. Celebrating the South West’s talented musicians, artists, writers and entertainers, it’s a family friendly music festival on green fields. Nominated for several awards, the festival organisers are committed to making it  “comfortable, safe, happy and inspirational” – it’s definitely on our list this year”!  Stephanie Darkes – Devon Life 4th May

 

“Glas-Denbury is a friendly and fun festival for all ages, loads to do for all the family, the kids entertainment was excellent and there really was something for everyone” – EFestivals

 

 
“Such a beautiful atmosphere of happiness and what a choice of music..and you booked the sunshine too!”  Festival guest 2016
 

 

“I thought Glas-Denbury would consist of a couple of bandstands, some burger vans and a scattering of mobile loos. Instead it was like a scaled down version of a big-name festival, with stalls selling clothing, gourmet food shacks and a number of mucis tents providing a little something for everyone, be they teens hyped up on fizzy pop or elders seeking a taste of nostalgia. Glastonbury, eat your heart out” – Dave Dryden, Mid Devon Advertiser
 

 

“Festivals promote diversity, they bring neighbourhoods into dialogue, they increase creativity, they offer opportunities for civic pride, they improve our general psychological well-being. In short, they make cities better places to live.” – David Bindev
 

 

“Music is a moral law.  It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.” – Plato
 

 

“If music be the food of love, play on” – William Shakespeare
 

 

“A little bit of everything all rolled into one” – Emma, Glas-Denbury Organiser
 

 

“Glas-Denbury lived up to it’s family friendly image and those who attended are already primed to book their tickets for next year” – Mid Devon Advertiser
 

 

“Forget Glastonbury- Glas-Denbury was definitely the place to be for live music and entertainment last weekend.” – Herald Express
 
 
“I can’t recommend this festival enough, in the heart of Devon, a proper grass roots festival with a warmth that just leaves you wanting more, some great acts, and a great setting, you have to check it out” – Alex, Autocamp www.flagseller.co.uk

“A proper pucker decent down to earth happy smiley local music festival.”

Review Glas-Denbury ’15 by Herald Express July 2015

“The list of bands, acts and artists at this years festival was varied, there really was something for every taste and age group, making Glas-Denbury THE go to festival for families of all ages, indeed, we saw children enjoying the entertainment and elderly folk, sat outside the bar, sipping a pint whilst watching the world go by.”

Review By Music Muso

“Glas-Denbury is a friendly and fun festival for all ages, loads to do for all the family, the kids entertainment was excellent and there really was something for everyone.”

EFestivals

Facebook
Twitter
INSTAGRAM