What a year 2016 was! Massive thank you to all involved. Check out some of the highlights in this video by Nim Jethwa Videography.
Wow, what a year this was! A massive, massive thank you to everyone who came down and made Redfest 2016 as amazing as it was. 2016 was our biggest and most ambitious year yet, and your support made it one of the bets we have ever had. So thank you!
We would also like to say massive thank you to our brilliant crew and team of volunteer, without whom there would be no festival. Thank you all so much for your hard work, and we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! A big thank you too to all the performers and stallholders, who brightened up the festival and all of our amazing sponsors for their support too.
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We’re now taking volunteer registrations for stewards, decor makers, build and breakdown crew, and many more roles at Redfest 2016. Lend us your skills and learn new ones, make new friends and feel part of a fantastic community event – everyone is welcome!
In return for your time you’ll get a free t shirt, treatment in the Wellbeing Area, drinks tokens (for alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks), water and snacks and a free meal from our crew caterers.
The fundraiser gigs are coming fast as lightning! Next up, it’s a night of reggae, drum&bass, disco, dubstep, rap (and lots more things beginning with D and R) on Saturday 26 March, 8pm till late at The Old Stillage in Church Road, the lovely local pub that is also a longtime headline sponsor of the festival.
DJs Mistri and Treat (Ujima Radio/The Remix) and Red Tom (Redfest) plus very special guests will be in charge of the tunes and there’ll also be BLINGO – like bingo, but with added bling!
Suggested donation of £3 on the door – all money will go to this year’s festival. See you there!
Back by popular demand, Redfest’s super fun pub quiz takes over the Old Stillage pub on Church Road for a night on 22 March 2016.
Come on down to test your knowledge, enjoy the live music intros round, and maybe win some cool prizes!
Just £2 per person and all proceeds go towards our fantastic annual festival for the Redfield community.
It’s our first party of 2016, with Paul Moylan (Gumbo) dipping into his trunk of funk, suitcase of soul and valise of vinyl and playing raw soul, R&B, deep funk and a whole load more tunes to dance to… plus Redfest’s own steel wheel superstars Russ and Dermot with a jump-up mix of reggae, afrobeat and funk.
“Where’s it to me babber?”, we hear you ask – well, it’s happening at the Plough Inn, Easton, on March 4, from 8 till late. We’d love you to come and join us and dance, drink or do whatever makes you happy!
All proceeds go towards this year’s festival. Suggested donation £3 on the door.