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THE HOLE IN THE WALL FESTIVAL 2015

Plans are being made for the 2015 event.

Dates and details will be posted on this website
when available.

For all information
Tel: Chris Woodward 07711 731896

Hole in the Wall Music Festival 2014

Tucked away in the South Shropshire countryside, on the Shropshire Worcestershire border, with easy access from the West Midlands, the Hole in the Wall is a truly unique music festival held in the stunning grounds of Hopton Court. Top quality bands are welcomed each year to perform and the line-up is always ‘quality’.

Imagine yourself in a 19th-century walled garden. You are sitting in fantastic surroundings having a picnic, either your own or with the amazing food and drink on offer on site. You may have just come for the day or you may take another glass of wine or real ale because you are camping only a stone’s throw away in the next field.

The sun is setting and perhaps to complete the magic some good music would be just the thing to take you into the evening. You are most definitely in the right place!

This has been the long-term dream of owner Chris Woodward and fifteen years ago he turned this dream into a reality. It has grown from showcasing local talent to 60’s icons and top ‘Tribute’ bands.

This is a very very special event. People come, bring a picnic, set up camp, revel and relax and then go again - that’s it. The atmosphere is vibrant but not manic. This is the philosophy of Hole in the Wall. Love life, love music and whether it’s for the whole weekend or just an evening, you can leave your stress behind at the gate and enjoy the sheer magic in the Hole in the Wall garden.

Consider this a personal invitation.
























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Please note: The Hole in the Wall Festival has Abandonment and Cancellation Insurance as well as Public Liability Insurance.

The Festival is a member of the ‘National Outside Events Association’ and the ‘Federation of Small Businesses’.