Somerstock 2022 Tickets Now On Sale

Early bird ickets for Somerstock 2022 are now on sale via the Somerstock website. Somerstock, Somerton’s own one-day, family friendly music festival will take place at the Recreation Ground on Saturday 9th July, with 12 bands performing across two outdoor stages. Headlined by The Hoosiers, you won’t want to miss this year’s event. Early bird tickets will be on sale until the end of February, so grab yours now!

Thank You

The festival organisers would like to thank everybody who supported this year’s Somerton Music and Arts Festival. We had a fantastic week of events throughout the town, culminating with Somerstock, our family-friendly music festival, at the Recreation Ground.

We still have a couple of events to come: Jive Night on 19th August and Oktoberfest on October 9th, both at Edgar Hall. Make sure you have your tickets

It was disappointing that we had to cancel a couple of our planned events because some of the Covid-19 restrictions still being in place, and run others in a slightly different way to ensure everybody stayed safe and had a great time. But we will be back next year, bigger and better than ever, and we already have our headline act in place for Somerstock. The Hoosiers will be headlining on Saturday 9th July.

We would also like to thank all our sponsors, without whom we would not be able to put on the festival.

We hope everybody had a safe and enjoyable time, and we look forward to seeing you next year!


Fun Day Guidance


With thanks to your support for Somerton all the FUNDAY tickets have gone and the event is now full.


Vehicles enter by Langport Road entrance and follow Steward instructions. Blue Badge Holders will be directed from there to parking nearer to events.

Pedestrians – enter by Gassons Lane entrance then progress to MUGA where Control Tent is for Ticket Holders to check in and get a Wristband.

If you do not have an online ticket join the relevant queue there for your details to be taken for Track and Trace and then you will receive a Wristband.

Purchasing Food or Drink – please use a card – we are trying to keep cash transactions as few as possible.

Covid Regulations on the day

Social distance according to Covid guidelines.

Queueing – wear a mask at every point of sale or at stalls.

Use hand sanitiser stations as much as possible.

Please keep your groups to fewer than 30.


1) There will be 5 live bands from noon – 5.30 pm

2)Children’ activity area – FREE – including Races even for Mums/Dads and grandparents. Please register your child to take part with contact details at the Race Area.

3)  Dog Agility Display at 1.30pm and 3pm. ONLY AGILITY and ASSISTANCE DOGS ON SITE.

3)Vintage Car Display – please visit and vote for the vehicle you feel should win the special prize.

4) Stalls with activities.

5)  Coconut Stall – Try your luck.


Let us have a wonderful day within Covid Regulations.

Please show consideration and patience when queueing.

Many thanks

The Festival Committee.

Emergency Number

Safety Officer – Mo Fletcher 07718920198

Change to the event in the globe

In a change to the event in the Globe on Saturday 3rd July, Roadstars will no longer be playing in the evening, but their guitarist and singer Paul Smith will be playing rock and pop covers in the afternoon from 2:30 to 4:30 pm

Somerstock is On!

It’s been another difficult week for live events and festivals generally with the Government’s announcement yesterday that the lifting of the remaining restrictions will be delayed, possibly for another four weeks. The Somerstock Committee is committed to putting on a fantastic Covid-secure event and would like to reassure our festival goers that we have a strong event plan based on current restrictions, and on that basis Somerstock is going ahead as planned.
The delay in lifting restrictions does mean, however, that we are unlikely to be able to release more tickets for sale, so if you’re still planning to come to Somerstock, buy your tickets now!
We will provide further updates in the next few days, and thank you for your patience and continued support.

Ibis Offers Somerstock Visitors Special Rates

The Ibis in Bridgwater is offering a 15% discount for anyone booking with them on 9th, 10th or 11th July to visit Somerstock.

Located 18 miles from the Somerstock Music Festival, the ibis Bridgwater is the trendiest hotel in town!  Like us, ibis Bridgwater will provide a platform for local up and coming local musicians, when their music events roll out later this year!  Rooms have a ambient and industrial vibe, where even the shower gel has a musical undertone.  The ground floor houses the Keepers Kitchen & Bar is in line with supporting all things local.  Their Keepers House Honey is harvested from local hives by Black Bee Honey and features in signature dishes and cocktails.  Eat drink and unwind, after you’ve rocked at Somerstock!  Free parking and family rooms make this is ideal place to stay if camping isn’t your thing.

To book just contact the ibis team on or call them on 07767 656 298 and just quote Somerstock!


Town Events on Sale at Early Bird Prices

All events in and around the Town are on sale through this site at Early Bird Prices.  This will run through to June 5th.   Tickets will also be on Sale from the Somerton Town Library from 29 May.  Watch out for the Library display from the 15 May.  Somerstock tickets are now on sale at the advance ticket rate.

Ticket Office Opening Hours will be Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10am-1pm.

Festival Events In Town Announced

We are very pleased to announce a full programme of events in the Town to run from the 2nd to the 9th July.  We have something for everyone and many of the events are free to attend.  After such a rough year for everyone, let’s create the the best atmosphere in town since the first Festival over 30 years ago !  Even if we are one or two pubs down……

Tickets are on sale now – see each event and click the ticket link

Art & Photography Exhibition

Art and Photography Exhibition Postponed to May/June 2022: The exhibition will open to all amateur needle workers, artists, photographers and sculptors to display their work with the opportunity to have some of the work displayed virtually on the festival website. We are also planning to have a variety of workshops running alongside the exhibition which includes the return of some old favourites and some new taster sessions to challenge your craft skills.


Somerstock 2021

The 2021 Festival will start on the 3rd July and run through to Somertsock on the 10th July…