12th -15th JULY 2018   JUST £40 FOR 3 DAYS OF ENTERTAINMENT
The original Rock And Bike Fest established 2004

3 days of unforgetable music and pure entertainment
PROBABLY THE BEST SHOW ON EARTH
All for the unbeatable price of just
£40 including free camping

 

12th -15th JULY 2018  JUST £40 FOR 3 DAYS OF ENTERTAINMENT
OVER 25 LIVE BANDS ACROSS 3 STAGES
OVER 3 DAYS & NIGHTS

COMPETITIONS WITH CASH PRIZES:
CUSTOM BIKE & TRIKE SHOW – multiple categories
TATTOO COMPETITION – multiple categories
FANCY DRESS

ADULTS ONLY EVENING:
WET T-SHIRT
BURLESQUE SHOW
POLE DANCERS

 

12th -15th JULY 2018   JUST £40 FOR 3 DAYS OF ENTERTAINMENT
CUSTOM BIKE & TRIKE SHOW
TROPHIES AND CASH PRIZES

CATEGORIES INCLUDE:
BEST IN SHOW, BEST CHOP,
BEST AMERICAN, BEST CLASSIC & MANY MORE

12th -15th JULY 2018    JUST £40 FOR 3 DAYS OF ENTERTAINMENT
OVER 25 LIVE BANDS ACROSS 3 STAGES
OVER 3 DAYS & NIGHTS

COMPETITIONS WITH CASH PRIZES:
CUSTOM BIKE & TRIKE SHOW – multiple categories
TATTOO COMPETITION – multiple categories
FANCY DRESS

ADULTS ONLY EVENING:
WET T-SHIRT
BURLESQUE SHOW
POLE DANCERS

12th -15th JULY 2018   JUST £40 FOR 3 DAYS OF ENTERTAINMENT
CARNFIELD HALL, SOUTH NORMANTON, DERBYSHIRE, DE55 2BE
PERFECT LOCATION WITH ONSITE PARKING & CAMPING

ACROSS THE RD FROM ALFRETON TRAIN STATION
BUS ROUTES STOP DIRECTLY OUTSIDE VENUE
2 MINS FROM M1, J28

All staff are now onsite
Day tickets – £35 fri or sat only
£50 full weekend

Parking £5 per car,   £15 car with caravan
Camper £10 under 7m,  £15 over 7m

Bring plenty of water and suncream
Bring blocks to raise your BBQ off the dry ground
Thank you and enjoy the show

Big Country

The band broke massively worldwide with the release of the album’s classic singles ‘Fields Of Fire’, ‘Chance’ and signature song ‘In A Big Country’, which went on to become massive worldwide hits, selling over 2 million copies…

Lindisfarne

With a repertoire of unforgettable songs like Meet Me On The CornerFog On The TyneLady Eleanorand Run For Home and a reputation for live performance second to none, LINDISFARNE’s power to galvanise festival and concert audiences remains undimmed and is guaranteed to get the crowd on its feet and singing along.

Sham69

Formed in Hersham in 1975, Sham 69 became one of London’s must-go-see bands. Their first single, ‘I Don’t Wanna’, produced by John Cale (formerly of Velvet Underground) was released on Step Forward Records in ’77, its success prompted Polydor Records to sign them up.

Circus Of Horrors

Blending Horror and Burlesque with Bizarre and unbelievable acts from an almighty cast all performed to live rock music. Welcome to the greatest show on earth.

Evil Scarecrow

If you havn’t seen Evil Scarecrow yet then it feels unfair to ruin the surprise. An affable blend of Pythonesque absurdity, artfully drawn from an evident love of metal, they have the crowd in the palm of their collective claw

Zodiac Mindwarp

A stylistically unique Rock Band from day one, the members of Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction have been been singing, performing, and playing in sync as if they’d been together their entire musical careers

Fleetwood Bac

FLEETWOOD BAC were the world’s first and are regarded as the UKs most authentic Fleetwood Mac Tribute show, endorsed by Mick Fleetwood himself, raved about by Peter Green’s biographer, and were the first Fleetwood Mac tribute band to fully replicate the classic Stevie/Lindsey/Christine/John/Mick ‘Rumours’ line-up.

Floyd In The Flesh

Floyd in the Flesh are a 7 piece Pink Floyd tribute with members from all over the midlands. The band are all passionate Floyd fans and have worked hard to perfect the unique sound of Pink Floyd

Women In Rock

Join Women in Rock for a two hour journey through the history of the greatest female anthems. Fronted by some of the most powerful female singers on the live music scene together with a professional touring bandWomen In Rock delivers a show stopping performance covering all the great legends through the decades.

Sweet 45

Formed by the members of 70’s Glam Rock tribute band, GLAM45. Using no backing tracks or samplers, just four highly talented and experienced musicians with a re-creation of the great SWEET live shows from the 70’s that fans know and love.

Gallus Cooper

Established UK-based Alice Cooper tribute band ‘Gallus Cooper’ have built a solid reputation throughout Britain. Their accurate renditions of many of Alice Cooper (Band) shock rock songs with full stage theatrics, including Alice’s own U.K tour snake, 12 foot monsters, a full life size working gallows and many ghouls and gore galore, leave fans with a nightmare to remember.

Surreal Panther | Neck

Europes Greatest Tribute band to Hollywood Glam metal giants STEEL PANTHER

Neck is a six-piece London-Irish Celtic punk band from the North London neighbourhood of ‘County Holloway Following their front-man’s cathartic ‘Tour of Duty’ as a former member of Shane MacGowan and the Popes

Spirit Levellers | Shamus O’Blivion

Joan Ov Arc | White Coast Rebels

Grand Ultra | Evyltyde

Plus

White Coast Rebels

Jonny Hellraiser from White Coast Rebels, keen supporter of the Rock And Bike Fest seen here rocking one of our t-shirts on national TV recently in Spain

The ONE AND ONLY ROCK AND BIKE FEST
established 2004
Top Festival Features Include

Premium Worldwide Catering

Food from around the world with sit down area:
Good old Fish & Chips & English Breakfast, Burgers
Chinese, Indian, Italian, Greek

FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT

Kids Korner Cinema Marquee Potty Parrots Show Fancy Dress Competition Childrens Entertainer Face Painting, Kids Games & Competitions

24 HOUR FACILITES

Holy Joe’s Cafe, 24 Hour Shop

Acoustic Marquee

Karaoke & Open Mic

Top Class Toilet Facilities

Abundance of Hygenic Toilet Facilities, Onsite Solar Showers, Disabled Toilets

Kids Korner

Including cinema tent, face painting, entertainment rides & crafts

Custom Bike Show

Bike And Trike Show with cash prizes

Late Night Adult Entertainment

Wet T-Shirt Competition Burlesque Show Pole Dancers Tattoo Competition

TATTOO & BODY PIERCING ONSITE

Fully Licensed & Insured facilities onsite

What they say about us

“A three day celebration of music and motorcycling, the Rock And Bike Fest has now established itself as an essential part of many peoples biking calenders”   “Over the past four years the Rock And Bike Fest has seemed intent upon a grand tour of stately homes across Derbyshire. In 2010 the event the was held at Draycott House before moving to the 18th century pile, Stamford Hall last year. For 2012 The Rock And Bike Fest moved to Elvaston Castle, a gothic revival masterpiece built in the early 1800’s….”  “The place started rocking Thursday night with the proceedings opened by Almost Easy who set the bar high for almost everyone who followed them onto the stage. It would be impossible to do all the bands justice… But the acts ranged from the laid back bluegrass/folk guitar work of Clive Eastwood to the sheer oddness of the Black Pig Border Morris. A number of tribute acts payed hommage…..”

Back Street Heroes

John Milton & Emma

“Over 20 bands including The Quireboys, The Sweet, Toyah and X-UFO, plus tributes to Black Sabbatch, Prodigy, Guns & Roses, AC/DC, The Killers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Levellers, Maegadeth and Rammstein, to name but a few. Toyah joined The Sweet for the finale ‘Ballroom Blitz’ after which she then shaved Vicki Henshaw’s head to raise money for the Macmillan Trust and the childrens cancer ward at the QMC….”   ” With such a marvelous variety of bikes and trikes on show it took a while to walk around all the entries, and the lovely Toyah handed over all the prizes to the winners” “There were a mixture of trade stalls and the catering units were selling freshly cooked food. Real ales were on sale at pub prices and the Shimmy Dancers and Black Pig Border Morries dancers put on their festival shows and encouraged folk of all ages to take part….”

100% Biker

Cowboy

“The Rock and Bike Festival returned to Carnfield Hall to unleash three days of Rock music onto the adoring fans. Rock and Bike Festival prides itself on being a family friendly festival and goes out of its way to ensure that the very young to the very old are catered for with a variety of activities throughout the site to keep the little ones entertained.”   “This year the Rock and Bike Festival was celebrating its 13th year as a festival. hence why it was labelled “Best of a dozen years”, the idea being that they invited some of the acts that stood out over the years back for this year. The Quireboys and John Coghlans Quo and Girlschool were all given headlining duties. One of the good things about this festival is that they aren’t afraid to give bands a try and one such band was The SoapGirls, a politically driven, high octane, controversial L7 type band.”

eFestivals

Luke Seagrave
Reviews

“awesome weekend”

HOW TO BUY

tickets available from www.gigantic.com

BY POST

2018 3 day tickets are now available for just £40

Send cheque or postal order made payable to ‘RABF’ to:

PO BOX 9969 NOTTINGHAM NG10 9DQ  

Please enclose an SAE and details of your order

PARKING CHARGES

Car Park: £5
Car & Caravan: £15

Campers upto 7m:  £10  over 7m £15

Bikes , Trikes   and  Disabled badge holders free parking

OUTLETS

Salutation Inn, Maid Marion Way, Nottingham
Street Machine, Derby Road, Stapleford
Groom Room, High Street, Tibshelf
Post Office, College Street, Long Eaton
Cob Cabin, 48 Victoria Street, Mansfield
Labyrinth, 28a High Street, Swadlincote
The Hawthorns Pub, South Normanton
Borrowash Service Garage (Wilmot)

 

 

LICENCE REGS STATE THAT NO BACKPATCH CLUBS WILL BE ALLOWED AT THIS EVENT

All children aged between 13-16 must purchase a full price ticket and also be acompanied by a ticket holding adult who must take responsibility for them.

The site does not allow bonfires, or burning of waste/rubbish etc.
BBQ’s are allowed at organisers discretion
No glass bottles allowed on site!
No personal alcohol to be brought into the Licensed Arena

Please No loud music to be played in any area of campsites after 11pm every night. Think of your fellow campers and the local residents trying to sleep , any reports could jeopardise RockandBike returning to Carnfield Hall  Many Thanks