Time is running out to pick up the last tickets for a popular family friendly fundraising festival.

Weekend and Saturday tickets have already sold out for Rock the Barn, which returns to Lower Chilstone Court in Madley this weekend (Friday, July 28 and Saturday, July 29), but there are still tickets available for Friday night, headlined by Duke offering an energetic blast through popular music with no sampling, no looping and no backing tracks – just three mics and one guitar.

The festival site has been expanded this year with a brand new Orchard Stage and Makers Market joining a huge range of family-friendly activities, a Saturday Night Comedy Club for adults and mouth-watering street food. And there's Silent Disco all day in the Dance Barn until the DJ sets start after the headliners finish.


Organised by Hereford Round Table and a happy band of hard-working volunteers, all of the profits are distributed to communities across the county through a grants scheme.

Local groups, charities and people in need can apply for a grant.

This year's Saturday night headliner is the million-selling band Toploader, whose single Dancing in the Moonlight became a global hit in 2000, and remains a regular on playlists.

Visit rockthebarn.co.uk to check ticket availability.