A fun day out for the whole family in the historic Oxfordshire village of Hanwell, near Banbury.
HanFEST is a not-for-profit community event held in Hanwell village near Banbury, Oxfordshire. The event takes place in summer and is organised by residents living in Hanwell.
HanFEST pops a big smile on everyone’s face. If you love locally produced food & drink, artisan goods, with live folk music & dancing all with a feeling of a rural village fayre, then you’ll be smiling too.
The Farmer’s Market is the place to pick up truly fresh local produce. Expect to find some of Oxfordshire’s and the surrounding area’s finest quality food and drink to eat there or to take home with you later.
Arts & Crafts Village
See artists and craftspeople at work and have a go yourself in the HanFEST Arts & Crafts Village.
HanFEST presents over eight hours of live music, kicking off at noon. Bring a picnic rug and stock up on supplies from the Farmer’s Market, and enjoy a day of some of the best folk music you will hear in North Oxfordshire.
HanCrufts Dog Show
New to this year’s HanFEST is HanCrufts Dog Show, sponsored by Crofts.
The Playing Field (next to the Village Hall), Muddy Lane, Hanwell, near Banbury, Oxfordshire OX17 1HL
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You can purchase tickets & passes at the gate on the day, but we advise all guests to pre-book online.
Adult daytime ticket – £3.00
Entry to HanFEST from noon to 5.30pm.
Child daytime ticket – £2.00
(2 to 16yrs) Entry to HanFEST from 12noon to 5.30pm. Non Refundable.
Adult day and evening pass – £12.00
With this pass, you can come and go as you like and have entry to the evening event from 6.30pm.
Child (2 to 16 years) day and evening pass – £6.00
With this pass, children can come and go as they like with entry to the evening event from 6.30pm.
On-site camping pitch – £10.00
Overnight camping following the festival on Saturday 16 July 2022. Tents can be pitched from 6.30pm. A pitch is based on a maximum of 4 people sharing. Must have an Adult Day And Evening Pass to purchase a camping pitch.
Under 2’s go free.
All tickets are non-refundable.
Ticket fees go directly into supporting the event.