Yorkshire’s biggest party band HUGE! (pictured) will be just one of the many talented acts from Yorkshire playing at Meadowfest in support of this year’s headliner, The Feeling
Yorkshire’s biggest party band HUGE! (pictured) will be just one of the many talented acts from Yorkshire playing at Meadowfest in support of this year’s headliner, The Feeling

A music festival like no other, Malton’s boutique summer event Meadowfest returns this year with headliners The Feeling ready to bring the party to The Talbot Meadow – but move fast, as Early Bird tickets are almost sold out!

Meadowfest is an all-day family friendly music festival, guaranteed to make the soul sing. With feelgood tunes to dance your heart out to alongside incredible street food and drink, Meadowfest is a day to remember. Whether you want to sit back, relax and soak up the atmosphere on the deckchair lawn in a natural amphitheatre setting, or stay on your feet to feel the beat and dance like no one’s watching – it’s completely up to you!

Meadowfest runs from 10am – 10pm on Saturday 30th July 2022 and is located in the meadow between the River Derwent and the Talbot Hotel.

The Feeling is this year’s headliner, following on from last month’s launch of their latest album Loss. Hope. Love. Joining The Feeling will be a host of musical Yorkshire talent to light up the stage and bring a smile to everyone’s faces.

The Main Stage will also feature Meadowfest favourites Hyde Family Jam, party band HUGE, and the New York Brass Band – who have just hit the headlines after playing at Pixie Lott’s wedding. Fame Academy’s Alistair Griffin will also be performing, following an appearance with his Lemoncurd Gin at Malton’s Food Lovers Festival in June.

The Hay Bale Stage will be headlined by Flatcap Carnival, supported by Gary Stewart, Simon Snaize, George Rowell, Maggie Wakeling, Nick Rooke and Graeme Hargreaves, plus more still to be announced.

Music lovers and foodies alike will need to move quickly to book their tickets as Early Bird tickets for the event are almost sold out.

Tickets are priced at £32.50 with a small booking fee and can be booked on www.visitmalton.com/meadowfest.

Meadowfest is within an easy walk of Malton’s train and bus stations, and free parking is available nearby.