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Melford Hall

Leestock Music Festival

Saturday 29th - Sunday 30th May 2021

Melford Hall in Suffolk

No age restrictions

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LeeStock Music Festival 2021, Suffolk
Saturday 29th May 2021 - Sunday 30th May 2021 tickets:

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Firstly, we hope you are all keeping safe, staying indoors, and observing the social distancing recommendations as best you can.

This is the message we really hoped we wouldn't have to write, but due to the on-going situation throughout the world, and following recent guidance and instruction from the UK Government, we are left with little option but to postpone LeeStock 2020 until May 2021.

Ultimately, the health and wellbeing of guests, artists, suppliers and staff cannot be guaranteed were the festival to go ahead, and indeed we would be going against current governmental advice if we were to continue, as things stand.

The new dates for the festival will be May 29th and 30th, 2021 and tickets already purchased for this year's festival will automatically be valid for the new dates. Those of you unable to attend on the new dates will be able to receive a refund. If you purchased your ticket online, our official ticket agent Skiddle will be in touch very soon. If you're happy to attend the dates next year, you do not need to do anything and Skiddle will transfer your tickets to the new dates. If this is not the case, the Skiddle email will state your options. Please allow a few days to receive this email, as Skiddle are dealing with an unprecedented number of queries. We urge customers to wait for further information from Skiddle by email, rather than contacting the Skiddle Customer Care team.

We have already enjoyed very positive dialogue with many of the artists due to play this year and are delighted to confirm that some have immediately re-confirmed for the new festival dates. These already include Ash, The Dunwells, Electric Six, Lucy Spraggan, Scouting for Girls, Space, Stereo MCs, Tom Hingley and Toploader - we are hugely grateful for the support of these artists in assisting us by committing to next year.

Whilst the postponement of this year's event will have significant financial implications to the festival, we intend for 2021's event to be better than ever, and to continue our fundraising for the Willow Foundation, with over £165,000 raised so far in Lee's memory.

Finally, our thanks goes out to you; all of you who have supported LeeStock, and continue to do so. Without you, the festival literally would not be what it has become and hundreds of seriously ill young adults would not have benefitted from the Special Days they have been provided by the Willow Foundation. We hope you can continue to support us by attending next year to help us continue raising money for the Willow Foundation for years to come.

This Covid-19 situation is extremely challenging for all of us, but we will get through it.

Stay in, and stay safe.



Housed in the beautiful county of Suffolk, LeeStock 2021 is a music festival unlike most. It is a purely not for profit festival, raising money for the Willow Foundation. 

LeeStock festival in the past has hosted such bands as Reef, Feeder, Dodgy, teenage dirtbags Wheatus, Mark Morriss from The Bluetones fame, The Feeling, Hoosiers and 90’s dance legends D:Ream. 

With Leestock gaining popularity and being well loved by many around the country for its unique atmosphere and its good cause, LeeStock continues to excite and enthral fans. With plenty promised for the coming years, LeeStock is proving to be the festival that wins over people’s hearts.

Disabled Access Information

Leestock actively encourage disabled people to attend their friendly festival and make provision where they can.  The festival is held in a bumpy field so access around the site should be considered. Dedicated disabled toilets and friendly stewards will be on hand to help with any queries. 

Where a carer is required to accompany a disabled person, admission to the festival for the carer is free. Carer tickets should be purchased through our site at the time of booking. In some circumstances relevant documentation may be required on arrival at the festival to prove disability. This should be in the form of proof of eligibility for DLA, a disabled rail card or disabled parking badge.

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