americana music festival

THE MAVERICK FESTIVAL, BORN IN 2008, IS NOW THE UK’S LEADING AMERICANA EVENT BECOMING A BEACON FOR ROOTS MUSIC FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE ATLANTIC.

The Maverick Festival is set amongst the restored Victorian barns and out-buildings of Easton Farm Park, nestled deep in the Suffolk countryside yet only two hours from London, with films, workshops and performances from over fifty different artists across six stages, indoors and out.
The music begins on Friday at 5pm and runs until around 11.30pm. Saturday’s programme starts at 11am and finishes around 11.30pm. Sunday is altogether more relaxed beginning around 10.30am and running until approximately 2.30pm.

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“One of the friendliest, most sincere festivals in England … fine music, great fun, delightful people and an idyllic rural setting.”
“10 years after founders paul spencer and ken ansell created a festival for the music that they loved, this unique and perfectly rounded event is not only going from strength to strength, but spawning bastard offspring in the form of other festivals going out of their way to include what is now known as americana.”
Top Forty Festivals 2016
“a perfectly concentrated blast of americana in a location beyond ideal.”
“an impeccably organized event and as good a music spectacular as i have ever had the pleasure to experience.”
“Maverick is THE festival in the UK for the lover of Americana… a really really great festival, brilliant set up, brilliant venues, terrific line-up, and safe for the kids, great beer and food. The details are spot on, and the atmosphere is how I wish my everyday was.”
“the best in roots music and americana”
Best Festival Guide 2013

There’s a carefully selected range of food on offer at the festival (with many veggie options) including pizza, paella and pasta, Thai, tacos, Texan bar b q and chili, duck pancakes and crepes, followed by award winning local ice cream, brownies and waffles, all washed down with freshly squeezed lemonade, tea and freshly ground coffee, Suffolk cyder and a selection of local ales, wine and lager.