27-30 JULY 2017, Hertfordshire, SG11 1EE

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Standon Calling is a boutique music festival set in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside. Celebrating its twelfth year in 2017, the festival has come a long way since its birthday garden party beginnings. We know how to put on a festival and we are very proud of our wonderful audience who come back year after year. If you haven’t experienced Standon Calling, get ready to have a lot of fun among the friendliest festival crowd in the land.

Across four fun-filled days you’ll hear music from the acts you love and the very best in emerging talent. Savour incredible food, dance until the early hours, enjoy an abundance of family activities, lounge by the pool, luxuriate in a hot tub, relax with a massage, take in top comedy, be inspired by a talk, or learn something new at a workshop, prepare to be charmed by the annual dog show, show off your creative flair in a bid to win the coveted best fancy dress prize, and so much more.


Don’t leave your imagination at home. Each year we take the opportunity to tell a new story, a themed world comes to life as the festival unfolds across day and night. In the past we’ve told tales of Murder on the Standon Express, Gods and Monsters, Running Away from the Circus, A Town of Two Faces and in 2016 we were immersed in the Legend of the Lost Seas. An announcement on the 2017 Story is coming soon…


We have a history of providing some of the UK’s biggest stars a platform at the very start of their careers. Including Florence and the Machine, Friendly Fires, Mumford and Sons, Bastille, Clean Bandit, Slaves and London Grammar, to name just a few.

In 2016 headliners Suede, Jess Glynne and Kelis put on incredible shows, supported by a line up featuring The Hives, Everything Everything, Blossoms, Ghostpoet, The Thurston Moore Group, Adam Green, Loyle Carner and countless other talented acts.

So what are you waiting for? You are invited to this amazing summer party. Don’t miss out, book your place for 2017 now.

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