Food and Drink

Our food court will have food and drink available for you as soon as you enter the event field.

Here’s the line up so far

Keeping it really local, Siren Brewery from Finchampstead will be selling their craft beers and a wide selection of wines and soft drinks throughout the event.

When it comes to beers, whether you fancy a fruity, hoppy pale ale on a hot sunny day or an unctuous, satisfying stout at the end of an evening – Siren craft brewery have got you covered. Tempt your taste buds and palates with some hoppy delights.

But don’t worry, if real ale is not your bag, Siren will be bringing a selection of white and red wine, prosecco, gin, cider, coke, diet coke, fancy lemonades etc to cater for all tastes.

Sourcing the best ingredients, regardless of cost, and refusing to let anything out of the door that doesn't meet their standards is an unconventional approach, but one that is key to everything that they do.

The Sirens of Greek mythology would entice mariners with their magical songs. Their voices would entwine into a complex, layered melody. At Siren Craft Brew, they work in a similar way, combining four ingredients that interact together in magical ways to create their ales.

Great news for you coffee lovers, (and did we mention a bit of cake??!!) - Caleb's Coffee is coming to RG27rocks and will be offering locally roasted artisan coffee and home-made cakes. You can choose from a hot coffee to an iced coffee, a frappe to a milkshake. See the full menu here

Due to the Covid reschedule from our earlier July date, we’ve had a change with our catering and here is our latest addition of mouth-watering food. Star of many well known festivals is the HorseTrough, a bright yellow trailer with a range of veggie, vegan and meat dishes. Currently on the proposed menu is a Beef Chilli hot pot and rice, a Veggie curry suitable for vegans and Spaghetti Pomodoro with parmesan. But if you have a great idea let us know at and we will ask for you! The chef can only say neigh!

Everyone’s favourite local farm shop, Newlyns will be with us with a hog roast from their farm at North Warnborough – ready to eat from 6pm to 7pm. So take a break from the music and tuck in to some gorgeous and very local pig!


No glasses, bottles, tins, crockery, knives or cutlery of any sort are allowed into the event. This is for the safety and security of everyone. To ensure people have a safe and fun event our stewards will conduct a bag search on entry. But feel free to bring your own picnic food if you wish but please take your rubbish home as we will only have facilities for the compostable cutlery and plates provided by the on site caterers.

We do not allow alcohol to be brought onto the site. Only alcohol purchased at the event may be consumed at the venue. We will have food caterers on site. Our food and drink stalls will provide recyclable plates and you will receive an event drinking cup to keep.