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New Music Fest 2021: This weekend!

Online ticket sales have now closed.

You can pay on the gate.

Scroll down for prices.

Who's playing when?





18.30 Andrew Deevey

11.50 Dejail

12.00 Artaca

10.00 Jack Hawkins

19.10 Millie Jane Franks

13.15 Pilots

12.45 Kosta D and the Fortune Tellers

10.30 Foshka Gero

19.50 British Bluescasting Corporation

14.00 Morning Tourist

13.35 Uncle Greedy

11.00 The Penny Drops

20.30 Project Culture

14.55 Orpheus Centre

14.25 Lethargic Phoenix

11.30 Reds Dreamers

21.10 Pixelstorm

15.45 Natalie Maclean

15.15 Breathe Band


21.50 Ambulance Head

16.55 Nick T band

16.25 Nye Jones


22.30 Objayda

17.50 The Kites

17.20 Summer & Smoke



18.45 Aqualine

18.15 Grace Eden



20.00 Polar Playground

19.15 Anouska Assissi



21.00 Basis

20.30 Helve



22.05 Days Notice

21.30 Politik




22.35 Elle Reve


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Keep scrolling or click the links to jump to ticket prices and information on:

Our charity partner
Exhibiting at NMF
Sponsoring NMF
Organising a party at NMF
Bringing food and drink to NMF
Getting to NMF
Camping at NMF
About NMF
Our associates
Performing at NMF


Ticket prices

We have kept prices the same as were set for 2020. We think it represents amazing value for money, especially if you snaffle our early bird offer, which is on sale now.

Whole Weekend
Full Price: Adult £25; U18 and Student £14; Family £70
Online: Adult £20; U18 and Student £10; Family £55
Early Bird: Adult £17; U18 and Student £7; Family £50 

Full Price: Adult £20; U18 and Student £10; Family £55
Online: Adult £17; U18 and Student £8; Family £45
Early Bird: Adult £15; U18 and Student £6; Family £40 

Full Price: Adult £10; U18 and Student £5; Family £25
Online: Adult £8; U18 and Student £4; Family £20
Early Bird: Adult £6; U18 and Student £3; Family £15 

Students now come within the U18 price band. Under 5s go FREE, camping is FREE and a Family ticket admits 2 adults and up to 4 U18s.


Our charity partner

YMCA East Surrey – A vibrant, local charity that helps vulnerable children, young people and adults to belong, contribute and thrive.


Exhibit your wares at NMF

If you want to come and take a pitch at NMF, just send us an email telling us about your business and we'll take it from there. Pitches start at £25.

Download the Info Pack.


If you have a business or organisation that you would like associated with NMF and the promotion of live original music and music in the community, we'd be interested to hear about it. There are various sponsorship opportunities available. the event itself attracts over 700 people and the pre-publicity runs for several months, including emails, leaflets, social media campaigns and banners, all of which will carry sponsors' logos. For more details, please drop us an email and we'll get back to you.


Hold your party at NMF

If you're planning a kids party or a significant birthday celebration this summer, why not hold it at NMF? You'll have the venue and music taken care of, easy access to food and a bar, or bring your own picnic. The atmosphere is a given.

You can take advantage of our Family tickets or if it's a large group of 10 or more, drop us an email and we'll do you a deal.


Bringing food and drink to NMF

The food and drink on sale at NMF is superb and sensibly priced, but you are welcome to bring your own. However, please note that for the future safety of rugby club users, glass bottles and cans may not be brought into the festival. Bags will be checked on the gate and any items that constitute a danger will be removed and held for you to collect when you leave.

We will be selling reusable plastic pint cups for £2 at the gate. £1 of each sale will go to charity and every time you use the cup for your beer you will get 25p off. So you only need to drink eight pints and you'll break even. Of course, we strongly recommend drinking responsibly. The other £1, by the way, just about covers the cost of the cups. 


Getting to New Music Fest

The venue, Reigate Rugby Club, is often confused with Old Reigatians Rugby Club. Please don't make that mistake or the music will seem rather quiet and you'll have a long wait for a drink. You want Reigate Rugby Club in Colley Lane. Click here for a map.

On foot: The best way to get there is on foot - a 20 minute walk from Reigate town centre and railway station. Check the map for your quickest route.

By car: Regardless of what your SatNav might tell you, avoid driving up Colley Lane from the A25. That end of the road is being resurfaced and will not be passable. Instead, approach via Somers Road/Manor Road and Coppice Lane. Parking is limited and is on a first come, first served basis. If you can walk, please do.


Camping at New Music Fest

Camping is FREE at New Music Fest. To ensure maximum enjoyment for you and other campers, please take note of the following:

  • Please drive very carefully and follow the instructions of the parking attendants.
  • Please pitch tents where requested, observe the ‘teenage’ and ‘family’ camping areas and show consideration to other campers.
  • Please keep off the newly seeded training pitch, which looks like a giant sandpit.
  • Please take note of the fire points.
  • Fires, including disposable bbqs, are not permitted anywhere in the grounds.
  • Under 18s are the sole responsibility of their parents or guardians.
  • If you need help of any kind, please go to the Help Point in the middle of the arena.


About New Music Fest

New Music Fest is our annual summer festival, an outdoor showcase of the acts that perform at our regular New Music Nights, plus a few others. Our associate partner is Dragonfly Studios, whose owner Tom Hughes provides outstanding recording facilities right here in Reigate, plus top class live sound engineering. Tom and Dragonfly are an intrinsic part of what we do at NMN. 

The festival takes place in the beautiful grounds of Reigate Rugby Club, against the picturesque backdrop of the North Downs. Now in its seventh year, New Music Fest has become a major attraction on the local music and social scene.

Check out this video.


Our associates

Dragonfly Studios, our associate partner and live sound engineer, provides outstanding recording facilities right here in Reigate, plus top class sound for live events, Dragonfly and its owner Tom Hughes are an intrinsic part of what we do.

We also receive valuable support from Reigate College Music and the Borough of Reigate and Banstead Arts Council.



If you would like to apply to play at NMF, send us an email and tell us what you do.

We don't pay performers but, unlike other festivals, we don't insist that you sell hundreds of pounds worth of tickes for us either. We do support you in every way we can, including publicity leading up to the event (see our video channel) and a professional recording (sound and video) of one of your songs, for you to use for your own promotions.

Plus, of course, the opportunity to play in front of 700+ people.