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Fully independent in a unique location with capacity thoughtfully limited to create amazing intimacy.

Due to our carefully managed capacity (and huge lineup) tickets will sell out so get yours now and join us for the biggest little party Leicestershire has ever seen!

Recent Reviews:

TMRW Magazine – “Still Indie’s best kept secret”

NME - “110 Above festival showcases some of the best up and coming talent, as well as bringing in some legendary crowd pleasers; and all this for a bargain price in comparison to the bigger festivals! Whether you’re a newbie to the festival game or a bit of a veteran it’s a great place to be.”

Born Music - “Stepping in to 110 Above wads like a step into heaven” 

Turtle Tempo – “110 Above, gave us an instant feel of excitement as soon as we walked up the hidden path, with fairy lights dancing around the letters on the entrance sign, we knew that this weekend was going to be something special.”

When the Horn Blows - “Another year, another 110 Above Festival in the beautiful Gopsall Farm in Warwickshire and once again the festival absolutely smashed it out the park.”

Turtle Tempo - "110 Above might just be the best kept secret in the world, the intimate indie festival which takes place in Gopsall Hall Farm celebrated its 10 year anniversary this year and you truly run out of superlatives to describe it, you’re spoiled with the créme de la créme when it comes to UK music artists."

An Average Morning at 110

You pitch your tent with your friends and then take in the breathtaking views across the Leicestershire countryside. Whilst gazing you notice “The Temple” ruins - a place that inspired Handel to compose “The Messiah” - and your first sign that music runs through the veins of Gopsall Hall Farm.

You wander from the campsite through ancient woodland to be greeted by sheer energy charged by powerful vocals and stunning guitar riffs. You’re at the Commune Stage.

You decide to explore further and walk past the meadow towards Lower Gopsall. Before arriving you see a giant tipi with a tribal drumming session in full flow and others sitting back and relaxing under the warm August sunshine.

Once you arrive in Lower Gopsall you first notice an imposing building known as the Old Town Hall. A structure so majestic that artists and the audience are at one. You enter, see the sun piece through its weathered panes, stand, listen, and get caught in the moment.

Next you decide to explore Lower Gopsall more and a gentle short stroll takes you to the Gopsall Inn. Upon arrival you cannot help but be engaged by a contagious acoustic performance on its stage, which sites neatly in front of an old shepherd's hut. Lost, for a moment, you turn around and order two ice cold drinks.

Your day has only just begun.