family fun day

11.00am – 6.00pm  Sunday 10th July

The annual Family Fun Day is now part of the Somerstock weekend too, taking place the following day, on Sunday 10th. Fun Day is FREE to enter, and will have lots of music, family entertainment, classic cars, bars and plenty of food.

Whether you want to relax on the grass and listen to live music from superb local bands or take part the many activities, Funday has something for everyone.

Food & drink stalls and bars | Classic Car Display | Circus Fun Run Inflatable

Bouncy Castle | Family Yoga with Rosie Glow | Marching Majorettes | Dog Agility

Hurricane Fly Past

This year’s special attration is a flypast by an RAF Hurricane.

Vintage Cars

There will also be a vintage vehicle show with prizes for the best vehicles in each class as well as the best overall vehicle. Funday attendees can vote for their favourites, so come along and help choose the winners!

Treasure Hunt

Take part in our treasure hunt to get you in the mood for the Somerstock Weekend. Simply download the entry form below and follow the instructions to find the clues and answer the questions.

Hand your answers in at Fun Day before 1.00pm to be in with a chance of winning!

Download the entry form here!

LIVE MUSIC

Somerton Concert Band
Playing all your favourite tunes and conducted by former Royal Marines Band Master Phil Lambton

Al O’Kane
Guitarist and singer/songwriter

Cover All Bases
Bringing the best of rock and pop from the past 25 years

Graffiti Falls
Talented two piece band from Somerton

Jamestown Brothers
Soul stirring, foot stomping original country, blues and folk from Somerset

Although Fun Day is FREE to enter, you will need to download a FREE ticket for everyone attending. These will need to be shown at the gate to gain entry.

The reason for this is because attendance now exceeds 499 people, the limit at which it becomes necessary to have an event licence. In order to obtain this licence we have to submit an event plan to the council giving them a maximum number of attendees which in this case was 1000. This has nothing whatsoever to do with bars and drinks licences. It is a safety issue to ensure that events have the appropriate number of stewards / officials / safety measures in place.

We have now reached our capacity, and tickets are no longer available to download.