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Tribfest 2023

SLEDMERE HOUSE, Sledmere, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 3XG

17 - 20 Aug 2023


Family Friendly

Filled with family, friends and a lineup of dreams, guaranteed to be the best weekend of your summer!

As well as tribute bands, we’ve got loads more entertainment across the stages, which include The Unsigned Marquee, Acoustic Marquee, Laughing Bull Comedy Marquee, Silent Disco / Disco Marquee, Freedom Road Under 20s Marquee and the Kidzone. Plus we have a range of retail and catering outlets across the site so there’s plenty to please everyone. We like to keep you busy!

Our festival facilities are some of the best in the country; most recently winning ‘Contribution to the East Riding’ at the Hull Live 2021 Business Awards in addition to ‘Best Entertainment/Leisure Venue 2018 – 2020’ in the East Riding of Yorkshire Best Bar None Awards and has been a finalist for the past 2 years in Best Event at the REYTA awards.

The tickets are organised into 3 steps and you will need to purchase an adult ticket in order to access the other tickets. You cannot purchase youth, child or under 5’s without also purchasing an adult ticket. If you need to purchase any extras (early entry, power, accommodation etc.) at a later date then you can but it is much easier if you purchase all of your tickets in one order.

All weekend tickets include free camping and free parking but please continue to carshare and use public transport where possible.

Venue Details

East Yorkshire,
YO25 3XG

01377 236637



There is something about the charm of Sledmere which has captivated visitors for over 200 years. Whether you just want a relaxing day looking around the gardens enjoying lunch in the Terrace Café or want to look at fine examples of art and architecture there is something for everyone at Sledmere. Designed by Samuel Wyatt and Sir Christopher Sykes, 2nd baronet and nurtured by successive generations, this very special place brings new devotees every year. Sledmere is a Georgian House – and it is also an Edwardian House. Sir Christopher Sykes, 2nd baronet, rebuilt and redecorated the house in the 1790s, but in 1911 it was almost completely destroyed by fire. Fortunately most of the contents were rescued and they can still be seen on view today. It is worth a visit just to see the splendour of Joseph Rose’s plasterwork and the fine examples of furniture by Chippendale, Hepplewhite and Sheraton.

Opening Times

11:30am-3:30pm (May-August)
11:30am-3:30pm (May-August)
11:30am-3:30pm (May-August)
11:30am-4:00pm (May-August)