Launched in 2007, Tribfest gives families an affordable, fantastic, fun filled weekend away.
Held in the beautiful grounds of Sledmere House it’s a great time to relax with fellow festival friends, old and new, whilst listening to great music and comedy across 7 stages.
With almost 60 world-class tribute acts over the weekend we have created the ultimate fantasy festival line-up, it covers a wide range of genres and is fun for all age groups. Everyone is guaranteed to know some of the music, or better still, all of it!
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 & Karaoke Marquee, Freedom Road Under 20s Marquee and the Kidzone. We like to keep you busy!
As well as entertainment, we of course have a range of retail and catering outlets across the site so there’s plenty to please everyone.
Like any other major festival, Tribfest provides all the services you’d expect. Impeccably cleaned toilets, hot showers, electrical hook ups, first aid, top security, and incredible staff! Plus with a capacity of 5,000 Tribfest is a safe, family friendly festival!
Our festival facilities are some of the best in the country; Tribfest won the ‘Best Entertainment/Leisure Venue 2018 – 2020’ in the East Riding of Yorkshire Best Bar None Awards and are consistently recognised in local and national awards including categories such as Best Small Festival, Best Family Festival, Best Toilets and Best Grass Roots Festival.
Become a part of something great summer 2020 by buying your eTickets online today!
// VIP WEEKEND TICKETS //
VIP Weekend Tickets includes access to the VIP Big Top (late night bands, disco and bar) located in the Tribfest main arena as well as access to all standard entertainment areas.
// STANDARD WEEKEND TICKETS //
Standard Weekend Tickets include access to the Tribfest main arena but no access to the VIP Big Top.
All weekend tickets include free camping and free parking. Please carshare and use public transport where possible 🙂
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.